Matthew M. Samradli, Esq.
Personal Injury Lawyer
I graduated with honors from the State University of New York at Albany. During my time there, I focused on Political Science and History. After obtaining a Bachelor’s Degree, I attended law school and received my Juris Doctorate from Albany Law School. While in law school I concentrated on civil procedure, and litigation/trial advocacy.
- 2016 Middletown Bar Association
- New York State Bar 2016
- Albany Law School of Union University, Albany, New York
- Juris Doctorate
- Major: Civil Procedure and Litigation/Trial Advocacy
- State University of New York, Albany
- Major: Political Science
- Major: History
Growing up, I was constantly helping in my family's business. I witnessed different areas of law and observed how the law could be used in a multitude of ways. I was intrigued and realized that becoming a lawyer would allow me to be part of a historic profession that is constantly evolving, while being able to use the law to protect the rights of individuals who have suffered losses due to the actions of others.
My clients. It's rewarding when I can negotiate and achieve results for individuals who put their trust in me, to protect their interests and assert their rights in situations where they have been wronged.
Negotiating for my clients. I have had clients in frustrating situations with limited options. I have been able to put in the time and research to develop theories that allowed me to negotiate on behalf of my clients, which have led to favorable outcome.
Supreme Court Justice, Robert H. Jackson said it best: "Law, as the expression of the ultimate will and wisdom of a people, has so far proven the safest guardian of liberty yet devised." There are situations where individuals may feel that they do not have a voice. Lawyers are used to give those individuals voices, especially in situations where corporations may be trying to silence those voices. I wanted to be able to join a profession that could protect and assert the rights and liberties that individuals are entitled to.
I have been a featured speaker for numerous organizations whose goals include the development of the younger generations. I have always felt that these events and organizations are crucial due to the emphasis on education, innovation and progression within our society.
My approach is to listen. Every case, every individual and every family is unique. I listen to understand my clients, their situations, and to gather all the details of their case. Listening and gathering details allows me to fully know my clients and their cases, inside and out. Having this information allows me to be effective in negotiations and in court when advocating for my clients.