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Finkelstein and Partners – Nancy Y. Morgan, Esq.

1279 Route 300
P.O. Box 1111
Newburgh, New York 12550

Tel: (845) 563-9587


Nancy Y. Morgan is a Partner and Director of Legal Operations at Finkelstein and Partners, Jacoby and Meyers, and Fine Olin and Anderman. She joined the Finkelstein firm in early 1987. She is a Trial attorney, with about 100 Verdicts. Her goal is to help seriously injured individuals hold those that cause harm, accountable for their negligence.

Nancy’s recognitions include: the designation of Super Lawyer, National Trial Lawyers Top 100, and a top (AV) rating by Martindale. She is licensed to practice in New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Federal Courts including the United States Supreme Court. She was selected by the New York Appellate court Judges to be part of the state Character and Fitness committee and was named a Special Master by the Chief Judge to Mediate Appellate cases for the court. Nancy is currently the President of the Orange County Bar Association.

In 2008, Nancy started the Veterans’ Services Group (VSG) at Finkelstein and Partners. Nancy and her husband settled in New York when he was assigned to the Staff & Faculty at West Point. When he retired after 24 years of service, Nancy, a career Army spouse, witnessed firsthand his fight for Veterans’ disability benefits. His struggles inspired her to find a way to continue to serve others by assisting Veterans’ who were also struggling with the process of applying and being awarded the proper Veteran’s benefits they deserved. Nancy regularly volunteers to provide information and pro bono services for many events and clinics throughout the year. She has taught over 1000 attorneys how to help Veterans appeal unwarranted denial of benefits.

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