Oksana Davydova graduated from St. John’s University in 2008 with a major in Legal Studies. She received her law degree from CUNY School of Law in 2014. Throughout law school, she interned at various organizations and firms specializing in various practices. She was part of a program called Volunteer Lawyer for the Day that provided Limited Scope Representation to Pro Se Litigants on Housing Issues and Consumer Debt in Civil Court with the supervision of an Attorney. The Program provided advice and assistance to clients of their rights and procedures of the court with regards to Housing Matters and consumer debt.
Oksana started practicing workers’ compensation in 2015 and has since familiarized herself with handling all aspects of a case. Oksana joined our firm as an Associate Attorney in August of 2018. She resides in Queens County with her husband and four children.
I received my law degree from CUNY School of Law in 2014 and interned at various law firms with a variety of practices. I have been focused on workers’ compensation since 2015.
Yes, I did.
I enjoy helping people who are in a difficult position, helping them understand and navigate workers’ compensation and making sure that the insurance company doesn’t take advantage of them.
I try talking to clients and helping them like I would my own family and friends.
Someone who listens and has compassion.
The firm is understanding and will work with you to fix any issues that arise.
I love to travel.
I am an active member of various Bar Associations in New York.