Wei Ling S. Chang

Office Manager

Wei Ling S. Chang is the office manager of Raskin & Kremins, LLP for the past 21 years. She works directly with the partners to ensure that the office runs efficiently and smoothly, including maintaining the firm’s financial accounts, accounts receivables, accounts payable and payroll. Ms. Chang also handles all medical and other liens on cases and participates in negotiating reductions for the clients’ benefit. She is also responsible for handling cases after resolution including preparing and exchanging all settlement documentation and disbursements of proceeds to respective clients. 

Cristina M. Pica


Cristina M. Pica has been a paralegal at Raskin & Kremins, LLP for four years, but she has worked as a paralegal handling plaintiffs' personal injury cases for 13 years. Cristina obtained a bachelor's degree in paralegal studies from St. John's University, Staten Island Campus. Cristina enjoys working closely with clients and assisting in all matters during pending litigation. 

Tracey Itri

Executive Legal Secretary/Assistant 

At Raskin & Kremins, LLP,  Tracey is the executive legal secretary/assistant to the partners of the firm and has held this position for the past 28 years. Throughout this time, Tracey has handled all aspects of client personal injury litigation files from inception through settlement, with a main focus and responsibility assisting the attorneys in trial and mediation preparation.Tracey also works closely with clients and assists them in dealing with personal matters during pending litigation. 

Kelvin Inoa

Administrative Assistant 

Kelvin Inoa is an administrative assistant at the law firm of Raskin and Kremins, LLP. Born and raised in New York City, Kelvin is fluent in Spanish and English. He attends LaGuardia community college where he is earning a degree in New Media Technology. Kelvin has extensive expertise in the legal field assisting paralegals in litigation preparation and case management. He is actively pursuing a career in multimedia and internet based technologies with the hopes of one day becoming a computer programmer.