Feeney and Centi is a two member law firm in Albany, New York. Partners Dennis A. Feeney and Daniel J. Centi handle a variety of civil matters with an emphasis on corporate, estate and personal injury litigation. We take pride in providing highly responsive and personal service to our clients. In order to maintain that level of service, we are careful when deciding what cases we accept. Once we determine a case has merit, and accept the case, we press it as vigorously and quickly as possible. Our goal for every client is a favorable result which is swiftly obtained.
Representative litigation handled by our firm include: Krofft v. Skory, in which we obtained a $1,500,000 recovery for obstetrical malpractice; Baker v. St. Francis Hospital, in which we obtained a $4,740,000 recovery for emergency room malpractice; Andrikopoulos v. Gach, in which we obtained a $1,000,000 recovery for disparaging comments made on the air by radio shock jocks; Smeagle v. Town of Rensselaerville, in which we successfully defended the town’s title to a public highway; Voorheesville Rod & Gun Club, Inc. v. E. W. Tompkins, Co., in which contractual and subdivision issues were resolved favorably for our client, reversing lower courts; Witzel v. Town of Berne, in which we brought a successful Article 78 reversing the zoning board’s denial of a variance; Carlino v. County of Albany, in which we obtained a declaration that the prior written notice statute of the County of Albany was unconstitutional; Vinci v. City of Troy, in which we brought two Article 78 proceedings, obtaining reversal of Troy’s determination that our client had lost his non-conforming use status and that he was subject to a more restrictive SEQR classification; Shell Oil Company v. New York State Tax Commission, in which we obtained a declaration that a gross receipts tax was unconstitutional.