Edward L. C. Marcowitz
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Edward L.C. Marcowitz has been with the firm since 2004 . He values the relationships with his clients and understands the decisions he helps them make can be life changing. With this knowledge he understands the most valuable services he can provide a client, in addition to his legal skills, are personal attention, honesty and the development of a trusting relationship.
Mr. Marcowitz worked extensively with the September 11th Victim Compensation Fund of 2001. He was the handling attorney for over 60 Widows of Firefighters who were murdered on 9/11/01. In addition he was a member of Trial Lawyers Care, an organization that provided pro bono service to the victims of the terrorist attacks.
He represents his clients with an unmatched tenacity. Each case is prepared thoroughly, completely without regard to expense. His firm is prepared to do whatever it takes to match any well-funded defendant. His background and work ethic bring a unique approach to the practice of law. Eddie put himself through law school while working full time pressing shirts. Never forgetting where he comes from, he works tirelessly and attempts to make sure that the financial needs of each client and their families are fully met. As far as results...He likes to say....Just ask his clients...
He also continues to enjoy providing pro bono pension consulting to New York's Bravest and other members of New York's Uniform Services where he can.
Pro bono/Community Service:
This year I was asked to be an Expert Witness in a case in Chicago Dealing with the September 11th Victims Compensation Fund. I was honored and priviledged that the Special Master of the original Fund, Kenneth Feinberg, sent a two page letter on my behalf which basically served to qualify me as an expert in the case. It will go down as one of the highlights of my legal career. After I testified the claim was settled for a dollar amount which in effect would have made it one of the highest dollar value award for a death case in the first fund. For my services instead of a fee, donations in the amont of $5,000.00 each, were made on behalf of the family for whom I testified, to both the Uniform Firefighters Widows and Children's Fund and the Uniformed Officers Bravest Fund. I was honored to have been abled to make this $10,000.00 Donation this past Christmas.
He is honored to have been selected by his peers to the New York Metro - Superlawyers List for the past 4 years.
Admitted to practice
- New York, 1992
- U.S. District Court, Southern District of New York, 2004
- U.S. District Court, Eastern District of New York, 2004
For a free consultation with Edward Marcowitz, call 212.385.8000 or contact us online.