Welcome to Schalk, Ciaccio & Kahn, P.C.
Schalk, Ciaccio & Kahn, P.C. located in Mineola, New York, is a full-service litigation law firm specializing in criminal law and personal injury law. Our team of trial lawyers is all former prosecutors with decades of combined experience that zealously represent clients throughout Long Island and the Five Boroughs of New York City.
Long Island Criminal Defense Lawyers
The criminal defense lawyers at Schalk, Ciaccio & Kahn are all former prosecutors thoroughly familiar with police investigations and defending the rights of the criminally accused. Partners Joshua Kahn and Robert Schalk have spent years defending clients charged with simple traffic infractions to misdemeanors such as Driving While Intoxicated and Assault to serious violent felonies such as Robbery, Burglary, and Murder. Each has won acquittals at trial at both the misdemeanor and felony level for clients charged with DWI, Arson, and Robbery to name a few case examples. At the law offices of Schalk, Ciaccio & Kahn you will find our Long Island criminal defense lawyers focused on resolving your legal matter in an aggressive, efficient, effective manner, which takes the clients’ best interest into consideration.
Long Island Personal Injury Lawyers
If you or a loved one has been injured because of the negligence of another person, the most important decision to make is to consult with an attorney such as the Long Island personal injury lawyers at Schalk, Ciaccio & Kahn. Firm Partner Anthony Ciaccio spent years as a trial lawyer for a large insurance company where he learned the inner workings on how insurance carriers value and evaluate negligence cases and puts that knowledge to use for his clients. Mr. Ciaccio has recovered millions of dollars on behalf of clients injured by the negligence of others through trial, settlement, and arbitration. Schalk, Ciaccio and Kahn represent those people injured in New York in car accidents, slip & falls, medical malpractice, construction accidents, wrongful arrests and civil rights violations.