I am a medical doctor and have worked with many of the best lawyers in Buffalo and I can say without question that Jed Dietrich is the only lawyer I would trust with my injury case in Buffalo New York.B.O.
Dogged, Determined, and Dead-set on getting you the Maximum settlement for your injuries!T.F.
No one will work harder, smarter or better; I have retained Jed and he obtained the best result for my case.D.P.
The definition of an "A" type personality-exactly who I would want to represent me in a serious personal injury case.E.S.
Jed is a Master in the courtroom without an equal.S.C.
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