We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.
Growing up, Jonathan Ratchik knew that he wanted to make a difference. To help people get back up when life knocked them down. To be their voice when no one seemed to listen or care. In hindsight, it seems only natural that Jonathan went to law school and, after graduating, immediately became a personal injury attorney.
Throughout his legal career, Jonathan has fought for the rights of injured New Yorkers, standing up to the insurance companies and big corporations who too often put profits before people. Whether it’s the bicyclist who gets struck by a distracted driver, the pedestrian who trips due to a dangerous and defective sidewalk, or the construction worker who suffers a debilitating injury because a building owner failed to provide a safe jobsite, Jonathan works tirelessly to make sure his clients receive justice and the compensation they deserve.
Jonathan also understands that many of the wars which are won inside the courtroom only happen because of the smaller battles that take place outside it. With an unrivaled attention to detail, Jonathan takes particular pride in making sure that the firm’s legal papers, which can spell the difference between victory and defeat at trial, are second to none. He’s also amassed an impressive track record on appeal in Second Circuit and the First and Second Judicial Departments, doing whatever is necessary to give his clients their day in court when others would have thrown in the towel.
Jonathan lives in New York City with his wife, Hollie, and their two children. When he’s not fighting in the courtroom, Jonathan enjoys coaching his son’s little league team, listening to the Yankees on the radio, and being a great husband (and an even better dad). He’s also a proud supporter and volunteer for Transportation Alternatives, an advocacy group that is committed to making NYC a safer, more enjoyable place for all New Yorkers to walk, bike and live.