Creating Wellness for William Mattar Employees Can Better Serve Clients

by William Mattar | February 5th, 2016

The team at William Mattar law offices prides itself on helping people. The firm’s core values represent the Mattar Way: together serve our clients, support our colleagues, love our families and support our community. A large part of that is putting the overall health and wellness of the staff first. “Putting the health and wellness […]

‘Helping People’ Attorney Gives Emotional Presentation to SUNY Law Students

by William Mattar | January 29th, 2016

A plane crash results in damage, devastation, and loss of life that is complex and emotional. Those who help the families of victims find that there are many factors that need to be taken into consideration when beginning disaster management. Scott A. Bylewski, Esq., of William Mattar law offices, recently gave a presentation to a […]

How a Fitness Device Could Lead to a Jury Verdict

by William Mattar | January 13th, 2016

Most of us know by now that personal accounts, like Facebook and Twitter, are not very personal at all. But did you know other devices, such as fitness gear, can be used as evidence in a courtroom? In his most recent audio webinar, F. David Rusin, Esq., of William Mattar law offices discussed this possibility, […]

William Mattar Is Raising a Voice Against a Silent Killer

by William Mattar | January 4th, 2016

William Mattar law offices is once again teaming up with the Amanda Hansen Foundation to give people in the Buffalo area free carbon monoxide detectors for their homes. Stop by Tops Friendly Markets on Young St. in Tonawanda on January 10 between 10 a.m. and noon to receive yours. William Mattar will be at the event […]

City of Buffalo Will Receive Free Rides Home on New Year’s Eve Courtesy of William Mattar

by William Mattar | December 21st, 2015

One of the biggest nighttime celebrations of the year is just around the corner, and for the eighth year in a row, William Mattar law offices is teaming up with Designated Drivers of Buffalo to make sure people within the city limits get safe rides home on New Year’s Eve. Designated Drivers owner, Michael Mule, […]

New Truck Driving Regulations Require Electronic Time Logging

by Keith Adkins | December 18th, 2015

Strict laws govern the trucking industry to help ensure the safety of everyone on our nation’s highways. One particular aspect of those truck driving rules and regulations was recently updated to improve efficiency in how truck drivers track and record the number of hours they’re on the road. The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration announced […]

William Mattar Goes Orange

by William Mattar | December 15th, 2015

William Mattar law offices are very happy to announce their sponsorship with Syracuse University Athletics. Jason Thomas of Syracuse IMG Sports Marketing says, “This sponsorship will support the many sports that make up Syracuse University Athletics.” In addition to signage in the 49,262 seat stadium, there will also be a radio, television, and website presence […]

Proposed NYC Law Would Change Traffic Laws for Cyclists

by Keith Adkins | December 11th, 2015

A New York City lawmaker is proposing a controversial new law that would allow cyclists to roll through red lights and stop signs without coming to a complete halt. New York City Councilman, Antonio Reynoso, proposed the changes under the premise that it’s difficult for cyclists to start and stop motion at red lights and […]

Our Rescue a Shelter Animal Campaign Was a Great Success!

by William Mattar | December 9th, 2015

Each year, William Mattar Law Offices shows its support for local animal shelters and rescue groups in Buffalo, Rochester, Syracuse, and surrounding areas. By having a Facebook contest where people can post photos of their pets, members of the community are given the chance to win a donation to the shelter of their choice. Because […]

Efforts to Curb Dangerous Driving During Thanksgiving Were Successful

by Keith Adkins | December 4th, 2015

Some factors that cause accidents tend to be more prevalent than others, especially around the holidays. Some of the most reported reasons motor vehicle collisions occur during this time of year include speeding, distraction, and driving under the influence. Fortunately, law enforcement officials in New York have been working to combat dangerous driving behaviors, and […]