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If you or a loved one has been seriously injured, call New York personal injury and medical malpractice lawyer Mark L. Bodner at 212-486-3000 to learn about your rights and the compensation you may be entitled to. There is no charge for the consultation or the call. If you prefer, fill out the form below and send information about your situation. We will respond promptly.

Mark L. Bodner is a New York personal injury and medical malpractice attorney known for his commitment to protecting his clients and their families. Mr. Bodner represents individuals who have been injured as a result of the negligence of others and practices in Manhattan, Brooklyn, Bronx, Queens, Westchester, Nassau, Suffolk, and Staten Island.

Directions

350 Seventh Avenue Suite 604 New York, NY 10001.

The closest subway station is 34th Street – Penn Station (1·2·3·A·C·E trains).

The Broadway – Seventh Avenue Local, (1 train), connects the Bronx to Manhattan, and to the Staten Island Ferry and runs at all times.

The Seventh Avenue Local and Express (2 & 3 trains) connects the Bronx to Manhattan, Brooklyn to Manhattan and runs all the time.

The Eighth Avenue Express (A train) connects Queens to Manhattan and runs all the time.

The Eighth Avenue Local (C & E trains) connects Brooklyn to Manhattan, Manhattan to Queens and runs all the time.

The Flushing Local and Express, (7 train), connects Queens to Manhattan and stops at all times at Times Square – 42nd Street. Take the 1·2·3·A·C·E trains to 34th Street – Penn Station.

The Shuttle, the S train connects Grand Central Station to Times Square, stopping at Time Square – 42nd Street. Take the 1·2·3·A·C·E trains to 34th Street – Penn Station.

Buses

The M4, M5, M7, M20, M34, Q32 buses stop at or near 30th Street and Seventh Avenue

Metro-North Railroad

Metro-North Railroad connects the Bronx, Westchester, Putnam, Dutchess counties and Connecticut to Manhattan, stopping at 42nd Street and Park Avenue, Grand Central Station. Take the S train from Grand Central Station to Times Square, stopping at Time Square – 42nd Street. Take the 1·2·3·A·C·E trains to 34th Street – Penn Station.

Long Island Railroad

Long Island Railroad connects Queens, Nassau and Suffolk counties to Manhattan, stopping at 34th Street and Seventh Avenue, Penn Station.

New Jersey Transit

New Jersey Transit connects New Jersey to Manhattan, stopping at 34th Street and Seventh Avenue, Penn Station.