Steven Fink is an attorney who specializes in handling medical malpractice, motor vehicle,
construction, lead, asbestos, premises, product liability, pharmaceutical, toxic tort, nursing
home, sexual harassment, municipal and Fair Labor Standard Act/Employment matters. He is a
well-regarded legal professional who has experienced significant success in these areas of law.
Steven Fink was born April 22, 1960, in Buffalo, New York. He graduated from Michigan State
University with a Bachelor of Arts in 1982. He went on to graduate school and received a Juris
Doctor degree from Rutgers University School of Law in 1985. In February of 1986, he was
admitted to practice law in the state of New York and in January of 1989 to the United States
District Court of the Southern District of New York.
In 1991 he accepted a position as an associate attorney at Schneider, Kleinick & Weitz, a
prestigious plaintiff’s personal injury law firm. He remained there until 1995, when he decided
to open his own law firm.
He added to his accomplishments by being admitted to the United States District Court of the
Eastern District of New York in 1996 and the United States District Court of the Northern
District of New York in 2002.
Mr. Fink’s hard work and total dedication to his clients, together with his ability to repeatedly
accomplish superior results in complex cases, has been certified by the Million Dollar Advocates
Forum and the Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum. These forums are limited to trial lawyers
who have accomplished and demonstrated exceptional skill, experience, and excellence in
advocacy by achieving numerous outstanding results for their clients in the amount of one
million dollars or more. Mr. Fink has also been selected as a Top 100 Trial Lawyers in the State
of New York by the National Trial Lawyers, a ‘Super Lawyer,’ a Top Attorney in New York by the
New York Times, and a Top Attorney in the New York Metro area by the American Registry. Mr.
Fink also serves on the Board of Directors and the Executive Committee of the New York State
Trial Lawyers Association.
Mr. Fink has lectured on medical malpractice and personal injury matters and has handled
cases as lead or co-counsel in New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Connecticut, Massachusetts,
Maryland, Florida, California, Illinois, Michigan, and Texas. He is also a member of the American
Association for Justice, The New York State Bar Association, and The Jewish Lawyers Guild and
serves as a Board of Director of Migdal Ohr, an organization serving disadvantaged children in
Israel, and as a Board of Director of Lev Leytzan, an organization helping individuals who are in
need of significant medical care.
Although he has a busy practice and is involved in many professional and personal activities, his
first priority is spending time with his wife, Mindy and their five boys. He also enjoys playing
racquet sports and was a nationally ranked tennis and table tennis player. Mr. Fink speaks