“We help each of our clients restore independence,
dignity and meaning to their life.”
Since 1987, Powers & Santola, LLP., has been driven by the expectation of excellence in all that it does on behalfof its clients. We are always motivated by a genuine desire to make a difference in their lives, and to obtain full and fair monetary compensationfor their injuries.
We firmly believe that it’s essential to meticulously prepare each case we handle as if it will go to trial. Insurance companies and our opponents know that we zealously advocate for every client we represent.
We will not under any circumstances compromise the
full value of your case for a quick settlement.
We devote all of our resources, skills and experience to handling select cases involving serious personal injuries. Our clients have suffered permanent, life-changing injuries, such as:
- Spinal cord injuries
- Traumatic brain injuries
- Closed-head injuries
- Amputation injuries (loss of limb)
- Severe burns
- Birth injuries
- Injuries from hospital and medical malpractice
Some of our clients have lost a family member to wrongful death due to someone else’s negligence in a car accident, workplace accident or medical malpractice
We recognize that a serious injury changes a person’s life in ways that cannot be addressed by money alone. We help each of our clients restore independence, dignity and meaning to their life.
Are you ready to move forward?
Contact our experienced upstate New York personal injury law firm.
If you or a loved one has suffered a catastrophic injury, we invite you to contact an experienced New York personal injury lawyer at Powers & Santola, LLP., to discuss your legal rights. Contact our office online or call us toll-free at 518-507 5118 to schedule a free initial consultation to discuss your motor vehicle accident, medical malpractice or construction accident case. We have offices in Albany, Syracuse, and Rochester.
The Powers & Santola Difference
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