Firm Philosophy

I have been an attorney practicing personal injury law and criminal defense for almost 30 years.  I am committed to my clients and devote myself to protecting their interests from the beginning to the end of the case.  I have spent my career helping clients fight insurance companies and prosecutors,  and taking on cases that other attorneys walk away from.

I am a trial attorney – I have conducted over 90 trials and hundreds of hearings.  I have tried cases in almost every county in the Capital District and its adjoining counties, New York City, Syracuse, Utica and others.  I was trained well in the courts of New York City in the late 1980’s.  I am prepared to go the distance and commit myself to a trial defense if a satisfactory resolution cannot be obtained.  You will never be passed off to another attorney during the case – I will handle your case throughout and because of my experience I will either negotiate the best settlement available or take the case to a jury.

I am also a skilled and experienced negotiator who understands that resolutions are reached in two ways: by establishing quality working relationships with adversaries and making sure they understand that we are prepared to litigate if an agreement cannot be reached.  As a result I have negotiated thousands of cases for satisfied clients. 

Personal History

SUNY Albany B.A. 1983;  Hofstra J.D. 1986; admitted in all New York State Courts; admitted in the following Federal Courts - U.S. District Court Northern District of New York; U.S. District Court Southern District of New York;  U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit

New York City Legal Aid Society, Criminal Defense Division 1986 – 1990

Law Offices of Terrence Kindlon, 1990-1991

Law Offices of Lee Greenstein 1991 – to present

Membership – NYS Trial Lawyer’s Ass.; NYS Criminal Defender’s Ass.; Northern District of New York Defender’s Ass.

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