Jamaica Attorneys

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My son got into trouble and I didn't know where to turn. My cousin recommended Bachu & Associates. Mr.... more
Jamaica  Darmin T. Bachu

Darmin Bachu

Jamaica, NY Residential
Avvo rating 7.8
Dear Bruce : It is my great pleasure to write in my second language without any fancy word but every word... more
Jamaica  Bruce Provda

Bruce Provda

Jamaica, NY Divorce & Separation
Avvo rating 10.0
I was looking for a lawyer to hire for my criminal case. When he told me he would charge me 1500, I thought I... more
Jamaica  Aaron Ward

Aaron Ward

Jamaica, NY Divorce & Separation
Avvo rating 6.6
Yanina is awesome! Incredibly knowledgeable and accommodating! Very prompt in all correspondence and kept... more
Jamaica  Yanina Tabachnikova

Yanina Tabachnikova

Jamaica, NY Criminal Defense
Avvo rating 6.8
Had him represent me for a case and he was extremely unprepared. One of his answers, and I quote, "I'm not... more
Jamaica  Aaron Ward

Aaron Ward

Jamaica, NY Divorce & Separation
Avvo rating 6.6
I was fortunate to hire the law firm of Glasser & McGuire, L.L.C. to help me in a landlord and tenants matter.... more
Jamaica  Patrick Terence McGuire

Patrick McGuire

Jamaica, NY Landlord & Tenant
Avvo rating 7.6
Dimitri Kotzamanis and his team represented me and my family in a terrible car accident case. From Day One I... more
Jamaica  Dimitri Kotzamanis

Dimitri Kotzamanis

Jamaica, NY Personal Injury
Avvo rating 8.7
had a complicated contested divorce, she fought vigorously for me and really worked at giving me a break on... more
Jamaica  Joan Constantia Forrester

Joan Forrester

Jamaica, NY Family
Avvo rating 6.7


practicing lawyers in Jamaica

Jamaica is a borough of Queens in New York City. A name comes from the Jameco tribe of Indians who lived there before a charter for the town was granted in 1650.

In the early days, settlement began around a pond full of beavers, and their pelts were the colony’s main moneymaker. The population grew as people from neighboring counties came to get what was promised to each man, a house lot, a plantation for farming, a wood lot to get firewood, and a meadow lot for hay for the barn animals.

The key to Jamaica’s rapid growth that still continues is the focus on good roads and effective transportation. Trolley cars took the place of horses and buggies and allowed workers to get to their jobs quickly.

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