The town of Pelham, New York is the oldest town in Westchester County, New York. It was founded by Thomas Pell who purchased the land from Cheif Wampage of the Siwanoy Native Americans in 1654. The town name became Pelham because Pell named his estate after his revered tutor, Pelham Burton. Pell assisted the English in driving out the Dutch settlers so that the area could be an English colony in the late 17th century, leading the English militia to Dutch New Amsterdam (New York's name under the Dutch) governor Peter Stuyvesant's surrender.
The social security disability and workers' compensation attorneys of Markhoff & Mittman have been helping injured individuals in Pelham, New York and in the surrounding Westchester County, Nassau County and the metropolitan areas since the firm's establishment in 1933. If you are injured and are in need of legal guidance with your case, let our attorneys help you win benefits from the New York State Workers' Compensation Board, U.S. Social Security Administration, New York City and New York State Retirement Disability Programs. To contact our offices, call us toll-dree at 855-614-4351 or fill out our online contact form.
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