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Rescue a Shelter Animal Month Pet Photo Contest Winner Shares His Story

by Dawn Raub | December 17th, 2018

Each year, the William Mattar Rescue a Shelter Animal Month campaign encourages people to rescue a shelter animal or support their local shelter or rescue group. In addition to spending more time with William Mattar’s dog, Peanut Butter, we also look forward to the annual Pet Photo Contest. This year’s winner, Mark DeCarlo of Syracuse […]

General Manager Shirley Kelly Celebrates 26 Years with William Mattar

by William Mattar | June 27th, 2018

For the past 12 months we have highlighted Shirley Kelly’s 25 years of service to the William Mattar firm. June 29th is her 26 year anniversary, and I believe another shout out is due. Shirley is so special that you see it right away. When I first met Shirley she was applying to join the […]

Bar Association of Erie County Honors Buffalo Car Accident Lawyer William Mattar

by William Mattar | June 15th, 2018

When you hear the name William Mattar, you immediately think of the popular law firm slogan, Hurt In A Car, Call William Mattar… 444-4444. You may also be familiar with some of their many safety campaigns and numerous organizations the firm supports. Buffalo car accident lawyer William Mattar has been honored by many associations over […]

New York Car Accident Attorney William Mattar’s Safe & Sober New Year’s Eve Program Enters 10th Year.

by William Mattar | December 26th, 2017

The law offices of William Mattar are proud to team up with Designated Drivers of Buffalo for the 10th annual William Mattar Safe and Sober Free Ride Home Program this New Year’s Eve. The program provides a safe ride home for both driver and vehicle this New Year’s Eve, with pickups originating within the city […]

Buckle Your Belt Classroom Contest Winners

by Dawn Raub | October 16th, 2017

Getting back to school in the fall is always a busy time. Teachers getting classrooms ready, parents and students working to get back into the routine, and here at William Mattar it’s a busy time for us, too. Before the start of the school year, we held our Pencils 4 Schools campaign which has brought […]

Will Self-Driving Cars Make Roads Safer?

by William Mattar | October 5th, 2017

As outlined in a number of previous entries, the proponents of self-driving cars argue that their widespread use will drastically reduce the number of collisions and, as a result, injuries and deaths resulting from such collisions. A recent study by the RAND organizations casts some doubt on this assumption—or at least posits that such an […]

William Mattar Goes Pink for October

by Dawn Raub | September 29th, 2017

The William Mattar blue logo goes pink in a big way to support the fight against breast cancer during the month of October. The motor vehicle accident law firm that focuses on helping those seriously injured after car and truck accidents goes pink across the board on their website, television advertising, and social media. William […]

Autonomous Car Liability

by William Mattar | September 21st, 2017

A law review article published in the Southern Methodist University Science and Technology Law Review makes the novel argument that “[l]aws governing canine ownership are a good model on which to base laws governing autonomous cars.” While it may seem implausible to compare a sentient animal—a dog—to the motions, sensors and axels of an autonomous […]

William Mattar Acts of Kindness Campaign

by Dawn Raub | September 21st, 2017

The William Mattar Acts of Kindness Team has hit the streets giving out free gift cards throughout Western New York. You never know when or where they will appear. Over 100 William Mattar Acts of Kindness staff are traveling throughout Western New York with Tim Horton’s gift cards and will be randomly handing them out. […]

Support Childhood Cancer Month

by Dawn Raub | September 12th, 2017

Earlier this month we introduced you to Lauryn who has not only bravely fought her way through childhood cancer, but shared the details of her journey to help us understand how cancer can affect children. Lauryn is also shining a light on the need for more funding for safe and updated treatments for childhood cancers […]