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  • For the past several years, we have also been representing people injured by means of other than exposure to asbestos, such as automobile accidents, construction accidents, and as a result of medical malpractice.

  • We represented a 40 year old woman who was injured when her car was hit from behind by a tow truck at the I-190 in the Town of Tonawanda.

  • Attorney Neil J. McKinnon of our office recently received a $400,000.00 cash settlement for our client, a retired worker who suffered broken bones when he was involved in a car accident.

  • Attorneys Michael Ponterio and John Comerford successfully represented the owner of the Envoy Motor Inn in Niagara Falls, New York against Dryden Mutual Insurance Company.

  • We currently represent a construction worker who was injured when he fell from an elevated height while working at the Somerset Power Project.

  • We represent Jean, whose husband worked at Durez, North Tonawanda, between 1961 and 1980. She didn’t know it at the time, but the process of shaking out and laundering her husband’s clothes released millions of microscopic asbestos fibers into her breathing zone, and contaminated the family home.

  • Since 1995, our office has represented Mrs. Eleanor Tornabene, whose husband, Samuel W. Tornabene, was a former worker at the Linde Air Products facility in Tonawanda, New York.