Manhattan Office

Locks Law Firm

Monday through Friday
9am to 6pm
Weekend and evening appointments can be arranged. Closed on holidays.
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Manhattan Personal Injury Attorneys

Our New York office is located in Midtown Manhattan, just steps from famous Park Avenue, Fifth Avenue shopping, and the Museum of Modern Art. This facility serves as the infrastructure that enables our Manhattan personal injury attorneys and legal professionals to be aggressive and effective advocates for our clients. Our Manhattan lawyers represent clients across the country in pharmaceutical and consumer class action litigation, as well as New York and New Jersey residents in a variety of products liability, personal injury, and negligence matters.

To schedule a consultation with Locks Law Firm, contact our Manhattan personal injury attorneys.

Parking and Public Transportation

Our Manhattan personal injury office provides convenient access to all state and federal courts and is only blocks away from Grand Central Station, making it easily accessible by train (Amtrak and Metro-North), taxi, private automobile, or by subway (via the 6 Train’s stop at 51st Street and Lexington avenue, and the E and M Trains’ stops at 53rd Street and Lexington Avenue).  There are also several parking garages within blocks of the office.


Manhattan Office Team

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