We are a law firm with offices in Niagara Falls, Lockport, North Tonawanda, Buffalo, and Medina, with concentrations in personal injury, social secuirty disability, bankruptcy, divorce / family law, real estate, workers' compensation, wills and estates, real estate, criminal matters, and other areas. Call (716)694-8888 or (585)798-8800, or email legal@falkandfalk.com

Practice Areas

We are here to provide you legal help !
  • Personal Injury

    No fee unless we get money for you! Costs are excluded.

  • Social Security Disability

    No fee unless you get money from your claim! Costs are excluded.

  • Bankruptcy

    We represent people who owe money, to help them get a fresh start!

  • Divorce / Family Law

    Divorce, Separation, Custody, Visitation, Separation, Mediation, & all areas of family law!

  • Criminal / DWI

    We give you a strong defense, and protect your rights!

  • Wills, Estates, Real Estate

    We guide you through the complexities.

Frequently Asked Questions

What people frequently ask Falk & Falk

FAQs About New York Law

How long do I have to sue if I have been injured by another driver?

Most commonly three years, but there are some instances where the statutes of limitations is much shorter than that. There are claims involving a defendant that is a governmental entity that requires the filing of a notice of claim within 90 days of thea accident.

What's the difference between Social Security Disability and SSI?

Social Security Disability is a disability pension earned by a worker for the benefit of the worker and, in some cases, his or her dependents. SSI, or Supplemental Security Income, is federal assistance for the disabled with little family income. Both require the claimant to be disabled.

Can I get a credit card after I have filed bankruptcy?

It is highly likely that you can get a credit card after your debts are discharged in bankruptcy, but whether that is a good idea is another matter. You should be aware that you cannot file a Chapter 7 bankruptcy again for eight years after filing a previous Chapter 7 bankruptcy in which your debts were discharged.

What's the difference between a constested and unconsted divorce?

An uncontested divorce is where the defendant defaults or waives his/her apperance following service of a summons. A contested divorce is where the defendant appears. Commonly, the defendant's apperance involves retaining a lawyer.

Why do I have two DWI charges?

Frequently a defendant will be charged with driving while intoxicated due to an alleged blood alcohol content in excess of .08%, and will have a second common law DWI due to an allegation that there are sensory indications of intoxication, such as glassy eyes, slurred speech, the odor of an alcoholic beverage on the breath, and others.

What information do I need to draft a will?

A will must conatain, at a minimum, the names of the people or organizations to whom you wish to leave your property, what property you wish to leave them, and the name of the proposed executor of your estate. Alternate beneficiaries and alternate executors are highly recommended.



The answers to these questions are general in nature and are not intended to create an attorney-client relationship or to replace specific legal advice. We invite you to contact our office at (716) 694-8888 to schedule a consultation, so that we can learn about the facts of your case and respond to the particulars of your unique situation.


We are a full service, general practice law firm.

Cynthia Falk | Attorney-at-Law

graduated magna cum laude from the University at Buffalo and the University at Buffalo School of Law. She has over 25 years' courtroom experience. Ms. Falk has received numerous awards and honors conferred by her peers for her work on behalf of her clients, and has served as the President of the Niagara Falls Bar Association, having been chosen for that position by her fellow attorneys.

Clifford Falk| Attorney-at-Law

graduated summa cum laude from Buffalo State College and the University at Buffalo School of Law. He has over 25 years' courtroom experience. Mr. Falk has received numerous awards in conjunction with cases brought on behalf of his clients, and has served as the President of the Niagara Falls Bar Association, having been chosen for that position by his fellow attorneys.

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