The Law Office Of Harvey F Siegel
88 West Utica Street· Buffalo, New York 14209
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Personal Injury Attorney

Since 1997, SIEGEL GULLO, Attorneys has been helping clients get justice by recovering for the injuries sustained as the result of the negligence of others. Our attorneys will advise you whether you have a case to recover for your injuries. They will investigate, gather evidence, and work hard to win damages for your pain, suffering and lost wages.

SIEGEL GULLO, Attorneys will help you to secure the insurance benefits you are entitled to and explain your disability, no-fault and workers compensation benefits, so you understand your rights. Contact us today to schedule a free consultation with a personal injury attorney.

Our office regularly collaborates with other attorneys and experts to sucessfully tackle complex, high-stakes cases providing clients with complicated cases the benefit of a diverse legal team.

SIEGEL GULLO, Attorneys understands the potentially life-altering impact that an accident may cause and works tirelessly to assist our clients win justice, no matter how complex or demanding the case. Contact our office today to meet with one of our attorneys to discuss your personal injury claim.

Each type of personal injury claim has different statutes of limitations as to the amount of time a person has to bring their lawsuit to the court. Consult an attorney immediately so that the statute of limitations does not run out!


Elements of a Personal Injury Case


 Legal responsibility for one's acts or ommission. Failure to meet this responsibility lease a person/entity open to a lawsuit. The Plaintiff must prove duty to act, failure to fulfill said duty and connection to injury (damages) to plaintiff.


After proving liability, the second element required for a strong personal injury lawsuit is damages.  If damages are not present in a personal injury lawsuit, the case will not hold up in court.  If there are no damages present, a lawsuit should not be filed even if liability can be easily established.


"Collectability" is the defendant's ability to pay whatever amout you are awarded. If collectability does not exist, then your case may not make it to court.


  • Motor Vehicle accidents
  • Construction accident
  • Work Related Injuries
  • Medical malpractice
  • Nursing Home Neglect
  • Product Liability
  • Toxic Torts
  • Premises Liability

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