Attorneys with Towne, Ryan & Partners, P.C. have extensive experience in state and federal litigation arising out of:

  • Commercial;
  • Construction;
  • Corporate;
  • Equine malpractice;
  • Estate litigation;
  • Insurance defense;
  • Labor and employment;
  • Legal malpractice;
  • Medical malpractice;
  • Municipal defense;
  • Personal injuries arising from motorcycle accidents, automobile and truck accidents, premises claims, Sec. 240 Labor Law claims;
  • Real estate; and
  • Veterinary malpractice.

Firm members have received a number of jury verdicts and settlements in excess of one million dollars ($1,000,000.00) and the efforts of Firm members have resulted in the payment of nearly $22,000,000.00 arising out of a collective action initiated against the State of New York under the Older Worker Benefit Protection Act (“OWBPA”).

In the field of legal malpractice claims, the Firm has recovered claims as high as $500,000.00 for individual clients and collectively nearly $2,000,000 has been returned as compensation to Firm clients arising from the negligence of other attorneys and law firms who previously provided representation to our clients.  Prior results do not guarantee the outcome of your case.

Claudia Ryan and James Towne have tried numerous cases in both state and federal courts on many aspects of labor and employment law as well as many other areas of the law from automobile accident matters to slip and fall accidents to trespass matters involving the unlawful taking of timber, to name but a few of the varied matters we have handled.  The Firm litigates not only on behalf of plaintiffs, but as a result of our extensive practice in the labor and employment field is also regularly retained as defense counsel by various insurance carriers.

The litigation experience of our attorneys is such that we are in a position to vigorously pursue all claims filed in order to assure our clients receive the benefits to which they are rightfully entitled.

We also handle all aspects of appeals in both state and federal courts.