Ricardo J. Martinez is an associate at Leav & Steinberg. Ricardo brings with him close to a decade of legal experience representing people who were seriously injured because of someone else's poor choices. Today, Ricardo continues to dedicate his practice to holding people accountable for those poor choices and in helping his clients navigate the complexities of the New York tort system. He handles cases from inception to resolution involving motor vehicle collisions, slip/trip & falls, premise liability, police brutality, false imprisonment, assaults, and actions against the City of New York and surrounding counties. One of Ricardo's many passions is ensuring that his clients are compensated for their injuries and reminding them that they will always have someone to bring to a fight against the insurance companies.
During his free time, Ricardo serves as a judge and mentor for the Young Debaters Program, a program geared towards getting children involved in law school style legal debate at a young age, developing public speaking skills and confidence.
Ricardo received his B.A. in Criminal Justice with honors from the John Jay College of Criminal Justice. He received his Juris Doctorate from the City University of New York School of Law. While in law school, he was a staff editor on the New York City Law Review. He is admitted in New York State and Federal Court. He is fluent in Spanish.
- Personal Injury
- Medical Malpractice
- Products Liability
- Free Consultation
- New York
- Leav & Steinberg, LLP
- City University of New York - John Jay College of Criminal Justice
- The City University of New York School of Law
- State Bar of New York
- Ricardo J. Martinez's Website Profile
- Leav & Steinberg, LLP Website
- New York Accident Lawyer Blog
- Can a Pedestrian Be at Fault for an Accident?
16 January 2020
- Partners Daniel T. Leav and Daniela F. Henriques Achieve a Large Settlement in the amount of $2,850,000
10 January 2020
- Waivers of Liability: Three Exemptions From Validity in New York
31 December 2019
- Leav & Steinberg, LLP client recovers $1,425,000.00 for back injury on matter where defendant had argued no serious injury.
30 December 2019
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26 December 2019
- What To Do After Mesh Erosion Complications
23 December 2019
- How to Have a Successful Initial Consultation With an Attorney
18 December 2019
- How to Negotiate With an Insurance Company After a Car Accident
13 December 2019
- How Do You Prove Damages for Pain and Suffering?
12 December 2019