Ulster County's Oldest Law Firm • Offices in Kingston and Marlboro
Rusk, Wadlin, Heppner & Martuscello LLP is among the most trusted names in legal representation in Ulster County and beyond. Trusted for a heritage of nearly 150 years. Trusted for our commitment to integrity. Trusted for our reputation for results.
Established in 1870, our firm is the oldest law firm in Ulster County. We are dedicated to the highest standards of ethical legal practice and have received the AV® Peer Review Rating*. We provide cost-effective solutions and proven legal advocacy for individuals and businesses in Kingston, New York, and throughout the Hudson Valley. We provide legal services in a wide range of practice areas: including personal injury, medical malpractice, civil litigation, real estate, divorce and family law, and estates and probate. Because of our broad base of experience we can assist clients with any of the following:
Securing full compensation for injuries caused by another person's negligence, including car accidents, slip and fall accidents, construction accidents, or medical malpractice
Litigating business or other disputes
Commitment to Quality - Courage and Conviction
Rusk, Wadlin, Heppner & Martuscello, LLP is dedicated to the highest standards of professional practice, personalized attention, and service to the Hudson Valley community. Our Certified Trial Lawyers have obtained substantial verdicts and settlements in personal injury litigation. We strive to be responsive and effective for every one of our clients.
For knowledgeable representation in personal injury, family law, real estate, wills and trusts, commercial litigation, or any legal issue, contact trusted lawyers with the courage and conviction to take your case. We offer a free personal injury consultation, including evenings, weekends, and hospital visits by appointment.
Martindale-Hubbell is the facilitator of a peer review rating process. Ratings reflect the confidential opinions of members of the Bar and the Judiciary. Martindale-Hubbell Ratings fall into two categories - legal ability and general ethical standards.