Taran Provost, Esq.
Long Island Attorney Taran Provost is a partner at Ingber & Provost, LLP, where he helps individuals and families struggling with debt or who have suffered injury and loss in a New York car accident or other personal injury caused by another’s negligence. In more than 14 years of legal practice, Mr. Provost has filed thousands of successful New York bankruptcy cases for consumers and businesses, and has successfully settled hundreds of personal injury matters as well.
When working with clients in need of effective debt relief who are considering bankruptcy, Mr. Provost believes in providing individuals with as much information as possible to help them make informed decisions. He feels that part of his duty as counselor and advisor is to fully explain options and alternatives so that clients can decide whether bankruptcy is right for them and what they should expect throughout the entire process. Mr. Provost’s bankruptcy law practice includes helping consumers eliminate unsecured debt such as credit card debt and medical bills through Chapter 7, as well as helping homeowners avoid foreclosure with Chapter 13, even if they have already received a notice of default. He additionally provides strong and effective foreclosure defense including attacking wrongful foreclosure actions or negotiating loan modifications and other workout arrangements with banks and lenders.
For individuals who have been hurt in a New York auto accident, bus or truck accident, slip and fall, or case of medical malpractice, Mr. Provost takes an aggressive approach of building a strong case from day one and preparing to litigate the matter fully. By negotiating from a position of strength, Mr. Provost helps his clients receive a full and fair amount of compensation for their medical bills, lost wages, pain and suffering, and other legal damages under New York personal injury law. “Whether the responsible party is a negligent driver, a retail store owner or a hospital corporation, New York law provides a single system of justice for the injured party. My job is to exclusively represent the interests of the injured party and help them get the justice and compensation they need and deserve after being harmed through no fault of their own.”
Mr. Provost is a graduate of Syracuse University (Bachelor’s), New York University (Master’s) and Brooklyn Law School. He is also a published author who has had numerous articles published by Time magazine, as well as Fortune, The American Banker, and the New York Daily News. Mr. Provost is admitted to practice in all New York state and federal courts, and is a member of the National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys.