Barrie E. Bazarsky is a senior associate at Futterman, Lanza & Pasculli, LLP focusing on personal injury. She has practiced in this area exclusively for over 30 years, allowing her to provide her clients with compassion, creativity, knowledge and experience. Barrie and the team will be at your side, fighting to help you and your family recover the money you deserve. She has the right combination of compassion for her clients along with a fierce quest to right the wrongs. She has written articles for legal publications and conducted presentations on personal injury related topics for her peers and other professionals as she is knowledgeable with both the broad strokes and the up to the minute, nuanced details that change with this area of law.
While Barrie has extensive experience helping all people, we have a particularly strong desire to help seniors who have been injured. There are many times an accident, injury and the healing involved are more serious for seniors. The results of an injury can take many forms and lead to additional complications in someone older. Many older adults are particularly susceptible to more severe outcomes including traumatic brain injury or whiplash due to cranial thinning, loss of bone density, skull changes, etc. as we age.
Barrie E. Bazarsky earned her undergraduate degree cum laude from the State University of New York at Buffalo where she received a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration and her J.D. from St. John’s University School of Law. She has been affiliated with a few notable Long Island law firms during her career practicing personal injury, including the firm of Jacoby & Meyers, where she was the managing attorney for the Long Island Personal Injury Unit (covering Queens, Nassau and Suffolk Counties) for more than 11 years.
Ms. Bazarsky is a member of the Nassau County, Suffolk County and New York State Bar Associations and has been recognized by the American Institute of Personal Injury Attorneys as one of “10 Best Attorneys - Exceptional and Outstanding Client Service” from 2017 to 2020.