As Ithaca accident and birth injury lawyers, since 1948 we have helped hundreds of clients recover compensation from those causing injury.
Alan. J. Friedlander formed our firm in 1948 after graduating from Harvard Law School. Today, more than 65 years later, we continue the same level of tenacity and professionalism for all clients. While we can never guarantee the outcome of a lawsuit, we can guarantee that we will work hard – for you and with you.
We represent clients at our offices in Ithaca and Waverly, as well as in Cortland, Binghamton, Elmira, Syracuse, Utica, Rochester, Buffalo, and New York City, and throughout the State of New York and the State of Pennsylvania.
In The News
Firm attorney Bill Friedlander and firm client Maria Lourdes Andre are guests on the Today show with Matt Lauer, where they discussed fraternity hazing. The firm is representing Ms. Andre in a wrongful death lawsuit concerning her son, who allegedly died as the result of a hazing incident at Cornell University.
We are a full-service law firm offering a wide range of services to help you and your family.
Motor Vehicle Accidents
Other Accidents and Injuries
Once We Have the Opportunity to Learn About Your Case, We Can Explain Your Legal Options and How We Can Help
You Deserve FULL ATTENTION from Experienced Lawyers Who Care
We maintain a limited caseload so that we can provide all clients with the level of service expected, and the dedication required to obtain fair compensation.
We represent injured clients and their families in:
- Baby Powder (Talcum Powder) Litigation,
- Personal Injury,
- Medical Malpractice & Birth Injury,
- Car & Truck Accidents,
- Motorcycle Accidents,
- Semi-Truck Accidents,
- School Bus Accidents,
- Pedestrian Accidents,
- Wrongful Death,
- Marcellus Shale Environmental Damage & Contract Claims, and
- Other Injury Accidents
We also represent clients in divorce related matters.
HOW CAN WE HELP?
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