Garden City, Nassau County Lawyer
Hugh J. Larkin was admitted to the New York State Bar in 1996, after graduating from St. John’s University School of Law in May 1995. His practice experience includes a position as an associate attorney in a general practice firm handling personal injury, medical malpractice, matrimonial, commercial, and criminal matters.
In 1998, Mr. Larkin moved to a defense firm in Merrick, Long Island. Hugh’s practice there focused primarily on tort litigation and representation of major or public authorities and municipalities on Long Island, together with individual representation of persons covered by major national and regional insurance carriers. Hugh’s experience includes all phases of trial and appellate practice in the greater New York City and Long Island area.
During his secondary education and law school education, Mr. Larkin held positions with the Bronx County District Attorney as well as with the Honorable David Bruce Vaughn in Kings County Supreme Court, Criminal Division. He was also employed by the New York Stock Exchange Enforcement Division and participated in the investigation of Joseph Jett and Kidder Peabody. In the summer of 2005, Mr. Larkin accepted a position at Montfort, Healy, McGuire & Salley, focusing on tort litigation and trial practice in the defense of negligence claims, including personal injury due to motor vehicle and property claims
New York State Bar, 1996; United States District Court, Eastern District 1997.
Fordham University (B.A. Philosophy 1984) St. John’s University School of Law (J.D. 1995)
Associations and Memberships
- Suffolk County Bar Association
Mr. Larkin is an avid downhill skier. His other outside interests include racing sailboats on the south shore of Long Island from the spring through late autumn with the South Bay Cruising Club.