Horseheads, New York, has a rich historical and cultural tradition dating back to the American Revolution. Horseheads is famous and derives its name from the march undertaken by General John Sullivan in 1779 through the area. Today, Horseheads is a great place to live and raise a family. Newtown Creek on the east side of the village flows south toward the Chemung River, while the northernmost part of the village drains north to Catherine Creek.
The lawyers from Welch, Donlon & Czarples PLLC have serviced hundreds of clients from Horseheads over the years, and continue to faithfully serve the area today. Some of our staff members consider the area to be "home" as well, so we are always in and around the area.
If you live or work in Horseheads and would prefer to meet with our lawyers in Elmira instead of Corning, our office staff can make arrangements to accommodate that request. Or, it is a short drive from Horseheads to our main office in Corning.
Our familiarity with Horseheads and its local courts makes Welch, Donlon & Czarples PLLC a good fit for your case. We make sure to give you the personalized service your case demands. Our hardworking attorneys will get you the result that you deserve -- whether that means settling out of court or going all the way to a trial.
Call us to set up a meeting at our office space in Elmira or come see us at our main office in Corning. We have a parking lot to make it easier for you to visit with us. All initial consultations are conducted free of charge, and our lawyers will advise you regarding the next steps for your personal injury claim. Call 607-936-8057 or send an email to email@example.com today.
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