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Welcome to spring, a season synonymous with new beginnings. It's also an opportune moment to refresh our understanding of crucial matters like personal injury law. Join us as we delve into the critical aspects of personal injury claims, with Letro Law by your side every step of the way.

With spring in the air, the open road calls. But it's not just about enjoying the ride; it's about knowing your rights. Dive into our spring driving safety guide, tailored by the professionals at Letro Law.

Let me paint you a picture of grief. It depicts a father sitting in your office telling you the story of the last night he saw his daughter. She was 3 years old, sitting in her car seat in the back of his car, when a tractor-trailer ran through a stop sign and collided with the side of his vehicle.

By the time he was 7, Francis Letro knew he would be a trial lawyer one day. His father, also Francis Letro, was a railroad worker who was injured on the job.

Buffalo attorney Francis Letro and his wife, Cindy Abbott Letro, bought the "Work Matters" painting by artist Bruce Addams in an art auction, with the intention of placing it in their Buffalo home.

Carey Beyer is about five years into his legal career and loves what he does. As an attorney at the Letro Law Firm in Buffalo, he and a tight-knit group work alongside Francis Letro on personal-injury cases that may find Beyer as counsel for clients who were injured on the job or who seek medical malpractice damages.

Francis Letro’s first year at the University at Buffalo School of Law was 1972, the year before the school left downtown for Amherst. After being able to sit in on court and watch lawyers in action whenever he could, the move to the Amherst campus didn’t hold the same appeal.

A Buffalo-based attorney will serve as president of the New York Academy of Trial Lawyers for the first time. 

Francis Letro, from the law firm of Francis M. Letro, Attorneys at Law, will be installed as president of the academy during the organization’s 14th annual membership reception Wednesday at the Burchfield Penney Art Center. 

If you’ve ever walked down Main Street in downtown Buffalo during the winter, then you know all about the struggle that Buffalonians face just getting around town in our notoriously nasty weather. The sidewalks are icy. The snow is blowing in your face. The wind coming off the lake is almost strong enough to knock you off your feet, and you’re already using every muscle in your body to focus on not slipping and falling over.

If you are suddenly hospitalized, will your primary care physician be there to manage your health? The answer to this question may surprise you. While many Americans expect that their primary doctor will be around to administer care should they be admitted to the hospital, this is not always the case. More and more doctors are outsourcing their hospital care duties to “hospitalists,” who are qualified and capable professionals, but may not be who you expect to see at your bedside.

The University at Buffalo School of Law will celebrate its 130th anniversary with a gala at the Buffalo Club on Oct. 14, 2017. The event will run from 6 to 8 p.m.. The club is located at 388 Delaware Ave.

Road rage. We’ve all seen it. Some of us have even been a part of it. But while it may sound like an innocent enough annoyance, road rage and aggressive driving actually lead to thousands of injuries and deaths that could be avoided with the right attitude behind the wheel.

We’ve always taken pride in serving Western New York citizens when legal troubles arise, and now that the needs and lifestyles of our community are changing, we’re committed to changing with you, and being prepared for anything that comes our way.

It’s no secret that riding a motorcycle is far more dangerous than driving a car. That fact doesn’t have to stop you from enjoying all the perks of your motorcycle however. Here are a few guidelines to follow so you can stay safe on the road

As a law student, William Hochul Jr. heard that SUNY Buffalo Law School produces some of the area’s finest trial lawyers. Indeed, many of the giants in the local legal profession at the time called it their alma mater.

You could be leaving yourself open to huge liabilities and not even realize it. As snow and ice build up in driveways and parking lots around Buffalo during the winter months, slips and falls become a more prevalent, dangerous threat.

By now you no doubt know the obvious dangers of texting, calling, tweeting, or engaging in the countless other distracting activities that absorb your attention while driving. But have you really stopped to take a look at the numbers?

We may have had a surprisingly warm and unusual December this year, but as the winter advances, plenty of snow will find its way to Western New York.

A landmark decision affecting the trucking industry nationally was recently made in U.S. Federal Court, the Western District of New York.

For the first time, the Graves Amendment, a 9-year-old federal statute protecting car rental and truck companies from liability in operator accidents, was rejected from being used in a civil action against the vehicle’s owner.

The state’s highest court Tuesday reversed a medical malpractice award of $9.6 million for pain and suffering that a jury awarded an Olean excavation contractor left paralyzed by an undiagnosed brain aneurysm that led to a massive stroke in 1998.

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