Fort Salonga Office: (631) 848-1204; Of course, please feel free to e-mail us at Carol.Ryder@ymail.com with cc: to NewYorkForeclosureAttorney@gmail.com for a free consultation; weekend and evening appointments available. New Facebook site: https://www.facebook.com/PROTECTINGANIMALWELFARE Telephone is (631) 292-2323. Main office is in Northport, NY with an additional office in Central Islip, next to the courts (state and federal) just off the Southern State Parkway, Exit 43a. We are adding another office in Garden City, NY as well.
We provide zealous advocacy FOR our clients while providing excellent, caring service TO our clients. If we feel you need a "super-specialist", we have a network of top experts in various fields we can call upon for your case, and we do so regularly. We also keep in contact with various government agencies and such to aid with issues that require their help more so than the court's help (e.g. Veterans Administration). Call (631) 848-1204, all offices conveniently located off the Sunken Meadow Parkway (Sagtikos), Northern State Parkway, Southern State Parkway, and the Long Island Expressway.
Our practice areas focus on underdog law issues. Foreclosure defense is one of our prime focus areas. Specific issues and areas of practice for foreclosures include: Full-service Foreclosure Defense, including loan modifications, reductions in principle owed, interest rates and terms of repayment, representation and answers to Complaints filed by the lender, comprehensive review of your situation to see if the whole Complaint can be ordered dismissed for various issues, including lack of Standing, etc., Motions, including motions made well into the process, even on the eve of auction, when you might think it is too late, and much more.
We also handle: disability discrimination and other areas of related federal and state law concerning the Americans with Disabilities Act ("ADA"), The New York State Human Rights Law, The New York City Human Rights Law, The Rehabilitation Act, The Family and Medical Leave Act ("FMLA"), the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, The New York State and New York City Division of Human Rights, Service Animals, Service Dogs, FHA, animals in rentals, including pets and Emotional Service Animals/Therapy Animals or Therapy Dogs or PTSD dogs... normally blocked by No Pets Clauses, and more; veterans benefits and other veterans issues; litigation, including medical malpractice; personal injury; auto accidents; contract preparation; landlord/tenant; leases; real estate; small business representation, medium business representation; criminal law, including representation in the "specialty courts", including: Veterans Court, Mental Health Court and substance abuse court(s), otherwise known as Drug Court, Whistleblower Law, and more.
If this is the type of law firm you are looking for, you have come to the right place. Carol Ryder is admitted in BOTH New York State and Federal Court (EDNY), and are in the process of Admission to the Second Circuit Court of Appeals. We also will be gaining Admission in other states' courts over time. Please let us know what your needs and questions are, and we will be more than happy to schedule a complimentary consultation with you. Carol.Ryder@ymail.com is our e-mail address, or you can call us at: (631) 848-1204
Complaints are being filed against Verizon, MetLife, and one of the doctors MetLife uses to "get the workers back to work at any cost" (direct quote) with government agencies. Petitions are also being signed to follow, to let the powers that be know lots of folks (voters also) are watching to help make sure justice is done, and that these things are not swept under the rug. Please sign the petitions as they come around. Petitions work, if used properly, and I set up a special [Petitions] button explaining how to use them effectively. I will also include links to the Petitions. Below I've pasted a list of some of the government agencies and powers that be you can directly file complaints with, this one for MetLife and one of the "independent" medical doctors it uses in New York. More shall be forthcoming but regardless, this list should serve as a guide.
-New York State Attorney General Eric Schneiderman, Office of the Attorney General, The Capitol, Albany, NY 12224-0341
-Governor Andrew Cuomo, New York, NYS State Capitol Building, Albany, NY 12224; www.governor.ny.gov/contact/GovernorContactForm.php
-New York State Department of Health, Office of Professional Medical Conduct, Central Intake Unit, 150 Broadway, Suite 355, Albany, NY 12204-2719
-New York State Department of Financial Services, Department of Financial Services Consumer Assistance Unit, One Commerce Plaza, Albany, NY 12257 https://myportal.dfs.ny.gov/web/guest-applications/consumer-complaint? hn=1&forward=new
-United States Attorney General Eric Holder, U.S. Department of Justice, 950 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW Washington, DC 20530-0001 ; e-mail: email@example.com
***Please visit our new page [Petitions]-bottom. We will be giving information on how best to use petitions to achieve good.
Speaking of which, please let your representatives know about your support for the Consolidated Animal Crimes Bill, (A.775a/S.1776)New York’s animal cruelty laws have been hidden away within the state’s Agriculture and Markets statutes for decades, confusing police, prosecutors and judges, and are mostly bark with little if any bite. The Consolidated Animal Crimes Bill (A.775a/S.1776) improves enforcement by placing animal crimes under the penal code (criminal law), which is familiar, accessible, and taught to law enforcement personnel. A.775a/S.1776 redrafts anti-cruelty laws that have gone without substantial revisions since the mid-19th century!
After making your phone call (please do not skip that crucial step!), fill in and submit the form (link below) to automatically send a follow-up message to your state representative. Legislators receive a lot of email, so be sure to edit your message so it stands out. And remember-it is election season, time to get on all your lawmakers' tails, especially if he/she is running for election or re-election; regardless, lawmakers are working on getting/keeping others in their party, and smart lawmakers keep things voters/consituents say in their minds. https://secure.humanesociety.org/site/Advocacy?cmd=display&page=UserAction&id=5885
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