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Kyle J. McLaughlin is a personal injury, criminal defense and traffic attorney with the law firm of Ferro, Kuba, Mangano, P.C., who handles cases in all five boroughs of New York City, as well as Suffolk and Nassau County on Long Island. He brings unrivaled passion and energy to every matter that he handles, and he prides himself on treating his clients like family. Whether it’s making himself available 24/7 or constantly keeping clients updated on the status of their cases, Kyle brings a personal touch to his work. He understands that any contact with the legal system can be confusing and frustrating, and he takes the time to provide as much information as possible and answer all of his client’s questions.


Prior to starting his legal career, Kyle graduated from the University of Maryland with a degree in Criminology & Criminal Justice. While at Maryland, Kyle was a member of the Tau Kappa Epsilon Beta Delta Chapter Fraternity, where he served on the fraternity’s judicial board, and was a member of their softball team.


Upon graduating from University of Maryland, Kyle continued his studies at Touro College, Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Center in Suffolk County. At Touro, Kyle honed his skills at legal research and writing, negotiating and trial advocacy. After his first year, Kyle was asked by his legal writing professor to be her research assistant for the remainder of his time at law school. He also applied his research and writing skillset as a staff member on Touro's Law Review. Kyle’s favorite class of his entire educationally career was his second year trial practice class, where he learned advanced trial skills from one of Long Island’s most reputable litigators. He utilized those trial skills while participating on Touro's Trial Advocacy and Practice Honors Society. He also received a CALI Award for receiving the highest grade in his Criminal Procedure class during his final semester of law school.


During his time in law school, Kyle developed a passion for advocating for victims who were seriously injured through no fault of their own. With extensive experience in the plaintiff’s personal injury field, Kyle has worked with some of the most reputable firms in New York State in his short career. He also received first-hand knowledge into the judicial decision-making process when he interned with the Honorable Vito DeStefano at Nassau County Supreme Court and The Honorable Joseph. F. Bianco at the United States Eastern District of New York (Judge Bianco has since been promoted to the United States Court of Appeals, Second Circuit). 


Kyle graduated from Touro Law School Magna Cum Laude in the Top 10 of his class. Upon graduating, Kyle joined the team at Ferro, Kuba, Mangano, P.C., with offices in Suffolk County and Manhattan. As a litigation attorney he aggressively represents injury victims, the criminally accused, and handles an assortment of traffic matters.


A deep-rooted passion for his community has flourished at FKM, where Kyle volunteers at the numerous community events FKM and Liga De Justicia host and participates in.