Steven Mandel

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New York, New York, 10017

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  • The Mandel Law Firm
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  • 370 Lexington Ave
    New York, New York, 10017
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    Lawyer Background

  • Year Licensed
  • 1979
  • Education
  • Yeshiva University Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, New York, New York
    J.D. – 1979
    Adelphi University, Garden City, New York
    Bachelor of Arts (Magna Cum Laude) – 1976
    Honors: With Honors
  • Honors, Awards & Affiliations
  • Steven J. Mandel was selected as a “Top 100 Lawyer in the United States”, as well as a “Super Lawyer“. He received Martindale-Hubbell’s “AV Preeminent Rating”, which is the “highest rating possible for legal ability and ethical standards” as well as AVVO’s “10.0” rating for “legal experience, peer recognition and client satisfaction”. He’s honored to be chosen a Family Law Practitioner of the Year by NY Magazine, and had a “profile rating” in April 2015, of #89 out of 100,331 lawyers in New York State and #1,275 out of 1,692,000 nationwide, placing him in the top 99.94 percentile!

More About Attorney Steven Mandel

The Mandel Law Firm will fight for the maximum compensation available to recover after a life-changing accident leaves you or a loved one with serious burn injuries, a permanent brain injury or another catastrophic personal injury. For more details call our New York City wrongful death lawyers at 646-779-1441



Steven Mandel Member Articles


Top 4 Car Accident Injuries That Require Immediate Medical Care

Car accidents are among the top causes of injury in New York and throughout the US, but you might be surprised at the extent of the problem when you look at the local breakdown. According to New York State Department of Health statistics for New York County:Auto crash-related injuries rank sixth as a reason for hospitalization, with about 53 residents being admitted every month.Motor vehicle accident injuries also rank sixth as a reason individuals seek care in the emergency room, at 403 county...


Examples of Contributory Negligence in New York Pedestrian Accidents

The novel coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic is keeping most of the US at home, but the New York State Department of Health continues to encourage residents to get out for fresh air and exercise. Many pedestrians are hitting the sidewalks, parks, trails, and other outdoor spaces that remain open. Add to that the number of essential workers heading to work Manhattan, and you’ve got a large number of people still getting around on foot. That means pedestrian accidents are still a very real threat...


Motorcycles Get the Green Light During COVID-19: Safety Tips for Riders

Though much of New York City is working remotely, shopping online, and staying at home to counter COVID-19 (the novel coronavirus), there are many activities that are allowed. As the New York State Department of Health reports, some are even encouraged. Getting outdoors is a healthy way to reduce stress, so officials recommend going for a walk, biking, hiking, and other physical endeavors. Motorcycle riders also get the green light, so you can feel free to hit the open road and breathe in the...


Post-Crash Checklist After a New York Car Accident

Car accidents are a far too frequent reality throughout New York, but you may not realize the extent of the problem until you learn a few key statistics. According to the New York State Department of Health, almost 1,100 residents are killed in traffic crashes every year, at a rate of 5.6 people for every 100,000 New Yorkers. Plus, on an annual basis, 12,100 are hospitalized and another 136,913 people visit an emergency room for injury-causing auto accidents. If you were injured in such an...


New York Wintertime Driving Accidents: Your Rights as a Victim

Winter means frigid temperatures, snow, ice, and other inclement weather for residents of New York, but these conditions lead to much more than just inconvenience and delays in getting around town. The Federal Highway Administration (FHA) indicates that around 21 percent of all car accidents in the US are linked to adverse weather, leading to approximately 5,000 fatalities and 418,000 injuries to passengers. Considering the fact that the Big Apple gets some form of precipitation an average...


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