Deborah Sachs Feit

366 Madison Ave
5th Floor
New York, NY 10017

Deborah Sachs Feit is Of Counsel in our office in New York City, and she concentrates her practice on workplace injury litigation, construction accidents, trucking and automobile accidents, premises liability and other negligence claims as well as labor law.

She is a seasoned litigator who brings a quarter of a century of experience to clients across numerous industries, including construction and development, manufacturing, transportation and insurance to name a few. She has successfully resolved numerous high-risk lawsuits and mitigated damages in cases presenting with absolute liability and significant exposure.

Earlier in her career, Deborah represented a major national construction company throughout a multi-year construction project, and advised the company on claims prevention, risk assessments and mitigation strategies that enhanced profitability.

She counsels clients through every stage of litigation, starting with internal investigations, depositions, motions, trial strategy, court proceedings and appeal. She also provides day-to-day operational support, such as conducting legal audits mandated by insurance companies and providing guidance on labor law issues.

Earlier in her career, Deborah was an Assistant District Attorney for Kings County, where she presented cases to Grand Juries, and evaluated crime scenes with law enforcement officers to gather, evaluate and preserve critical evidence in serious felony cases. She also interviewed and recorded statements of police officials, victims and witnesses involved in criminal complaints.

Deborah earned a Juris Doctorate degree from the University of Miami School of Law, where she was Editor of the Law Review and a Member of the Moot Court Board. She also completed a Bachelor of Arts degree, cum laude, from the City University of New York – Queens College.

She is an active committee member of UJA HOPE Against Domestic Violence, and helps raise funds and enhance awareness for a safe center location in Long Island to provide refuge and resources for victims of abuse and violence.

EXPERIENCE

Deborah has 25 years of experience as a personal injury litigator for high-exposure workplace injuries, construction accidents, premises liability claims, auto and transportation accidents, general negligence and matters related to labor law. She takes a strategic approach in representing clients throughout the entire judicial process, from investigation and deposition to court proceedings, mediations and appeal.

ADMITTED

  • New York
  • U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York
  • U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of New York

EDUCATION

  • J.D., University of Miami School of Law
  • B.A., cum laude, City University of New York – Queens College

PUBLICATIONS

  • “Toxic Mold Litigation: The Frenzy Continues,” New York Law Journal, Outside Counsel, Dec. 6, 2002.
  • “Cabana v. Bullock: The Proper Tribunal – The Supreme Court Visits Edmund v. Florida,” University of Miami Law Review, Vol. 40, 1986.

MEMBERSHIPS

  • New York State Bar Association

Presentations

  • “A Primer on Automobile Litigation,” Presentation at New York State Bar Association Seminar, 2002.
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Deborah Sachs Feit is Of Counsel in our office in New York City, and she concentrates her practice on workplace injury litigation, construction accidents, trucking and automobile accidents, premises liability and other negligence claims as well as labor law.

She is a seasoned litigator who brings a quarter of a century of experience to clients across numerous industries, including construction and development, manufacturing, transportation and insurance to name a few. She has successfully resolved numerous high-risk lawsuits and mitigated damages in cases presenting with absolute liability and significant exposure.

Earlier in her career, Deborah represented a major national construction company throughout a multi-year construction project, and advised the company on claims prevention, risk assessments and mitigation strategies that enhanced profitability.

She counsels clients through every stage of litigation, starting with internal investigations, depositions, motions, trial strategy, court proceedings and appeal. She also provides day-to-day operational support, such as conducting legal audits mandated by insurance companies and providing guidance on labor law issues.

Earlier in her career, Deborah was an Assistant District Attorney for Kings County, where she presented cases to Grand Juries, and evaluated crime scenes with law enforcement officers to gather, evaluate and preserve critical evidence in serious felony cases. She also interviewed and recorded statements of police officials, victims and witnesses involved in criminal complaints.

Deborah earned a Juris Doctorate degree from the University of Miami School of Law, where she was Editor of the Law Review and a Member of the Moot Court Board. She also completed a Bachelor of Arts degree, cum laude, from the City University of New York – Queens College.

She is an active committee member of UJA HOPE Against Domestic Violence, and helps raise funds and enhance awareness for a safe center location in Long Island to provide refuge and resources for victims of abuse and violence.

EXPERIENCE

Deborah has 25 years of experience as a personal injury litigator for high-exposure workplace injuries, construction accidents, premises liability claims, auto and transportation accidents, general negligence and matters related to labor law. She takes a strategic approach in representing clients throughout the entire judicial process, from investigation and deposition to court proceedings, mediations and appeal.

ADMITTED

  • New York
  • U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York
  • U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of New York

EDUCATION

  • J.D., University of Miami School of Law
  • B.A., cum laude, City University of New York – Queens College

PUBLICATIONS

  • “Toxic Mold Litigation: The Frenzy Continues,” New York Law Journal, Outside Counsel, Dec. 6, 2002.
  • “Cabana v. Bullock: The Proper Tribunal – The Supreme Court Visits Edmund v. Florida,” University of Miami Law Review, Vol. 40, 1986.

MEMBERSHIPS

  • New York State Bar Association

Presentations

  • “A Primer on Automobile Litigation,” Presentation at New York State Bar Association Seminar, 2002.
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