The town of Eastchester, New York was home to one of New York's most famous historical figures, Anne Hutchinson. Besides being the namesake for the Hutchinson River Parkway, Anne was a pioneer of religious tolerance in colonial America as well as an example of a strong, independent woman. Eastchester was also the home of the Eastchester Covenant of 1665, which established laws for the region and was one of the few documents like this in both the region and the time period. Eastchester was primarily a farming town but industry began to flourish in the region with the arrival of the railroad in the 17th century.
The workers' compensation and social security disability attorney of Markhoff & Mittman have been serving injured individuals in Eastchester and the rest of Westchester County since its establishment in 1933. Our lawyers have experience with cases regarding the U.S. Social Security Administration, New York State Workers' Compensation Board, and the New York City and New York State Retirement Disability Programs. To contact our offices, located at 14 Mamaroneck Avenue in White Plains, and get the help you need as you brave the disability jungle, call us toll-free at 855-614-4351. Or, you can fill out our simple online contact form. For directions to our offices from Eastchester, NY, click here for a Mapquest link.