Our team of Buffalo personal injury lawyers is proud to stand with people during some of the most difficult times of their lives. We work hard to ensure the insurance companies and their defense attorneys hear their story. We get results across New York State.
What We Do
After a serious car accident, our personal injury attorneys can help you cut red tape and make sure bills are paid.
What People Say
Our Personal Injury Law Firm Gets Big Results Across New York
We’re a small Western New York personal injury law firm. We get big results across New York State. We’re built on the idea that trial-tested personal injury attorneys, experienced staff, and client relationships bring success.
Our personal injury lawyers in Buffalo and Rochester are here to help. We want to see our clients restored physically, economically and emotionally from the pain and loss that accompanies a severe personal injury or a wrongful death.
A significant part of our practice represents survivors of sexual abuse by clergy, teachers, coaches and scouts. In any injury case, recovery is a long road. It can be overwhelming. That’s why we serve our Rochester and Buffalo personal injury clients on an individual level. It’s essential to learn the things they hold dear, what shapes them, and their hopes for the future. Once we discover the truth of what happened and fully understand how it’s changed our client’s life, we tell their story.
Keeping our personal injury law firm small hasn’t prevented us from taking on the big insurance companies, large corporations, churches, and state and local governments that cause harm to our clients in Rochester and Buffalo, New York. We take them on, and we win personal injury lawsuits. Attorney Steve Boyd has recovered tens of millions for his injured clients or their estates. If you were seriously injured or a loved one has died, contact us for a free consultation.
A Top-Rated Western New York Personal Injury Attorney
Steve Boyd knows firsthand what the struggle is like to recover from injury and illness, and he’s passionate about helping others do just that. Before he was a personal injury lawyer in Buffalo, Steve spent 16 years as a broadcast journalist striving to tell people’s stories accurately, succinctly and compassionately. When a new client has sustained a personal injury, he works hard to understand the actual depth of how the injuries change their life. Steve aims to share the full truth of a clients’ injuries to achieve justice.
Steve was the first New York State personal injury attorney to graduate from both of the top two trial lawyer colleges in the country: The Trial Lawyers College in Cheyenne, Wyoming, and the Keenan Trial Institute in Atlanta, Georgia. These colleges train and graduate the best personal injury attorneys in the United States.
He travels the country teaching and studying the cutting edge of personal injury law. His main passion is serving injured clients and their families in Buffalo personal injury cases.
Buffalo personal injury attorney Steve Boyd has a consistent history of success.
Considering a Buffalo Personal Injury Lawyer?
Attorney Steve Boyd has been practicing personal injury law since 1999. He has two decades of experience handling catastrophic injury cases. Although he is based in Buffalo, New York, Steve has consulted on major personal injury cases throughout the country.
Steve Boyd is well known in the legal community as being one who will leave no money on the table and no stone unturned to earn justice for his clients. He has always been very involved in helping other personal injury attorneys hone their skills.
Proven Track Record
Although we can’t promise results, Steve Boyd has a proven track record in handling catastrophic injury cases and has achieved many million dollar settlements and verdicts. Steve is a member of the Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum and the Million Dollar Advocates Forum.
We prepare every case for trial. We retain some of the best experts and prepare all the evidence necessary to present your claim to the jury. We also make sure that you will feel as prepared and comfortable as possible during the trial. While we prepare for trial, less than five percent of all cases actually reach a trial verdict. Most cases settle before or during a trial.