Linda Armatti



Practice Areas:


  • John Jay College of Criminal Justice, B.S. Magna Cum Laude
  • Southwestern University School of Law

Admissions & Memberships:

  • New York Bar Association
  • New York State Trial Lawyers Association
  • New York
  • United States District Court : Southern District
  • United States District Court: Eastern District

Ms. Armatti has been with Jacoby & Meyers, LLP for over 20 years.  She has obtained million dollar settlements and verdicts for numerous clients.  Most recently, she successfully obtained a $1 Million Dollar verdict for our client who was injured in an ambulette crash. The driver of the ambulette did not have the proper class of license to drive an ambulette in NYC and was not provided proper training. Ms.Armatti was also instrumental in settling a case against the City of New York for $4.5 Million Dollars when members of the New York City Police Department made an illegal turn causing the occupant of the Police vehicle to undergo several surgeries; she received a $1 Million Dollar verdict on behalf of a motorcyclist against a Tractor Trailer Company that blocked the motorcyclist’s view of an intersection; and she recently received a $500,000 verdict for a pedestrian struck by an automobile and was caused to undergo two arthroscopic surgeries to her shoulder.

Ms. Armatti also volunteers her time to New York Cares, an organization addressing pressing community needs.

Ms. Armatti is on the New York State Trial Lawyers Association (NYSTLA) board of directors and also serves as a small claims court arbitrator.

General Contractor Pays $3,200,000 for setting a trap
Constructions sites are dangerous environments filled with chaos. Whenever a contractor invites someone into a construction site extra precaution is needed to protect the visitor. Our client, a utility meter reader was brought into an ongoing construction site in Brooklyn to read the electric meter, the contractor took him over a thin piece of wood covering a hole. Read more.

Contractor and Owner Fail To Provide Safety Device – Worker Ceiling Collapses and Worker Settles for $2,000,000. A roofer is entitled to fall protection devices when they work on a construction site. When our client showed up at the sub-division being built on Staten Island, the general contractor did not provide any safety devices. Read more.

New York City Fails To Maintain Bike Lane – $425,000 Settlement. While riding on Shore Road and 79th Street in Brooklyn, our client was busy paying attention to the traffic and pedestrians.  As he approached the intersection there was a deep depression in the dedicated bike lane that caused the front wheel to abruptly stop and throw our client off his bike. Read more.

Faulty Carpenter Held Accountable – Settles for $200,000. A carpenter must take care to affix a front porch overhang into the support beams and not just the siding.