One-On-One Attention For Personal Matters
Dealing with insurance companies or the federal government can be frustrating. You feel like they have all the power. You don’t know where to start or whom to trust.
I founded the Law Office of Olena Manilich to help ordinary people who are struggling with the U.S. immigration system or struggling with the hardships from a serious injury. My practice is limited to immigration law and personal injury law. You can count on me for knowledgeable advice and strong representation throughout the legal process.
Based in Manhattan, I handle personal injury cases throughout the New York City area. Because immigration is federal law, I can help people throughout the state of New York or anywhere in the country. I am an immigrant myself, and I speak fluent Russian and Ukrainian. But I welcome people from all walks of life and all nations who seek compassionate legal help and personalized attention.
- Read more about my credentials: Olena Manilich, J.D., LL.M.
I Take The Time To Hear Your Story
Everyone has a unique story that goes beyond their immediate legal issue, like my journey from a European immigrant to an American lawyer. I believe that listening to my clients is important to developing a rapport because you are trusting private details of your life with your attorney. By taking the time to understand your story and your goals, we can choose the best strategy for your situation, and I can present the most compelling case to the immigration judge, insurance company or civil jury.
I earned my law degree from the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of law here in New York. Before opening my own firm, I learned the ropes of personal injury law as an associate at the local firm of Mark Basichas & Associates, PC. I then opened my practice so I could focus on helping both immigrants and the injured. I am a member in good standing of the New York State Bar Association and the New York City Bar Association, and a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA).
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Мы говорим по-русски. Говоримо украінською.