At Eisenberg & Baum, we represent individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing in a wide range of legal issues, including job discrimination, communication access, personal injury and sexual abuse/harassment, and other areas such as wills and trusts and real estate matters.

 

At Eisenberg & Baum Law Center for Deaf and Hard of Hearing, we offer a Deaf-friendly environment, with a CODA attorney fluent in sign language and a Deaf Liaison who provides excellent client service. We also happily provide qualified ASL interpreters, Certified Deaf Interpreters (CDI), and a videophone for our clients.

 

With a team of lawyers and staff who bring diverse professional backgrounds to Eisenberg & Baum, we ensure that our legal services achieve favorable results for our clients. A free initial consultation is available for all potential clients.

Communication Barriers
Employment Discrimination
Personal
Injury
Housing & Facility
Discrimination

Eisenberg & Baum Law Center

for Deaf and Hard of Hearing

24 Union Square East

4th Floor

New York, New York 10003

 

212-353-8700  (voice)

646-807-4096  (videophone)

855-626-0100  (toll-free)

212-353-1708  (fax)

 

ebnyc@eandblaw.com

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