Gina M. Spadaro
My name is Gina Spadaro, and I’m the supervising attorney of the Worker’s Compensation Department at Martin, Harding, and Mazzotti.
My favorite superhero would be my mother. She doesn’t wear a cape, but I have to say that she is the most compassionate, dependable, loyal, and caring person I know.
Martin, Harding, and Mazzotti absolutely has a family environment feel and that is one the things that I absolutely love about the firm. No matter how big we are, we actually feel and care for one another. And there’s that sense of comradery amongst whether you’re an attorney, a paralegal, a legal assistant. There’s that feeling that everyone is working for the common goal of our clients and that’s actually really what drew me to come to Martin, Harding, and Mazzotti, is that sense of family because that is something that is very important to me. And I feel that at the firm, not only do we care about one another, but we actually care about the community and what we do for the community. And we like to show our commitment to the community and to our clients.
I truly believe that I’m a very detail oriented person. I think in this job, you have to be in order to make sure that all of your forms are filed on time and to make sure that everything goes along smoothly for our clients cases. And I think that when we’re dealing with the clients, they’re at the worst part of their lives and they’ve been injured, and we are the people that they go to for help. And I think just listening and really connecting with them and taking that time to hear their story and to understand where they’re coming from because I feel that when you connect with your client, there’s really a relationship you develop with them. And I think that that’s the most important because they have to trust you, and they have to feel comfortable in representing them in a place in their life when they really need help.
Gina M. Spadaro – Supervising Attorney
Admitted in New York, Massachusetts and Vermont
Gina Spadaro, a Workers’ Compensation attorney, received a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science from Siena College in 1998 and a Juris Doctor from Albany Law School of Union University in 2001. While at Albany Law School, Gina was appointed to the Order of Barristers, a national honorary organization for those demonstrating superior advocacy and legal writing skills. She also served as a coach for the National Moot Court Appellate Competition; a quarter-finalist for the National Health Law Moot Court Competition; and a semifinalist for the National Trial Team Competition.
After graduation, Gina’s love of the law and desire to help others led her to a career in the field of Workers’ Compensation Law. She began her career by litigating workers’ compensation claims, working on behalf of individuals and insurance companies. Ever the consummate people person, her desire to make a positive impact on the lives of others soon led her to Martin, Harding & Mazzotti, LLP where she uses the full scope of her legal training, and desire to see justice served, to protect the rights of injured workers.
She is a member of the New York State Bar Association, Injured Worker’s Bar Association, and the Capital District Trial Lawyer’s Association (CDTLA). These organizations provide Gina with a continuum of legal knowledge and resources which she uses in her daily practice.
“My strong family values: loyalty, honesty, sensitivity, and compassion influence the way I represent my clients. I treat all my clients like an extended family and deliver quality, respect, and dependability to those who entrust their lives to me. When I joined Martin, Harding & Mazzotti, LLP, I was delighted to find a law firm that embraced my personal values and philosophies on the treatment and representation of others.”
Born and raised in Rotterdam, Gina is married and enjoys spending her free time with her husband and family.
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“The team of Mike White, Charles Farcher & Gina were amazing. They really went above & beyond for me.”
Charleen B. of Troy, NY