STEVEn m. Stieglitz, esq.
It is my duty as an attorney to zealously advocate for my clients, to protect them, and to obtain the most favorable outcome possible. I strive to ensure that my client is kept informed throughout the entirety of the legal process, to have an open and direct line of communication at all times, and to make sure that they feel comfortable and well-represented. Although the law itself can seem overwhelming, it is part of my professional responsibility to make sure that my clients know that they are in the right hands.
Patrick j. welch, esq.
I have experience representing individual and corporate clients in a broad range of litigation areas, including personal injury, labor law, products liability, construction litigation, and contractual disputes. I have represented clients in New York trial courts and appellate courts, in arbitrations, and mediations. Having both prosecuted and defended civil actions, I understand the importance of working closely with my clients to develop an optimal legal strategy that best serves their goals.
CHRISTINA VITTIGLIO, esq.
Christina Vittiglio is Of Counsel at Stieglitz & Welch PLLC with a primary focus in Immigration Law. Christina graduated from Elisabeth Haub School of Law cum laude. Christina began working in Immigration Law immediately after graduating law school and has zealously advocated for hundreds of immigrants before the Immigration Courts. Christina represents clients who are being removed from the United States as well as representing clients in family based petitions, obtaining legal permanent residency through marriage to U.S. citizens or Legal Permanent Residents, Provisional Waivers, U-Visas for victims of crimes, VAWA, DACA, and Naturalization. She is dedicated to providing personal support throughout her clients’ immigration journey.
michael p. stieglitz, esq.
For over 40 years, I have handled all areas of personal injury litigation including motor vehicle accident, workplace accidents, false arrest, municipal liability and medical malpractice.