Knowing firsthand how unexpected injuries can change the course of your life, Sameer Nath has dedicated his career to helping injured New Yorkers seek justice and the compensation they need to recoup lost wages and cover medical expenses.
Mr. Nath has handled a wide variety of personal injury cases, ranging from auto and construction accidents to injuries caused by police misconduct. His practice focuses on personal injury cases, wrongful death, and cases brought under the New York State Child Victims Act on behalf of victims of childhood sexual abuse at the hands of clergy, foster agencies, schools, summer camps and numerous other institutions.
Prior to becoming a Personal Injury Attorney, Mr. Nath served as a Police Officer in Westchester County for eight years which ended because of a line-of-duty motor vehicle accident resulting in his own injuries. During his recovery, Mr. Nath graduated summa cum laude from Monroe College with a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice and later earned his JD, cum laude from Pace University, School of Law in 2015.
Prior to joining Silver and Kelmachter, LLP, Mr. Nath served as an Assistant Corporation Counsel for the New York City Law Department defending personal injury cases on behalf of the City, where he was promoted to Unit Mentor and tasked with training new attorneys.
While Mr. Nath's Law Enforcement background gives him unique insight into investigating his clients' cases, his life experience fuels his drive to fight for people undergoing life-changing injuries.
- Personal injury
- Wrongful Death
- Construction Accidents / Labor Law
- Motor Vehicle Accidents
- Medical Malpractice
- Bronx County bar Association, Member, 2017 to Present
- New York State Trial Lawyers Association, Member, 2019 to Present
- Pace University School of Law, White Plains, New York
- J.D. - 2015
- Honors: cum laude
- Monroe College, New Rochelle, New York
- B.S. - 2012
- Honors: summa cum laude
- Major: Criminal Justice
- New York, 2016
Current Employment Positions
- Excellent Police Duty - City of Mount Vernon Police Department