New York Personal Injury, DWI and Tax Attorneys

Michael E. Greenspan

188 East Post Road, Suite 401
White Plains, New York 10601

888-392-6439

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In 2004, Mike was recognized by the County of Rockland as well as the American Association for Justice for his distinguished service in providing free legal representation through the Trial Lawyers Care program for families of victims of the September 11th attacks.

Michael E. Greenspan Proudly Serves Clients In The Following Regions

White Plains

Main Office

188 East Post Road, Suite 401 White Plains, New York 10601

The Bronx

2622 East Tremont Avenue, Ste 880 The Bronx, New York 10461
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Practice Areas

Car Accidents, Motorcycle Accidents, Construction Accidents

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Michael E. Greenspan helps clients dealing with a wide range of legal issues. Approximately 90 percent of his practice is devoted to litigation.

Most of his practice is dedicated to personal injury representation. He assists those suffering from damage caused by car accidents and construction accidents. This includes representing those affected by the wrongful death of a family member. He also handles claims involving commercial litigation, PIP claims and international business representation. He was admitted to practice law in 1992, and has been working as a White Plains injury attorney ever since.

An Attorney Dedicated to His Community


Michael Greenspan has been deeply involved in the affairs of his community for his entire professional career. Mike has been a certified high school track and field official since 1992 and has officiated at prestigious invitational meets as well as the New York State Championships. Additionally, Mike has served as a member of the Executive Committee of the Glenn D. Loucks Games at his alma mater, White Plains High School since 1991 and as a member of the Board of Directors of the JCC-Rockland.

The youth of Rockland County have benefited from Mike's deep commitment to coaching boys and girls involved in youth sports for over a decade.

In 2004, Mike was recognized by the County of Rockland as well as the American Association for Justice for his distinguished service in providing free legal representation through the Trial Lawyers Care program for families of victims of the September 11th attacks.
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188 East Post Road Suite 401
White Plains New York 10601

2622 East Tremont Avenue Ste 880
The Bronx New York 10461
Video Blog

Interview: Hurt in a New York Pedestrian Accident?

What should you do if you're hurt in a New York pedestrian accident? What if you're visiting from out-of-state? How does the driver's type of insurance affect your claim? Michael Greenspan is a personal injury attorney based in White Plains, New York. On this interview, he explains what you shoul... […]

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Video Blog: Workers' Comp for Undocumented Construction Workers

Is it possible to obtain workers' comp for undocumented construction workers? In this video blog, attorney Michael Greenspan explains that workers' compensation benefits can help all workers injured on the job, including undocumented immigrants. Contact Michael Greenspan by calling 888-392-6439.... […]

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Interview: What To Do After a Construction Site Injury

After a construction site injury, you need to know where to turn and what steps to follow. Michael Greenspan is a construction accident attorney and personal injury lawyer in New York. As the city sees more construction taking place, it also sees an increase in construction injuries and accidents... […]

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Interview: What Should You Do After a Scaffolding Accident?

The decisions you make after a scaffolding injury can have serious repercussions on your recovery. In this video, attorney Michael Greenspan explains what an injured worker should do after a scaffolding accident. Topics covered in th... […]

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Never Flee the Scene of an Accident

Never flee the scene of the accident. There is an element of fear behind hit and runs; no one wants to get “caught.” However, trying to flee can only make things much, much worse. Such was the case in a recent accident in Hoboken, NJ, involving a 66-year-old driver, a collision into a building, and... […]

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Interview: Who Can You Trust After a Car Accident?

After you've been in a car accident, someone might get in touch with you offering to help. They might offer legal assistance, physical therapy, and a rental car while your vehicle is repaired. Here's the thing: this person is not a lawyer, and they do not have your best interest in mind. In fact, it... […]

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Do NOT Trust This Person After a Car Accident

The person you should not trust after a car accident is called a runner. It may seem like they are offering a helpful service, but the truth is, they are breaking the law. What Are “Runners”? A legal “runner” is someone who targets a particular personal injury victim in the hopes of obtaining cont... […]

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What it Takes for an Attorney to Win Your Case

Lawyers help people out during some of the most difficult moments of their lives. Michael Greenspan is an injury attorney based in White Plains, New York. In this video, he discusses a case he handled involving a drunk driver and the wrongful death of his client's mother. ... […]

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Motorcycle Helmets, Are They Really Necessary?

Every motorcyclist knows the incredible and exhilarating feeling you get from riding out on the open road on a gorgeous day. USA Today has reported that there are 8.5 million registered motorcyclists out there across America, and around 14% are women. Riding is fun, it is empowering, and it much eas... […]

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Never Flee the Scene of an Accident

Never Flee the Scene of an Accident

Never flee the scene of the accident. There is an element of fear behind hit and runs; no one wants to get “caught.” However, trying to flee can only make things much, much worse. Such was the case in a recent accident in Hoboken, NJ, involving a 66-year-old driver, a collision into a building, and then a subsequent fleeing only to accidentally hit a pedestrian on a sidewalk. What Does the Law Say About Hit-and-Run Accidents? Parties involved deserve a chance to be represented well. The fact is the Hoboken pedestrian would’ve not had been left with several fractures in that accident had the 66-year-old driver tried not to flee the scene. However, that is an isolated event. Drivers involved... […]

Do NOT Trust This Person After a Car Accident

Do NOT Trust This Person After a Car Accident

The person you should not trust after a car accident is called a runner. It may seem like they are offering a helpful service, but the truth is, they are breaking the law. What Are “Runners”? A legal “runner” is someone who targets a particular personal injury victim in the hopes of obtaining contact information, so either an attorney or a representative of an attorney can contact the potential case—essentially snatching the case from out of nowhere for representation leading to a hopeful lawsuit. They’re sometimes called “ambulance chasers” for good reason. What this means for the victim is that someone might contact them while they are still in the hospital recovering. This person wil... […]

Motorcycle Helmets, Are They Really Necessary?

Motorcycle Helmets, Are They Really Necessary?

Every motorcyclist knows the incredible and exhilarating feeling you get from riding out on the open road on a gorgeous day. USA Today has reported that there are 8.5 million registered motorcyclists out there across America, and around 14% are women. Riding is fun, it is empowering, and it much easier on the pocketbook when it comes to gas. With that said, motorcycling is also extremely dangerous, especially while riding on major highways or in inclement weather. So many dangerous accidents happen suddenly to even the best riders, and the most common serious injury for motorcyclists is the head injury. For this reason, between 1967- 1976 the federal Department of Transportation ticketed ri... […]