Clients of Robert Unger and his firm benefit from aggressive litigation and transactional attorneys with 4 decades of experience in New York City, Long Island, and Upstate New York. Robert and his associates generally practice in the areas of personal injury, commercial, business, fraud and real estate litigation. He has achieved multiple millions of dollars in recoveries for clients in these areas and time period. The firm also takes certain contested matrimonial cases. In a City like New York, lawyers are like Starbucks; there is one on every corner.
What sets his firm apart is Robert’s and his associates’ aggressive, yet civil, demeanor with clients first, and then adversaries and judges in state and federal courts. The legal practice is like any customer service industry: do well for one and he/she will come back with other matters and refer their friends. That has been the motto of Kupillas, Unger & Benjamin, LLP and has served the firm for now approaching 40 years.
Robert believes in communication with his clients, whether there is good news, bad news or no news. Any client of the firm can expect an honest and no-nonsense appraisal of the case before, during and after the litigation. They are these traits that keep clients coming back to the firm with multiple matters, and with referrals of other clients.
Over the years, Robert Unger has represented seriously injured victims of others’ negligence, obtaining millions of dollars in compensation to clients and their families. In bringing these cases to resolution, Robert has gained great satisfaction in giving these clients life-changing results that help them and their families well into the future. Unlike many other lawyers, Robert understands how insurance companies and corporate defendants prepare personal injury and other cases. He knows what types of evidence insurance companies value, and how to prepare a case to maximize a potential recovery. There are five basic principles in the firm’s practice:
- The client’s needs will be heard before a decision is made;
- Treat the client’s case as if it is the only one;
- Work vigorously and aggressively, though civilly, against adversaries;
- Keep the client informed to the highest extent practicable; and
- Be sincere in the desire to make a difference in someone’s life.
Robert is a member of various Bar Associations in and around the City of New York, and has been asked to speak on a wide variety of issues of law and politics. He is admitted to practice law before the courts in the State of New York, as well as the Federal Courts.
In 1977, he received a Bachelor of Arts degree from John Jay College of Criminal Justice. In 1980, Robert graduated from Fordham University School of Law. He has taken his top-notch undergrad and law school credentials with him throughout his four decades of law practice.
In addition to his commitment to seeking justice for clients, Robert is deeply committed to public service and education of the community. He has spoken in numerous forums on a variety of issues ranging from law to politics, and formerly operated his own radio show.
Recently, Robert has devoted himself to outreach into the New York City and Long Island Chinese communities and their needs for real estate and lender business. Robert has sharpened his negotiating skills and his expert business connection sense over the period of forty years. He is recognized throughout Queens County and Long Island as a go-to person for making connections through a number of communities to the business players. He represents investors and developers large and small and his advice is sought by certain high-profile individuals in the New York business community.
If you feel you have a substantial case, put the power of decades of litigation experience behind you. Call Robert Unger for a free phone consultation at (212) 655-9536. His practice focuses in the New York City Counties of Brooklyn, Manhattan, Queens and Bronx as well as Long Island’s Nassau and Suffolk Counties.
J.D., Fordham University School of Law, 1980
B.A., John Jay College of Criminal Justice, 1977