High Quality Representation Personal Attention
Since 1987 Mr. Tasolides and his staff have provided clients with the high quality of representation normally associated with a large firm with the personal attention and affordability expected from a small firm.
shortly about me
After helping countless clients facing the same critical situation you face, I know what’s on the line for you—and I know how to help. You can’t afford to leave your case in the hands of an inexperienced attorney who does not have proven results to back his or her claims
After graduation from law school, Mr. Tasolides served as an Assistant District Attorney in Brooklyn, New York. His background as a prosecutor makes him particularly effective as he defends the rights of his clients who have been accused of committing white-collar crimes engaging in health care and insurance fraud, and other complex financial crimes, as well as more traditional crimes such as Driving While Intoxicated, substance abuse offenses, and other serious felonies.
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The Law Office of John N. Tasolides represents plaintiffs and defendants in civil litigation in State and Federal Court, as well as arbitrations, and administrative proceedings. Through innovative and creative application of the law to…Read More
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