Warren J. Roth, Esq.
I have been in practice for 30 years. I am a fourth generation lawyer in my family. We have proudly served as attorneys in New York State for more than 112 years continuously.
My practice is primarily focused on protecting those people who protect us all. These people are primarily municipal workers such as police officers, firefighters, corrections officers, DPW workers, school teachers and CSEA members.
I read every review posted and try to be responsive to all of my clients. I have work very hard on each case and am typically in my office 6 days a week. I provide clients with my email address and cell phone number for emergencies on request. We have state of the art technology and can access your files remotely to always be on top of your legal matters.
I regularly deal with issues concerning disability retirement pensions, social security disability, workers compensation issues as well as personal injury litigation. I typically work six days a week and answer the calls and emails of my clients seven days a week as the need arises.
I am here to serve the needs of the sick and injured and am typically available seven days a week. I do not charge for initial consultation calls and constantly strive to improve on the quality of the services I offer. I have a very large team of attorneys and legal assistants working for me in the firm to ensure efficient service.
Brian J. Russell, Esq.
Brian Russell is a supervising attorney working in our Firm’s White Plains office. He is a
graduate of Vanderbilt University and the George Washington University Law School.
He has also studied International Human Rights Law at Oxford University. He is
currently admitted to practice law in New York and the United States District Court.
Brian’s role at SG is focused on our Worker’s Compensation, Public Sector Labor and
Municipal Employee benefits group. He has participated in thousands of hearings
before the New York Workers Compensation Board, and now exclusively focuses his
practice on municipal workplace accidents, deaths, and occupational diseases. Brian is
responsible for not only representing clients in this practice, but also serving as a liaison
and coordinator with the public sector labor unions.
Brian lives in Connecticut with his wife and two daughters