Espinoza & Associates, LLC
757 Third Ave., 20th floor
New York, N.Y. 10017
Toll Free: (888) 569-3233
Tel.: (212) 376-5849
Fax: (212) 376-5856
Personal Injury Law:
Our attorneys are committed to provide accident victims with the aggressive representation needed to obtain the adequate compensation our clients are entitled.
Do not settle your case with an insurance company without an attorney. Insurance companies have insurance adjusters, claim representatives, investigators and attorneys working to avoid paying you the amount you deserve. DO NOT SETTLE YOUR CASE WITHOUT CONSULTING WITH AN ATTORNEY. Your immigration legal status does not disqualify you from filing a claim for just compensation for your injuries.
If you, your friend or a family member has been injured in any of the followingn or any other type of accident, call us for a FREE CONSULTATION at (888) 569-3233 We have attorneys that speak your Spanish and Japanese.
If you have been the victim of an accident, call us immediately at:
The law sets a time limit to commence your claim, do not wait - call us immediately - to protect your interests.
You do not pay us unless we win your case!
If you have victim a victim of the following accidents, give us a call immediately!
Certain criminal convictions may have NEGATIVE consequences and may place non-citizen in Removal/Deportation Proceedings. The following is a list of the most common criminal convictions that has resulted in non-citizens (legal permanent residents and undocumented aliens) being placed in removal proceedings :
Do not allow an immigration decision or a petition denial break up your family or the family of someone you know.
Our law firm represent clients in the United States and abroad.
If you or someone you know is in a Removal/Deportation Proceedings or has a Deferred Inspection, contact our law firm immediately at:
Driving While Under the Influence of Alcohol/Drugs (DWI/DUI)
Drug Possession (including certain marijuana possession charges)
Drug Distribution, Sale, Trafficking
Theft of Services
Certain Traffic Offenses
Immigration Bond Hearings
Special Immigrant Juvenile Status
Unaccompanied Minor Children Detained at the Border
Withholding of Removal
Stays of Deportation
U Visas: Victims of Certain Crimes
VAWA: Victims of Domestic Violence
T Visas: Victims of Human Trafficking
Victims of Immgration Fraud
Family Based Petitions
Fiance Petitions (K1)
Employment Based Petitions
H1B Visas: Advanced Degrees
B1 Visa: Business Visa
B2 Visa: Visitor Visa
Adjustment of Status
Renewal/Replacement of Green Cards
If you, a friend or a family member is in Removal (Deportation) Proceedings in an Immigration Court, you need the legal representation of a Immigration Law Firm that concentrates in Removal/Deportation Defense.
Non-citizen immigrants may be deported from the US for certain criminal convictions. That is, a person with legal status such as a Legal Permanent Resident (LPR or Green Card holder), TPS, DACA and others may be placed in removal proceedings for certain criminal convictions.
Certain arrests can result in the denial, cancellation, inadmissibility and/or removal (deportation) from the United States if you are a Visa Waiver Program (ESTA) International Traveler, Tourist Visa, Business Visitor or Student Visa applicant or holder. As such, it is imperative that you contact a Immigration Law Firm that concentrates in obtaining waivers to avoid inadmissibility into the United States based on an arrest or a conviction in the United States and/or in your home country. That is, if you were arrested in your home country or in the United States (even for a minor crime), you may be denied entry into the United States by a Customs & Border Patrol Officer at the Port of Entry (such as an airport). Our attorneys have assisted several international students, tourists, business visitors, ESTA International Travelers entered the United States after an arrest and/or conviction from the United States, Japan, Mexico, Peru and many other countries.
Trip and Fall
Slip and Fall
Cracked or Uneven Sidewalk Accidents
Traumatic Brain Injury