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We're a different kind of law firm.
We get you to a better place in the wake of traumatic personal injury.

Meet some of the best personal injury lawyers on Long Island.

We put the ‘personal’ back into personal injury law by actually listening to you.

From the moment you choose RGLZ, you’ll have access to our storied team of attorneys, who have improved the lives of countless clients since our founding in 1968. Like a member of our own family, we are committed to getting you to a better place, where you can live your life in comfort and dignity.

Proficient. Professional. Personal. The best personal injury law firm on Long Island is ready to make justice work for you.
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What should I do if I have been injured?

Get it on paper. Write down as much as you can about the accident, your injuries, and all other losses such as wages or property losses you’ve suffered as a result of the accident. Take photographs, collect evidence and make notes of conversations. Locate witnesses who might be able to help you prove your case.

Better yet, give us a call and we’ll help guide you smoothly through the entire process. Remember, you’ll never pay a fee for handling your case until it is satisfactorily resolved. You have nothing to lose and everything to gain.

We’ve won over $500 million for our clients and counting.


  • Tune in to 103.9 LI News Radio Saturdays at noon for Redefining Personal Injury with Mike Levine! Mike will be sharing his decades of legal knowledge, and maybe a few other little tidbits (like his tastes in music). We'll be posting every episode here and hope you'll join us!

  • The RGLZ Report

    • Tales of the Trial: From Asylum to Refuge – Part 2
      In Part two of Tales of the Trial, Charles Rappaport regales us with the closing half of “From Asylum to Refuge”. Find out how the young man makes his way out of the asylum, and how Charles helps turn his life...
    • A Guide to Openings and Summations: Part Seven
      Repackage the Evidence in a Way that is Useful for the Jury More than 2000 years ago, Aristotle wrote about the importance of refreshing the memory of the audience frequently. Nowhere is that dictate more true than in...