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Another Webinar Hosted by the Personal Injury Attorneys at Banville Law in Westchester

Westchester, NY – The Westchester Personal Injury Attorneys at Banville Law are thrilled to announce the date of their next webinar focusing on the types of cases they represent. To learn more, visit:

The legal team’s office is located at 11 W Prospect Ave #37, Mt Vernon, NY 10550, USA. Their office can be reached 24/7 via their hotline at (917) 551-6690.

“We are excited to get the opportunity to host another webinar to inform the community on the services we offer. Our attorneys have been serving the residents for many years with repeated success on many types of personal injury cases. These can include medical malpractice, automobile accidents, bike accidents, slip and fall injuries, construction site accidents, bus or train accidents, workplace injuries, spinal injuries, offshore injuries, birth injuries, workers’ comp claims, as well as survivors of sexual abuse,” stated managing personal injury lawyer Laurence P. Banville, Esq.

The personal injury attorneys proudly serve Westchester residents but expand their services to the surrounding areas, including Mount Vernon, North Riverdale, West Mount Vernon, North Side, South Side, Fleetwood, Parkside, Pelham, Tuckahoe, Eastchester, Woodlawn Heights, Wakefield, Dunwoodie, Bronxville, New Rochelle, Oakwood Heights, Cedar Knolls, Yonkers, Nodine Hill, and Sunset Hill.

The Westchester personal injury attorneys hope you will join them on their next webinar to be held on October 17, 2021, @ 5:30 p.m., available through Google Hangout. Email to reserve a place.

Continue reading more of the press releases from the personal injury attorneys at Banville Law here.


For more information about Banville Law – Mt Vernon, contact the company here:

Banville Law – Mt Vernon
Laurence P. Banville, Esq.
(914) 825-4117
11 W Prospect Ave #37,
Mt Vernon, NY 10550, USA

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