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Dobbs Ferry, New York Disability Lawyers

The village of Dobbs Ferry, New York, part of the town of Greenburgh, New York, was named after the ferry service that crossed the Hudson River during colonial times.  The land that is present-day Dobbs Ferry was once the encampment for George Washington and his troops in the summer of 1781, the last year of the Revolutionary War.  After recieving crucial information from their French allies while camped near Dobbs Ferry, Washington devised the strategy that would lead the American troops to Virginia and to victory!

The highly qualified attorneys of Markhoff & Mittman have helped thousands of injured workers' in Westchester County, New York City and Nassau County win the benefits they deserve from the New York State Workers' Compensation Board, U.S. Social Security Administration, New York City and New York State Retirement Disability Programs.  Their skill and experience in dealing with these administrations is a huge asset to any workers' compensation or social security disability case

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