A lawyer for nearly four decades, Devon Reiff has headed Devon Reiff P.C. since 2007. From the firm’s office in New York City, he focuses his practice on personal injury and wrongful death litigation, representing clients who have been harmed by another party’s negligence or recklessness in cases involving construction site accidents, motor vehicle crashes, defects in premises causing trip, slip and falls, animal bites, medical malpractice and negligent health care in nursing homes, and defective dangerous products. Mr. Reiff also handles cases involving suing a government agency of the City or State of New York because of the negligence of one or more of its employees in the operation of City State vehicles, machinery, poor maintence of roadways, sidewalks, bridges and properties. Also, cases involving excessive use of force or brutality by the police, He represents union members and non union construction trade workers, sanitation workers, and other workers who are injured on the job and entilted to worker’s compensation.

Verdicts & Settlements

$4.3 Million Verdict

Construction Accident

Lacerated Cornea

$3.6 Million Settlement

Automobile Accident

Hit and Run

$3.5 Million Settlement

Shooting Victim

NYC Taxi Driver

$1.82 Million Verdict

Excessive Use of Force

by Police Officer

Martindale Hubbell Award

Mr. Reiff has attained Martindale-Hubbell's highest rating for legal ability and ethical standards. Martindale-Hubbell® (Martindale) Peer Review Ratings reflect a combination of a lawyer's Legal Ability rating and General Ethical Standards rating as provided by their peers.

Devon Reiff is part of SuperLawyers 2017, the 12th consecutive year he was bestowed this prestigious ranking. Super Lawyers is a listing of outstanding lawyers from more than 70 practice areas who have attained a high degree of peer recognition and professional achievement. Attorneys are selected through a rigorous system of balloting, peer evaluation and internal research. The distinction of being named a New York Super Lawyer is reserved for the top five percent of New York lawyers.