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Posted by Satisfied Client, a Employment client,
A good lawyer is hard to find. I engaged Mat Tully’s services about 6 months ago. I went into the case thinking I was going to be spending a lot of money for a pretentious lawyer / law firm that would end up overcharging me for very little in the end. His team of lawyers worked tirelessly on my case and helped me obtain the result I was looking for. The legal team at Tully Rinckey could handle any situation I threw at them, they worked tirelessly on my case and were courteous, respectful, compassionate, aggressive and responsive every step of the way. Mat Tully is the American dream. He left New York City after 9/11 to start a law firm by himself and has grown his business from scratch. His selfless service to our country and community is significant; he is currently a National Guard reservist. The values of service transcend to his business. If you are looking for a great lawyer, call Tully.
Posted by Mike, a Employment client,
When I got back from Iraq, I learned that I lost my job during my deployment. Mat took my case for free and got me my job back PLUS $50,000 in case and $80,000 in attorney fees. I learned AFTER he won my case that he and his firm have won more USERRA cases than EVERY OTHER LAWYER in the COUNTRY COMBINED since the law took effect in 1994 (and remember he has only been doing this since 2003). I also that he left the law to serve in Iraq in 2005 and is now a LTC. You will never have a better lawyer than LTC Tully
Posted by Janet, a Criminal Defense client,
He took my brothers case to the United States Supreme Court and won!! He is a fighter who never gives up. I have met a lot of lawyers but I have never meet a lawyer who won before the US Supreme Court. His office has photos of him and his wife with the Chief Justice of the Court (Roberts). Hopefully we will never need to go to the Supreme Court again but if we do he is our man! One of the smartest lawyers in upstate New York.