Worker's Compensation & Social Security Attorneys in The Finger Lakes Area, NY
We represent people with social security disability
and workers' compensation
claims. Having served the Finger Lakes area (Ontario, Seneca, Yates and Monroe counties) for many years our attorneys and staff have the experience, knowledge and skill to protect your rights and help you get the benefits you deserve.
Navigating your way through a workers' compensation or social security disability case can be confusing and stressful at any stage. Please contact us to set up a free consultation so we can review your case, answer your questions and give you a clear sense of direction.
Learn More About Bond, McDonald and Lehman, PC
The law firm of Bond, McDonald and Lehman, PC
serves the Geneva New York and surrounding areas. We protect the rights of the injured who cannot speak for
themselves. We are a voice for the
disabled and strive for success in all our legal services.
We would be proud to serve as your social security attorneys or workers' compensation attorneys. A lawyer must be familiar with the laws in New York state as well as federal laws. This is where the staff of Bond, McDonald and Lehman excels.
We understand that you have questions about your case and we are dedicated to helping you. For a free consultation please call our office at 315-789-8480
and we will discuss the details of your case.
Information contained on this website is for informational
purposes only. It is not, and should not
be interpreted as, legal advice. Please
contact our office to set up your free consultation with one of our attorneys
to obtain the advice you need that will be specific to your case.
Contacting our office does not immediately establish the confidentiality of an "Attorney-Client Relationship". Please do NOT send any case related information through this website. You should provide only your contact information - name, address, phone number and/or email address. We will respond to you to set up your free consultation in person. If you decide to retain our services you will be asked to sign a "Retainer Agreement" acknowledging our mutual decision for representation. Once that is done all of the information you have given us is protected under the "Attorney-Client Relationship" and is held in strict confidence.