Justin T. Green

One of the partners at our firm is attorney Justin T. Green. Having graduated from Union College in Schenectady, New York, Justin went on to earn his law degree from Fordham Law School in New York City. He joined Kreindler & Kreindler LLP in 1997.

Experienced Representation

Justin's extensive knowledge of the law has been put to use in the hundreds of cases in which he has been involved, including many major airline disasters, private plane crashes and helicopter accidents.

As a highly regarded lawyer and member of the legal community, he often speaks on aviation law and aviation safety. Numerous media outlets seek out Justin's opinion and comment on aviation safety and passenger rights.

Insight Into Complex Cases

Justin is uniquely qualified to discuss airplane and aviation matters. He holds airplane and helicopter commercial licenses, as well as being instrument-rated, which is an enhanced qualification for any pilot. Justin learned to fly in the United States Marine Corps and served as his squadron's aviation safety officer after graduating from the Naval Postgraduate School's aviation safety program.

His most recent cases include:

• In re Terrorist Attacks on September 11, 2001
• Continental Connection Flight 3407 Disaster Near Buffalo, New York
• Turkish Airlines Flight 1951 Disaster Near Amsterdam, Netherlands
• Hudson River Midair Collision Near Hoboken, New Jersey
• Asiana Flight 214 Crash at San Francisco International Airport

Invested In The Community

Justin and his wife live in Sleepy Hollow, New York, with their three sons. He is involved in a number of organizations that support his family's local community. Justin is the Vice-Chair of Kid's Club of Tarrytown & Sleepy Hollow (www.kidsclubtarrytown.org), which supports children in need. He supports the Semper Fi Fund ( www.semperfifund.org), which provides financial support for injured members of our military and their families. Justin is also involved in the Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation ( www.mcfs.org), which provides scholarships to military children.