Rochester Attorneys

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Zach handled my criminal case and really took the time to explain everything that would happen each time we were in... more
Rochester  Zachary Steven Maurer

Zachary Maurer

Rochester, NY Criminal Defense
Avvo rating 8.1
We have used this lawyer for multiple homes over the years! At present he is helping our son and daughter in law who... more
Rochester  Thomas J. Cusker

Thomas Cusker

Rochester, NY Residential
Avvo rating 6.5
She"ll tell you all fees are on a contingency basis, then ask you for monies for filing fees, or whatever, which will... more
Rochester  Antoinette M. Wooten

Antoinette Wooten

New York, NY Discrimination
Avvo rating 6.7
First thing I will say never never ever hire this person , I am regrating for doing it he has common patter he will... more
Rochester  Sir Ashley James Harrison

Sir Harrison

Charlotte, NC Immigration
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I looked to him for help instead my case went no where. I would call for a follow up because he assured me progress... more
Rochester  Omid Khorshidi

Omid Khorshidi

Beverly Hills, CA Personal Injury
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We hired Mr Campbell for my Immigration in 2010. He was there for us for the entire process, explained everything in "... more
Rochester  Courtney Lee Campbell

Courtney Campbell

Indianapolis, IN Business
Avvo rating 6.5
Attorney John Harrington took my case, told me what I needed, gave me total confidence, and he won not only the first... more
Rochester  John Herbert Harrington

John Harrington

Southport, CT Birth Injury
Avvo rating No concern
this lawyer guarantee not points and guess what ? i hire him for my first traffic ticket in years driving and I got... more
Rochester  Geoffrey McLaughlin

Geoffrey McLaughlin

Miami Beach, FL Speeding / Traffic Ticket
Avvo rating 6.8


practicing lawyers in Rochester

Rochester was originally known as the "Flour City" due to the strong presence of the flour industry in the city. However, in 1859, Rochester become known as the "Flower City" as the seed and nursery industry became the city's primary employer.

By the 1880s, more than one third of Rochester was part of the nursery industry. Rochester's influence as the "Flower City" continues to this day. The city is dotted with numerous parks, gardens, and arboretums.