Andrew Pillersdorf

The Pillersdorf Law Firm
225 Broadway Ste 1000
New York, NY 10007
(212) 406-4848
www.pillersdorflawfirm.net/


Andrew Pillersdorf has dedicated his career to helping injured parties obtain fair and just compensation; spending his twenty years in practice specializing in personal injury and appellate litigation. He has taken numerous jury verdicts in venues all over ?New York State, and has successfully argued appeals in the First and Second Departments, as well as the New York State Court of Appeals, the state’s highest court.

Andrew’s skilled and zealous advocacy on behalf of his clients has resulted in verdicts and settlements which have made him a member of the prestigious Million Dollar Advocates Forum, have landed him on the Top Verdicts in New York List, and his outstanding reputation has earned him a place on the National Trial Lawyers Top 100 list.

Andrew has represented plaintiffs who have been seriously injured or killed in construction or work site accidents, injured due to defective products, involved in automobile crashes, hurt in trip and fall incidents, and victims of police misconduct.

He has lectured and moderated programs for local and national trial lawyer organizations including the New York State Bar Association, the New York State Trial Lawyers Association, the Southern Trial Lawyers Association, and the Melvin Belli Society. Andrew is admitted to practice in New York State Courts as well as the United States District Courts for the Southern and Eastern Districts.

Andrew earned his BA from Washington University in St. Louis where he studied Political Science and Philosophy, his JD from Georgetown University Law Center; and an LLM from New York University Law School. Andrew is proud to carry on the family tradition of aggressively fighting for the rights of the injured, never shying away from even the most difficult cases or backing down from even the largest corporate defendant. He is always willing to go the extra mile to ensure his clients receive the maximum recoveries possible.