Personal Injury Lawyer
Gary Zucker loves being a lawyer because he gets to help people in times of great need. He has worked as an attorney since graduating from law school in 1976. He hopes that all of his clients feel that they have an attorney who is compassionate, understanding, and committed to their case.View transcript
Since I was a small child, I've always wanted to be an attorney. I find the law not only challenging and inspirational, but I find that it's a tremendous means of helping other people. I graduated law school in 1976. I then worked in the Brooklyn District Attorney's office for three or four years before going into my own practice. I was then in a partnership for another 20 or 25 years. For a brief period of time, I was in practice with my daughter before joining with Guy Regev approximately five years ago to form this firm. I want all of my clients to feel, when they come to this office, that there is an attorney who is caring, who is compassionate, who is understanding and will work side by side with that client until the case is completed. What I enjoy most about being a lawyer is being able to help people in their greatest time of need. I find this work to be tremendously rewarding. It's not uncommon at the end of the case for clients to just give us a big hug and a huge thank you for making their lives just so much easier. And there is no greater feeling at the end of the case than to get that appreciation from a client knowing that you have really helped that person and made their lives better.