Frank P. Izzo - Associate

Western New England University School of Law, J.D.

Mount Saint Mary College, B.A.,
magna cum laude

Practice Areas

Real Estate
Creditors' Rights


New York

U.S. District Court
Southern District of New York
Eastern District of New York
Northern District of New York

Frank P. Izzo
2649 South Road, Poughkeepsie, NY 12601
PH: 845-473-8100 | FX: 845-473-8777 |
v-Card | Bio as PDF

Frank practices in the areas of commercial litigation; condominium law; health care; bankruptcy; corporatelabor and employment law; construction law and insurance litigation involving fraud, coverage issues, breach of contract, subrogation and negligence.   

Frank also serves as special litigation counsel for towns and villages, prosecuting vehicle and traffic violations as well as dangerous dog hearings pursuant to § 123 of the Agricultural and Markets Law.  Frank has prosecuted zoning and building code violations on behalf of municipalities.

Prior to joining ICRH, Frank represented plaintiffs in personal injury actions and handled public transportation defense matters in the City of New York. During law school, Frank clerked for the City of Springfield, Massachusetts, where he assisted in the defense of the city’s police department, board of education and public works department.


Planning Important for Community Associations In Natural Disasters

What Should My HOA Board Be Doing About Zika?



American Bar Association
American Health Lawyers Association
New York State Bar Association
Association of the Bar of the City of New York
Defense Research Institute (Young Lawyers Committee and Committee on Professionalism and Ethics)

In The Community

Frank is an active participant in Empower Youth, a charitable organization designed to provide extracurricular activities to children of low-income families in the Hudson Valley and Tri-State region.

Frank teaches martial arts for Kidsafe Youth Programs, a community organization offering martial arts instruction to area youth, including economically disadvantaged children who quality for financial assistance through the organization’s scholarship program.

Member, Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks (BPOE), Town of Poughkeepsie