Collins & Collins has earned a reputation as one of Western New York’s most focused and experienced law firms in the representation of victims of construction accidents and personal injury. The firm is known for winning tough, high-profile cases, and has an outstanding record of verdicts and settlements for victims of workplace injuries, automobile accidents, wrongful death, slip and fall, occupational diseases and exposure.
The mission of Collins & Collins can be traced back over 50 years when our law firm was founded by the late John T. Collins, whose philosophy of having a “concern for people and a commitment to family” remains the heart and soul of the firm – you know it when you talk to our honest, down to Earth attorneys.
LEVELING THE PLAYING FIELD
We continue that mission today by fighting for the rights of those who have been taken advantage of, persisting in our role as a legal watchdog, protecting our clients from unsafe work environments, and working to secure stable futures for our clients and their families.
Defendants often rely on time and money in a battle of attrition to win cases brought by lone injured workers. But we level that playing field. The foundation of Collins & Collins is built on a bedrock of Labor Law, personal injury, and insurance law knowledge. Defendants and insurance companies recognize us a formidable opponent, relentless in the pursuit of justice and compensation for our clients.
FORGING THE CLIENT'S FUTURE
Our attorneys practice a full-service culture and do more than you might expect elsewhere. We understand the overwhelming stresses and concerns that injury victims face and we’re here to help. In addition to working your case with personal attention and tireless effort, we’re also ready to assist you with Unemployment Insurance, Social Security Disability Insurance, Workers’ Compensation, and various other issues.
We aim for personal service over high volume, and bigger results over easy settlements. Plain and simple. It’s why more working men and women trust us with their case.