After graduating from Boston University and the Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Center, he knew he wanted to center his legal career on helping those who incurred harm through no fault of their own.
Mr. Kleeger focuses his legal practice on:
If in the course of your case an acceptable settlement can’t be reached, he will take your case to trial. “Preparation is something we take very seriously, and it is the key to successfully representing our clients,” he says.
In addition to serving his clients, Mr. Kleeger is actively involved with state and national legal organizations. He serves on the board of directors of the New York State Trial Lawyers Association. He is also a member of the Leaders Forum, and an Eagle PAC member of the American Association for Justice.
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New York County Bar Association
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New York City Bar Association
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New York State Bar Association
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Center for Justice Democracy
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Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum
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American Association for Justice
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