Neil Kalra, Esq.
REPRESENTING INJURED WORKERS INVOLVED IN CONSTRUCTION ACCIDENTS.
Neil Kalra grew up in Sunnyside, Queens, and attended William Cullen Bryant High School. He received his Juris Doctor degree from Touro Law School in Huntington, New York. He chose to open a law firm in Queens and serve the very people he grew up with. “There is no better feeling than helping someone from Astoria, Corona or Jackson Heights and knowing that I did everything in my power to help them.”
Neil Kalra has been named a New York Super Lawyer, his case results have been published in New York’s Top Verdicts and Settlements. He serves as a Board of Director with the New York State Trial Lawyers Association. He is on the Judiciary Committee of the Queens County Bar Association. He also serves as a small claims court arbitrator in Queens County.
Motor Vehicle Collisions
Touro Law School, (J.D.) Huntington, New York
Baruch College of the City University of New York, (B.B.A.) New York City
Admitted to practice in New York State
New York State, Second Department
U.S. District Court Eastern District of New York
U.S. District Court Southern District of New York
Professional Associations and Memberships:
New York State Trial Lawyers Association Board Member
Queens County Bar Association
New York State Bar Association
Arbitrator in Small Claims Court
Mr. Kalra concentrates his practice on representing and fighting for the rights of the injured. He has and continues to pursue claims against various airlines, large corporations, and individuals who are believed to be negligent in their actions and in bringing about harm to our clients. While in law school and since graduating, Mr. Kalra has worked for top plaintiffs personal injury firms in New York City. He has successfully represented thousands of personal injury cases involving airplanes, motor vehicles, and construction-related accidents. Currently, Mr. Kalra accepts only a small number of cases involving serious personal injury and personally manages and supervises the case to bring the best possible outcome.