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THANK YOU Catharine and the Venzon Law Firm team! I am beyond grateful for the support and great legal advice I... more
Buffalo  Catharine Marie Venzon

Catharine Venzon

Buffalo, NY Divorce / Separation
Avvo rating 8.4
I was referred by a friend to see Harvey Siegel following a DWI charge. I was going through a hard time in life and... more
Buffalo  Harvey Frederick Siegel

Harvey Siegel

Buffalo, NY Criminal Defense
Avvo rating 6.8
I have had the need to work with Harvey Siegel numerous times over several years and he has immensely helped myself, my... more
Buffalo  Harvey Frederick Siegel

Harvey Siegel

Buffalo, NY Criminal Defense
Avvo rating 6.8
Matthew and his father have, over the course of around 3.5 years, helped us turn an almost hopeless removal proceeding... more
Buffalo  Matthew L. Kolken

Matthew Kolken

Buffalo, NY Immigration
Avvo rating 10.0
I was charged with Harassment against my ex-wife at the same time she brought a custody petition against me. Mr. Puleo... more
Buffalo  Dean S. Puleo

Dean Puleo

Buffalo, NY Family
Avvo rating 7.5
Neil handled a traffic violation for me with great expertise. He ensured the best possible outcome. I would definitely... more
Buffalo  Neil Anthony Pawlowski

Neil Pawlowski

Buffalo, NY Lawyer
Avvo rating 6.2
We retained the Mr. Rossi and his firm for the closing of our house. The service was excellent. They took care of any... more
Buffalo  Michael Anthony Rossi

Michael Rossi

Buffalo, NY Criminal Defense
Avvo rating 10.0
I feel like a cash cow to him, the firm keeps taking money and not getting me the money or MEDICAL TREATMENT my doctor... more
Buffalo  Thomas E. Krug

Thomas Krug

Buffalo, NY Slip and Fall Accident
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In 1881, Buffalo was the first city in the United States to deploy electric streetlights, giving it the nickname "City of Light."

A few short years later, the immense power of nearby Niagara Falls was harnessed as a hydroelectric plant. Buffalo benefited from what was, at the time, one of the largest power sources in the world.

Buffalo began making widespread use of electricity in the years that followed. To this day, Niagara Falls is still the largest electricity producer in the state of New York.