Jeremy M. Buchalski Partner




Jeremy Buchalski focuses his legal practice on general liability, including the defense of cases involving trucking accidents and premises liability and lawsuits stemming from harm allegedly caused by lead-based paints. In addition, Jeremy has extensive experience in the defense of employers and insurance carriers in workers’ compensation cases. His clients include trucking companies and their insurers, landlords and their insurers in lead paint actions, residential buildings in premises liability actions, and employers and insurers in workers’ compensation cases.

Prior to joining the firm, Jeremy represented the Special Funds Conservation Committee, which maintains and defends the Special Disability Fund and the Fund for Reopened Cases under sections 15.8, 14(6) and 25-a of the Workers' Compensation Law. He also has experience defending employers and insurance carriers in workers’ compensation cases, and has appeared before the Workers’ Compensation Board across New York State. In law school, Jeremy worked for the Senior Advisor for Transportation and Infrastructure in the New York State Executive Chamber and for a New York City councilmember. After law school, he worked for NYC Public Advocate Bill de Blasio.

Jeremy’s broad experience gives him particular insight into every aspect of a case, which results in superior analysis and a strong legal strategy. Knowing the case better than opposing counsel not only puts him at a distinct advantage substantively but also creates a positive impression on the court.