Bronx Personal Injury Attorneys Hosts Informational Webinar

Bronx, NY - The Bronx Personal Injury Lawyers from Banville Law announce the date and time of their next webinar about the action steps needed following an accident in New York. For more information, visit: https://banvillelaw.com/personal-injury/bronx/

The Banville Law office is located at 760 Pelham Pkwy S, The Bronx, NY 10462. The legal team can be reached at (718) 568-5033.

Banville Law Bronx Law Office

"Banville Law's experienced team of personal injury attorneys specializes in helping our clients get the financial compensation they deserve after injuries caused by negligence. Our legal team believes that you shouldn't have to worry about covering your medical expenses or paying your bills while out of work with a serious injury,” stated managing personal injury attorney Laurence P. Banville, Esq.

The Bronx personal injury attorneys always offer clients free, confidential consultations at this law office and are well versed in legal vernacular. They are prepared to handle all types of personal injury cases, including auto injury, workers’ compensation, construction accident, medical malpractice, dog bite injury, slip and fall, crime victims, and child sexual abuse.

The local law office primarily serves personal injury victims in the Bronx, Parkchester, Throggs Neck, Soundview, Pelham Gardens, Hunts Point, Van Nest, Morris Park, Little Yemen, Indian Village, Allerton, Split Rock, and Pelham Parkway.

The Bronx Personal Injury lawyers at Banville Law are excited to share an informative and interactive webinar focusing on action steps following an accident on July 9th, 2021, @ 6:00 PM via Google Hangout.

For those excited to find out more, be sure to check out previous statements from the personal injury law office in the Bronx.

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For more information about Banville Law - The Bronx, contact the company here:

Banville Law - The Bronx
Laurence P. Banville, Esq.
(718) 568-5033
info@banvillelaw.com
760 Pelham Pkwy S #8
The Bronx, NY 10462

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