Top Elmira Legal Malpractice Lawyers - New York

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    69 Cascade Dr.,Ste. 203 Rochester NY 14614 43.1552 -77.61961

    At Michael P. Stacy Attorney at Law, I assist people who are seeking Social Security Disability Insurance and workers’ compensation benefits. From my law office in Rochester, New York, I offer personalized services to enable people from the metro area to understand their rights and develop appropriate legal strategies. To ensure that I can give appropriate attention to each client, I deliberately...

  • 471 Main Street East Aurora NY 14052 42.767624 -78.61725

    Greater Buffalo's Top Choice For Comprehensive, Quality Legal Services With roots that date back to the 1920s, The Law Offices of Hall, Ricketts, Schuller & Gurbacki, P.C., in East Aurora, New York, has served the residents and businesses of Cattaraugus, Chautauqua and Wyoming counties and the Greater Buffalo region for more than 80 years. Handling All Your Most Important Legal Needs During...

  • 424 Main Street,1920 Liberty Building Buffalo NY 14202 42.885685 -78.875175

    This is an experienced Insurance Defense/Personal Injury Litigation Firm with recognized distinction in the areas of Medical Malpractice Defense and all types of Personal Injury Defense. These lawyers are active trial lawyers who are skilled in the arts of the examination of witnesses and persuasion of the jury. These lawyers are knowledgeable in the art and science of medicine. The Firm also has...

  • 221 Central Avenue Fredonia NY 14063 42.45119 -79.33408

    Gullo Law Office, John P. Gullo II, Attorney at Law, is located on Central Avenue in Fredonia, New York, directly across the street from SUNY Fredonia's Campus. Our office is located in the historic Otto Hakes House on the corner of Cottage Street. We are happy to take your call on any legal matter and, if necessary, refer you to other local attorneys that can serve your needs. For example, we do...

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