Your Case. Our Cause.
When faced with a complicated legal situation you want the best people on your team. Someone you can trust, who’s caring and concerned. An advocate to fight for you. A passionate, seasoned professional who can guide you through a stressful time in your life. At Dreyer Boyajian LaMarche Safranko, we strive to be all of this and more. We give you what you need and deserve: the best legal service possible.
For each and every one of our clients, we provide sound advice, one-on-one counsel and personal guidance. Our practice was founded on honesty and transparency, so we speak openly with our clients because we believe that no one should ever feel in the dark about his or her case. We give clients the confidence of knowing what to expect in a stressful and difficult time. We pride ourselves on our availability and willingness to review the facts, explain available options and work together to achieve the best outcome. Whether proceeding to trial or obtaining a successful resolution, you will receive our full commitment to your case.
Dreyer Boyajian LaMarche Safranko offers legal counsel in personal injury, criminal defense and a variety of other practice areas. Founders William Dreyer, Donald Boyajian, George LaMarche III and Andrew Safranko practice law throughout New York in both State and Federal courts. Their proficiency and professionalism are regularly called upon in the Capital Region and throughout the state for their work on high-profile cases.
Committed to the Community
Our lawyers are devoted to making our community a better and safer place to live through their legal work.
Dreyer Boyajian LaMarche Safranko pursues personal injury claims against powerful corporations and individuals who cause injury to others and threaten the safety of our community. Through our criminal defense work, we ensure that individuals charged with a crime are treated fairly by the court system. We often guide our clients to obtain the mental health, drug or alcohol counseling needed to get their lives back on track.