Neal Goldstein has been practicing law for over 19 years. He began his education at CUNY Queens College and went on to receiving his law degree from New York Law School. While in school he worked as a law clerk at various law offices gaining experience in criminal, appellate and personal injury law. After graduating from Law School, Neal worked for a well known medical malpractice firm in New York City. In 1991, he began as an associate at Edelman & Weinberg. He quickly became a partner with firm.
Neal has had extensive experience in the area of Personal Injury law. At Goldstein and Bashner he managed the firm's caseload and has been involved in the resoultion of millions of dollars for his clients. He has resolved matters involving significant injuries some of which were covered in the media. He has had extensive experience representing Long Island Railroad, Amtrak and Metro North employees in their claims against the railroad. Over the last twenty years Neal has expanded the firm's clientele so that the firm now represents injured parties all over New York and is co-counsel in numerous claims in other states.
Neal is involved in many community based organizations. For many years, Neal was the President and Chairman of the Board of the Friedberg Jewish Community Center. Additionaly Neal was involved for many years with the Manhatten Society an organization that raises money for Multiple Sclerosis. Recently, he has been involved with the Adelante a cultural and social service organization in the latino community on Long Island.
Neal is licensed to practice law in New York and New Jersey. He is a member of the New York State Academy of Trial Lawyers and The Ameican Association for Justice.
Neal lives on Long Island with his wife and two children. During his off time from work Neal spends time with his family. He enjoys traveling and is a fan of jazz and sixties rock and roll.