Personal Injury Attorney, Joseph F. Sullivan
After graduating Cum Laude from Temple University School of Law, Joseph Sullivan started his legal career defending insurance companies and corporations. He gained valuable trial experience and saw first hand how individuals were disadvantaged in litigation. In 2001, he left his former partners and began his own personal injury law firm, focusing on representing individuals who where injured due to the negligent and intentional acts of others.
Mr. Sullivan’s experience representing insurance companies and corporations has given him a unique understanding of how the opposition thinks and enables him to maximize settlements and verdicts for the firm's injured clients. He has obtained numerous significant settlements for clients injured in automobile accidents, construction accidents, slips and falls, sexual assaults, lead paint ingestion, , medical malpractice, defective products, animal bites, and violations of the liquor law.
Criminal Defense Attorney, Steven Brill
Steven Brill graduated from Temple University School of Law in 1994. Mr. Brill defended clients accused of criminal offenses until 2001, when he joined Mr. Sullivan in practice. Steven Brill has exceptional experience as a criminal defense lawyer, handling serious felony cases, including sex offenses, robbery, gun and weapon charges, drug charges, conspiracy, kidnapping, homicide, and white collar offenses, as well as misdemeanor cases involving DWI/DUI, prostitution, domestic violence, assault, and shoplifting.
Since founding the firm, Steven Brill has continued to defend the accused in federal cases in all Federal District Courts of New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Washington D.C., and Miami. Most of these cases involved charges of international drug conspiracies, 924 cases, white collar crimes, and securities fraud. Attorney Brill has also been involved in several notable cases, including People of the State of New York v. Martha Yates, a case where a mother was charged with recklessly endangering her foster children by allowing her son to keep a tiger and an alligator in her house, and United States of America v. Julio Vasquez, a case involving an NYPD Detective who was charged with Federal drug conspiracy and corruption in the Eastern District of New York (EDNY).
115 Broadway, 17th Floor
New York, NY 10006
#73 Santa Cruz St., Suite 407
Santa Cruz Medical Building
Bayamon, Puerto Rico
- $750,000 Settlement for Medical Malpractice Victim
- $500,000 Settlement for Victim of Sexual Assault
- $375,000 Settlement for Delayed Diagnosis of Ankle Fracture
- $350,000 Settlement for Failure to Diagnosis of Skin Cancer
- Jury Awards $320,000 to Women with Fractured Ankle
- $250,000 Settlement Obtained for Victim of False Arrest
- $200,000 Settlement Obtain for Family of Man that Committed Suicide
- $180,000 Settlement for Man with Herniated Disc
- $175,000 Settlement Obtained for Child that Sustained Hernia
- $135,000 Settlement for Injury from Fall in Store
- $130,000 Settlement for Women that Tripped on Sidewalk and Fractured Wrist
- Slip on Ice Causing Knee Injury Results in $95,000 Settlement
- $90,000 Settlement for Women with Herniated Disc
- $88,000 Settlement Obtained for Man Who Injured Wrist in Car Accident
- $80,000 Settlement for Women with Carpal Tunnel Syndrome