Attorney Bios

Richard Harms and Scott M. Harrigan, with a combined legal experience of over 36 years, have worked closely as Counsel to each other for close to ten years providing quality representation to their clients.  Their teamwork has culminated in the formation of Harms & Harrigan, LLP on February 1, 2016. 

The formation of Harms & Harrigan, LLP was based upon a shared vision of providing hands –on personalized representation to our clients.

The law firm’s practice areas include Long-Term Disability Claims, Appeals, Settlements and Litigation, Group Health Insurance Appeals, Personal Injury Claims and Litigation, Wills, Trusts, Probate and Estate Planning and Administration, Guardianships, Insurance Coverage Litigation, Business and Contractual Transactions, Real Estate Transactions, General Counsel Services and Traffic Violations.

Throughout their legal careers, Richard and Scott through trial verdicts, arbitrations, mediations, appeals and/or negotiated settlements in the areas of Personal Injury Litigation, Long-Term Total Disability and Life Insurance, have changed the lives of their clients by providing them and their loved ones with financial security and peace of mind.  Richard and Scott have also successfully appealed claims and court decisions, some of which are evidenced by published cases in New York State and in the Federal Courts of New York.

Please contact the firm to see how they can help change your life and lives of your family.

The attorneys and staff take pride in providing personalized attention and care to each and every client of the firm.

Harms & Harrigan, LLP


185 Froehlich Farm Blvd.
Woodbury, New York 11797
Ph: 516-921-7773
Fax: 516-364-3717
Serving: Woodbury, Syosset, Huntington, Melville, Plainview, Nassau, Suffolk, New York City, New York

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