An Advocate For The Injured
Narciso Garcia was born and raised in Brooklyn, New York. He is a first-generation college graduate and also the first attorney in his family. Narciso was raised in Williamsburg, Brooklyn by his Parents who emigrated from the Dominican Republic. He received his undergraduate degree in Political Science from Baruch College in 2008. In 2012, he graduated from Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Center and was recognized for his Public Service after receiving a Public Interest Fellowship in 2011. As a Public Interest fellow, Narciso interned with Brooklyn Legal Services Corporation A representing low-income families living in public, private and subsidized apartments in Brooklyn. Thereafter, he assisted in prosecuting cases as an intern in the Kings County District Attorney’s Sex Crimes Unit.
One of his greatest accomplishments while in law school was being a founding member of MetroLALSA. MetroLALSA serves as a regional organization for the Latin American Law Student Association members throughout the thirteen law schools in the New York and New Jersey metropolitan area. The purpose of MetroLALSA since day one has been “to educate our communities, to establish a professional network, and to make a meaningful and positive impact in the legal profession.” MetroLALSA continues having a strong voice in today’s legal community.
As an Associate Attorney with the firm since 2012, he has strived to provide first-class counsel to all accident victims he represents. Narciso is fluent in Spanish and English and is a former Board Member of the Dominican Bar Association. In 2015, he was selected to an Independent Manhattan Civil Court Screening Panel to screen candidates for the nomination of the Democratic Party for the 1st Judicial District Civil Court position.
Narciso is currently admitted to practice law in the State of New York and has handled a wide array of cases for the Raphaelson & Levine Law Firm including general negligence and automobile accidents. He prides himself in representing accident victims and has obtained millions of dollars for his clients. In fact, Narciso played a crucial part in litigating the case involving Felix Coss and the New York City Police Department. The City of New York and their attorneys had chosen to vigorously litigate this case even after video surveillance of the incident showed Felix Coss innocently crossing the street in a marked crosswalk with the walk signal when an on-duty police officer turned her vehicle and struck Mr. Coss. Narciso, along with partners Howard Raphaelson and Andrew Levine, fought tirelessly to bring justice to Felix’s name and his family. After three years of extensive litigation, the matter was resolved for 1.5 Million Dollars.
In his leisure time, Narciso enjoys playing basketball, traveling the world and spending time with his family and friends.