BLACK MARJIEH LEFF & SANFORD LLP
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Inspiring Excellence and Innovation

Black Marjieh Leff & Sanford LLP

We are a team of seasoned attorneys who act as tireless advocates for our clients. Our decades of combined experience and knowledge inform strategies that drive successful outcomes. With a results-focused, cost-conscious approach, we are dedicated to creating meaningful and long-term client partnerships.

At Black Marjieh Leff & Sanford LLP, our guiding principle is to foster an inclusive, rewarding and collaborative work environment that inspires excellence, passion and innovation. Our most essential assets are the people who drive us forward as a firm and on behalf of our clients.

Our attorneys possess both depth and breadth of experience, with a track record of success across a wide array of disciplines, and form the basis of our firm’s collective wisdom and synergy.

 
 

Contact Us

☎ CONTACT

info@bmlslegal.com
(914) 704-4400

➤ LOCATION

100 Clearbrook Road, Suite 345
Elmsford, NY 10523

 

Areas of Practice


Appellate
 


Commercial Litigation


Estate Planning


Immigration


Medical Malpractice


Professional Liability

 

Automobile, Trucking and
Transportation


Construction Law


Excess Insurance Coverage/
Monitoring


Insurance Coverage and Counseling


Premises Liability


Real Estate. Commercial and Residential


Civil Rights


Environmental Law
 


General Liability
 


Labor and Employment


Product Liability


Toxic Torts


Get in touch.

Please feel free to contact us using the below form, or if you prefer, by email or phone. We look forward to discovering together how we can best meet your needs.

If you are interested in working at BMLS, please email us your resume. We’re always interested in hearing from individuals with the talent and background to help propel us forward as a team.

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