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Long Island Office:
1205 Franklin Avenue, Suite LL20
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Law Office of Robert J. Krakow, P.C. Files Amicus Brief in Carson Case On Behalf of Amicus Curiae Autism One Important Statute of Limitations Case in the Vaccine Injury Compensation Program -
U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit - Click Here For The Brief
__________________________________ Robert J. Krakow Co-authors Landmark Law Review Article on Vaccine Injury
Robert J. Krakow Authors Foreword to New Book About Pioneers Who Fought For The Rights of Individuals With Special Needs - Read it Here
Landmark Appeals Decision Orders Compensation for Vaccine
Injured Child and Reaffirms Legal Standard Favoring Petitioners Read National Law Journal Article Here
Gardasil (HPV) Vaccine Injury Claims?
In his 35 years as a trial lawyer and advocate, Robert Krakow has vigorously promoted the interests of individuals faced with the challenges of a complex legal system. A former prosecutor and Narcotics Bureau Chief in the Manhattan District Attorney's Office, Mr. Krakow specializes in the trial of civil and criminal cases. Mr. Krakow has tried many complex civil and criminal matters in Federal and State Courts. In addition to his extensive experience in litigating serious civil and criminal matters, Mr. Krakow specializes in representing individuals with vaccine injuries, as well as advocating for family members who confront legal issues involving children with disabilities.
As a volunteer, Mr. Krakow works with many organizations that advocate for individuals with disabilities. He served for many years as Chairman of the Board of Directors of one of New York's largest voluntary agencies that provides residential, day programs and educational programs for adults and children. He has founded not-for-profit organizations that advocate for the rights of individuals with special needs and continues donate his services to these efforts.
Mr. Krakow is admitted to practice before the Bars of the State of New York (1980), the United States District Courts for the Southern and Eastern Districts of New York (1989), the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit (2010), the Supreme Court of the United States (2010), the United States Court of Federal Claims (2003) and the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit (2010).