Christopher Todd Carozza has been an associate attorney with Barasch McGarry since 2011. Mr. Carozza’s primary focus with the firm has been to work closely with first responders and survivors of the September 11th terrorist attacks. He did this first in the World-Trade-Center litigation, formerly pending in federal court, and now with the federally enacted James Zadroga 9/11 Health and Compensation Act of 2010. Mr. Carozza’s trend of doing social- minded work stretches back to law school where he received recognition for his work on behalf of several notable non-profit organizations, the Unemployment Action Center, and Street Law.
Prior to working at the firm, Mr. Carozza also had the distinction of interning with the Supreme Court of Richmond County under the Honorable Justice Judith McMahon.
- Toxic tort litigation
- Personal injury
- Medical malpractice
- New York, 2011
- New York Law School, J.D., 2010
- Winner- 2008 Advocate of the Year for the Unemployment Action Center
- CUNY Baruch College, B.B.A., 2007
- Peter Vallone Scholarship Recipient 2003-2007
- Member- Society for Human Resource Management
- Street Law Volunteer at New York Law School
- Tutored high school students on practical law concepts and theories pertaining to their individual rights and freedoms in their respective school settings, as granted to them by the First and Fourth Amendments of the United States Constitution.
For a free consultation with Chris Carozza, call 212.385.8000 or contact us online.