I am Anthony Casale. Most people call me Tony. Here at my firm, Casale Law Firm PLLC, I take pride in communicating clearly and often with my clients. I believe that providing my clients with easy access to me is a cornerstone in developing a long-term, successful attorney-client relationship. Whether you are dealing with an issue involving personal injury, divorce, family law, criminal charges or Social Security Disability appeals, I am proud to provide you with quality legal representation right here in Fulton County.

I was born in Johnstown, New York, and now live in Gloversville, New York, about two miles away from the house in which I grew up. My wife Michele Casale is a 4th grade elementary school teacher here in Gloversville and our beautiful daughter Cecelia was born last November!

I began practicing law in January 2003 and since that time I have practiced law in this area as a litigator in the private sector. In addition to owning and operating Casale Law Firm PLLC, I am presently the city attorney for the city of Gloversville, New York, having served as city attorney since January 2011. I am member of the New York State Bar Association, Fulton County Bar Association, Montgomery County Bar Association, and Fulton-Montgomery County Regional Chamber of Commerce.

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Located in downtown Gloversville, New York, my firm is open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. on weekdays. I am available on weekends and evenings by appointment only. To speak with an experienced Gloversville personal injury lawyer, call 518-638-4120 or complete an online contact form.

Casale Law Firm PLLC
29 W. Fulton Street
Gloversville, NY 12078
Phone: 518-638-4120
Fax: 518-725-3941
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Casale Law Firm PLLC is located in Gloversville, New York. I work with clients in Saratoga Springs, Johnstown, Mayfield, Northville, Schenectady and Amsterdam. I serve those living in Fulton County, Montgomery County, Saratoga County and Schenectady County and throughout Upstate New York. Prior Results Do Not Guarantee A Similar Outcome.