Milan Rada, Esq.
Milan Rada started his career as a Social Studies teacher and union delegate for teachers. He then went on to law school and has become a well-known attorney, particularly in the area of law enforcement disability and governmental disability pensions. Since 1988, he has served as special disability counsel to the Nassau County Police Benevolent Association. He serves in the NYC Correction Captains' Association, NYC Deputy Wardens Association, NYS Court Clerks Association, and the Village of Kings Point PBA. He's presently responsible for the representation of the Nassau County Police Benevolent Association.
Milan is a requested lecturer by many groups and associations to discuss various areas of law. He is a frequent lecturer for the Nassau County Police Department and regularly attends all their annual conferences. He gives seminars to numerous community and advocacy groups on various legal topics and serves on the boards of several community agencies.
Milan is known for being available to his clients whenever they need him. When necessary, he travels throughout the United States to represent his clients at administrative proceedings, hearings and in Federal Courts. Milan truly enjoys meeting with his clients. On a daily basis you will find Milan counseling Police Officers and Civilians as well on the intricacies and inter-relationship of Workers' Compensation benefits, Occupational disease cases, General Municipal law 207(c) wage continuation, New York City and New York State Employees' Retirement Disability claims, Social Security Disability and Long-term Disability, and offsets between these various benefit plans as well as explaining how these benefits interact with personal injury lawsuits.