Attorney Profiles

Steven I. Fried, Esq. has been practicing law in New York City and the outlying suburbs exclusively in the field of plaintiff’s personal injury and medical malpractice since 1993.

Mr. Fried has recovered millions of dollars on behalf of his clients that have been severely and permanently injured in construction, motor vehicle and slip and fall accidents. He prides himself on his constant commitment to his client’s cases and responding to their queries promptly and efficiently. His firm’s approach to litigation is simple and straight forward: Establish the liability and negligence of the defendants and maximize damages/financial recovery for his clients.

Mr. Fried has become a pillar in the ethnic communities of the New York metropolitan area. He has been a proud sponsor (six years) of the annual Ecuadorian parade in Corona/Jackson Heights, Queens held on Northern Blvd. every August. In addition, he has lectured to Ecuadorian, Mexican, Dominican and Puerto Rican laborers and their organizations on the laws and rights of injured clients pertaining to construction and car accidents. He has also been a lecturer and supporter of labor unions such as The Laborers International Union of North America, Local 79 Construction and General Laborers, Local 78 Asbestos Lead Hazardous & Waste Laborers, Latin American Workers’ Project as well as numerous minority trade associations.

Mr. Fried attended The George Washington University receiving his B.A. in 1989. He received his Juris Doctorate from Brooklyn Law School in 1992. He is a member of the New York State Bar Association, The State Bar of Florida, New York County Lawyers Association and the New York Trial Lawyers Association. He currently sits on the Auto Fairness Committee of the New York State Trial Lawyers association.

Mr. Fried lives with his wife and three children in Westchester. He is a voracious reader and student of history and historical fiction with an emphasis on American presidents as well as Civil War and US naval battles. He enjoys biking, basketball and racquetball.