The Snyder Law Firm is please to announce that we have moved to 6876 Buckley Road, Syracuse, New York 13212.
The Snyder Law Firm's mission is to provide quality legal services to its clients through vigorous advocacy while never compromising its integrity and commitment to professionalism.
The Snyder Law Firm is committed to providing individual attention to clients and will do everything within the law to provide the best outcome possible for each.
Attorney David Snyder assists clients with problems in different areas of the law where court appearances are required. If your case has to go to trial, the Snyder Law Firm is prepared. We assist clients in both civil litigation and criminal defense and are ready to help you in your legal needs.
The civil litigation we handle include cases involving personal injury including medical malpractice, general and commercial litigation and construction litigation.
Attorney David Snyder also defends criminal charges under New York Penal Law and Vehicle and Traffic Law. We have experience handling felony and misdemeanor charges of driving while intoxicated as well as drug charges.
If we cannot handle your case we will make an appropriate referral to an attorney who specializes in the area of law where you need help. The Snyder Law Firm is dedicated to achieving the best outcome for every client and will determine the best course of action for your individual situation.
David Snyder appears in all courts located in Onondaga County including Syracuse, Liverpool, Salina, North Syracuse, Cicero, Clay and the surrounding counties and communities.
Specific Areas of Practice for our Syracuse office:
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