Sharon Scanlan



39 Broadway, Suite 1850
New York, NY 10006

Practice Areas:


  • College of New Rochelle
  • Pace University School of law

Admissions & Memberships:

  • NYS Bar Association
  • NYS Trial Lawyers Association
  • Bronx County Bar Association
  • Westchester County Bar Association
  • Westchester Women’s Bar Association

Sharon A. Scanlan was admitted to the New York and Connecticut Bars in 1988, the U.S. District Court for the Eastern and Southern Districts in 1989, and the United States Supreme Court in 1998. Sharon attended the College of New Rochelle and received a B.A. degree, cum laude, in 1983. She then went on to Pace University School of law and received her JD in 1988.

NYS Bar Association, NYS Trial Lawyers Association, Bronx County Bar Association, Westchester County Bar Association, and Westchester Women’s Bar Association.


$ 5,000,000 for a Brooklyn man who sustained a below the knee amputation when he struck the rear of a truck that had swerved into his lane

$ 2,500,000 for the Estate of a pedestrian in Westchester County who was struck and killed by an elderly driver who disregarded the pedestrian crosswalk

$ 2,500,000 for a Dutchess County  child who was temporarily paralyzed when the car he was riding in skidded off the road and struck a tree

$ 2,400,000 for a Bronx County man  who suffered a neck injury requiring surgery when his car was rear-ended by a NYC Parks and Rec truck

$2,400,000 Wrongful Death Settlement, a Brooklyn congregation of the Seventh Day Adventist Church organized a religious retreat in upstate New York.  They rented a van for the trip to and from the City.  On the way back to Brooklyn a tractor trailer crashed into the van at a controlled intersection.   One of the van passengers, a 33 year old congregant, was ejected from the van and was pronounced dead at the scene

$1,750,000 for Union worker injured on construction site. While on a road construction job site on Route 84 in Brewster, our 62-year-old client, a union ironworker, was hit by a piece of iron that came loose while it was being lifted by a crane

$ 1,600,000 for a Bronx County woman who injured her neck in a crash while a passenger a NYC yellow cab

$1,500,000 for a Suffolk County home health aide  who suffered severe hot water burns to her shoulder and arm when a boiler exploded in the basement of her patient’s home

$ 1, 500,000 for a New York County pedestrian who was stuck by a NYC Traffic officer on route to making a traffic stop

$ 1,400,000  for a Bronx County man who suffered broken leg when he was struck by a drunk driver driving a company vehicle

$ 1,500,000 for a Bronx County pedestrian who was stuck by a limousine hosting a bachelorette party

$ 1,300,000 for a Westchester County teenager who suffered an ankle fusion as a result of being hit head on by a drunk driver