White Plains Personal Injury Attorneys Host An Insightful Webinar

August 16, 2021 at 16:23

White Plains, NY - The White Plains personal injury attorneys at Justice Guardians present a public webinar to help community members determine their legal options after an accident in Chester County. To find out more, visit: https://banvillelaw.com/personal-injury/white-plains/

The experienced legal team in White Plains serves all victims in White Plains, West Harrison, Highlands, Hartsdale, Fairview, North White Plains, Valhalla, Irvington, Worthington, Elmsford, Woodlands, Greenville, Ardsley, Rye, Rye Brook, Harrison, Purchase, Port Chester, Mamaroneck, and Tarrytown.

Banville Law White Plains Office

“Our dedicated lawyers at Banville Law have always put the community first. Every year thousands of Americans are hurt and don’t pursue legal justice because they don’t believe it is feasible. Our goal is to utilize our years of experience and spread awareness in our community," stated managing attorney Laurence Banville.

The legal team in White Plains, PA, hopes interested members of the public will join them for an educational webinar on September 27, @ 5:30 PM, available through Google Hangout.

"For anyone who suffers an injury and would like to speak to a White Plains, NY, personal injury lawyer, call our local office at (267) 293-5585. Alternatively, if someone would like to meet with an attorney in person, they can schedule an appointment with a legal representative at 44 S Broadway #100, White Plains, NY 10601, USA," stated Mr. Banville.

The Banville Law representatives are looking forward to meeting local White Plains residents and answering their legal questions. To learn more about the personal injury attorneys in White Plains, NY, visit their website.

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For more information about Banville Law - White Plains, contact the company here:

Banville Law - White Plains
Laurence P. Banville, Esq.
(917) 551-6690
info@banvillelaw.com
44 S Broadway #100
White Plains, NY 10601

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