Binghamton, New York

Located in Broome County approximately 60 miles south of Syracuse, New York, at the crossroads of Interstates 81 and 88, the City of Binghamton is populated by just under 50,000 people and is home to SUNY Binghamton, Broome Community College, Davis College and a clinical facility for SUNY Upstate Medical University, landmarks such as the Kopernik Space Center and the Eastern League's Binghamton Mets, hospitals such as United Health Service's Binghamton General Hospiptal, and Lourdes Hospital, and countless businesses large and small.  At Bottar Law, PLLC, our team of Binghamton work accident lawyers, Johnson City medical malpractice lawyers, Endicott brain injury lawyers and Southern Tier birth injury lawyers service the entire Binghamton area, including Chenango, Colesville, Conklin, Fenton, Maine and Vestal.  To learn more about our Firm, please contact us at (315) 422-3466 or, or visit our website at and our legal information blog posts at and

Since 1983, Bottar Law, PLLC, has guided the victims of negligence and malpractice through complex personal injury lawsuits.  We are a trial-ready law firm, meaning that cases accepted by the Firm, big and small, are prepared for trial and are taken to trial if they cannot be resolved for fair compensation.  Like our clients, we are completely invested in our cases and are devoted to maximizing recoveries.

Our practice is limited to the prosecution of birth injury, medical malpractice, construction site accident, wrongful death, and catastrophic injury cases, including claims for future medical care, lost wages, labor and delivery complications, paralysis, misdiagnosis, fractures, brain damage, nerve damage, cerebral palsy and Erb's palsy.  We work on a contingency basis, which means that there is no charge to meet with us.  Likewise, there is no charge for our time unless you recover through a jury verdict or pre-trial settlement.

Directions to  Binghamton, New York are as follows: Take I-81 North to the exit for Harrison and Adams Streets.  At the bottom of the exit ramp, make a left hand turn onto Harrison Street, followed by a right hand turn onto Warren Street, and a right hand turn onto Madison Street.