About Us

About us

Living with an injury or disability can pose many challenges. From day-to-day tasks to long-term employment prospects, your life may seem clouded with uncertainties. The added burden of financial constraints and legal obstacles can take a significant toll on your peace of mind.

Fortunately, you do not have to face these struggles alone. At the Law Office of Morrin & Sands PLLC, we represent clients with disabilities and injury victims from all walks of life. Through our primary areas of practice — Social Security Disability and New York Workers’ Compensation — we strive to make a positive impact on the lives of others.

Our Commitments To You

  • Consistent communication
  • Hands-on guidance
  • Small-firm service
  • Understandable explanations

Client Testimonials

Tracey G

Morrin & Sands makes you feel like family. They welcomed me with open arms from the very first day I walked into their office. They made me feel safe and secure, allowing me to sleep well at night with no worries, knowing that they were going to fight for my rights..

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Lystra B.

I would unreservedly recommend Morrin & Sands to anyone who has suffered personal injury on the job. I was treated as a priority anytime I called. I was given sound advice and they explained every step of the process. The staff was very polite and had all the information at all times.

Thirty Years Of Trusted Experience

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400 Post Avenue Suite 402
Westbury, New York 11590

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