Our partner, Mark J. Epstein, met with our friends and union members at District Council 37 to speak up for the rights of accident victims in New York City.
Pazer, Epstein, Jaffe & Fein proudly discusses worker safety and rights with our friends at LCLAA.
This weekend partner Mark Epstein was proud to be meet with our labor friends at CBTU to discuss workers rights and safety.
Attorneys Recognized as NY Super Lawyers

Pazer, Epstein, Jaffe & Fein is proud to announce that Thomson Reuters’ Super Lawyers has recognized 4 attorneys from the firm on the 2018 New York Metro Super Lawyers and Rising Stars lists. Super Lawyers is a rating service of outstanding lawyers who have attained a high-degree of peer recognition, independent research, and professional achievement. Each year, only five percent of… (keep reading)

U.S. News and World Report’s “Best Law Firms”

Pazer, Epstein, Jaffe & Fein is honored to have been ranked again as Tier 1 for 2019 U.S. News and World Report’s “Best Law Firm” in NY Metro for Personal Injury Litigation Plaintiff Firm. The “Best Law Firms” rankings are based on client feedback, information provided on the Law Firm Survey, and from “Best Lawyer”… (keep reading)

We are Union Strong

Pazer, Epstein , Jaffe & Fein, P.C. Is proud to attend and support our friends in Labor at the annual Nassau and Suffolk Building and Construction Trades outing. NY Union Strong.

Our partner Mark Epstein Advocates for LIRR Commuters

LIRR watchdog: Give riders direct updates from control center

Mark Epstein quoted in Newsday on LIRR Disruptions

Our partner Mark Epstein quoted in Newsday about the frequent Long Island Rail Road disruptions that have been plaguing commuters — including three over four days last week.

Mark Epstein quoted in Newsday

Schumer: Put Long Islander on Amtrak board

Mark Epstein quoted in Newsday

How some of MTA’s extra $40M could improve the LIRR

LIRR replacing missing cushions on some train seats

Long Island Rail Road riders can take a load off on a few extra seats — at least until a conductor asks them to move. The LIRR, responding to complaints from a commuter watchdog group, is replacing missing or damaged cushions on flip-down seats on dozens of electric train cars. In December, the LIRR Commuter… (keep reading)

Mark Epstein quoted in Newsday

LIRR: 2012 ridership grew to 81.7M