The village of Sleepy Hollow, New York is located about 25 miles north of New York City, an easy 40 minute train ride to Grand Central Station. Originally called North Tarrytown, the name of the town was changed in 1996 to honor of the famous classic novel by resident Washington Irving, The Legend of Sleepy Hollow. The eighteenth century author is buried in the town, along with Andrew Carnegie, Elizabeth Arden, Walter Chrysler and Brooke Astor.
The attorneys of Markhoff & Mittman are easily accessible to assist you with your social security disability or workers' compensation case: you can contact them by phone at 855-614-4351 or by filling out our simple and quick online contact form. They have already helped thousands of your neighbors in the Westchester County, Nassau County and Metropolitan area win the benefits they deserve from the New York City and New York State Retirement Disability Programs, U.S. Social Security Administration and New York State Workers' Compensation Board. Let them guide you through the disability maze!
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