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Accident & Injury, Criminal, Civil & Human Rights, Traffic,

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Richard Young

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Criminal, Accident & Injury, Personal Injury, Traffic
personal injury, criminal and traffic specialists

Before becoming a criminal attorney, Richard Young worked for many years in law enforcement as a NYPD sergeant. Because of this prior experience, he ... (more)

"Good law office got me out of hot water reasonable prices and tell you exactly what it is no bs."

  1 year ago     Jose Contreras


"We hired Mr. Young for criminal charges on my husband. Mr. Young is very good at what he does. From the beginning he gave us an outline of what he was going to do on my husband's case. Let me tell you that the outcome was very good. We are so happy that we met Mr. Young and his team. His staff is professional and courteous. We would definitely use Mr. Young again for any of our legal needs."

  3 years ago     Bp P


"I have used the law firm of Young & Young many times. They are honest in the result you can expect and produce that result time and time again. We have both personally and in our business used this firm to handle our traffic matters on many occasions and we believe that the results are outstanding. The outcome of our traffic matters is no points on drivers licenses and avoidance of greatly increased insurance premiums."

  3 years ago     Janice Bridger


"Mr. Young was an amazing lawyer from the day he took my case to the day it was over he always kept me informed of what was going on. He talked to me like a person not just someone that he didn't care about. His firm is amazing and I would recommend him to anyone that needed a lawyer. He helped me so much. He knows exactly what needed to be done and made sure I was told everything from day one. He is very knowledgeable."

  3 years ago     mike laster


"I am a self-employed business owner who has to handle many issues with regard to running a business. One of which are legal issues which pop up from time to time. After years of working with multiple lawyers and not being too satisfied with their overbearing demeanor and poor results I decided to retain a small firm Young & Young located in Central Islip, NY. Although sometimes I felt intimidated by some of my lawyers in the past this was definitely not the case with Young & Young. I was taken in with open arms. During my consultation I was presented with my options and everything was explained to me in great detail. Richard helped me find the best solution to my legal issues and every step of the way his team made it a point to provide me with details on how my cases were going. The ease of communication, availability of their time, their dedication to work hard for their clients is stellar. My results have been nothing but Positive +++. Don't pass this team by, these are good people who are fair, do great work and most of all they care. That's a winning combination in my book."

  3 years ago     Marcus Lazurus


Young & Young, Attorneys at Law
863 Islip Ave
Central Islip, NY 11722
40.761727,-73.209574

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863 Islip Ave
Central Islip, NY 11722

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