Your NY & PA LawyersJim Reed | Adam Gee | Christina Bruner Sonsire | Susan Daubner
Jim limits his practice to the representation of injured persons only and does NOT do any insurance defense work.
WETM-TV selected Jim as their local legal expert. Jim is featured on the Noon News on Wednesdays where he responds to listeners’ legal questions. If you have a legal question, feel free to E-mail it to Jim on our Quick Contact form and he will be happy to address your question either via E-mail or on WETM.Keep Reading
Adam joined the Ziff Law Firm in February, 2004. Adam works closely with Jim Reed and is a tenacious trial lawyer who thrives on being in the courtroom.
The partners in the Ziff Law Firm were so impressed with Adam’s hard work and intelligence that he was promoted to full partnership in record time– less than two years after he joined the firm! The Star-Gazette covered the Ziff Law Firm “youth movement” in an article published February 12, 2006.Keep Reading
Christina joined the Ziff Law Firm in March 2008. Specializing in the areas Medical Malpractice and catastrophic Personal Injury, Christina loves being in the courtroom and is eager to continue developing her trial advocacy skills.
Christina graduated from Georgetown University in 1998, earning dual Bachelor of Arts degrees in Classics and International Relations and studying International Economics abroad at the University of Antwerp, Belgium. Christina played on the Georgetown Women’s Soccer Team where she served as the team’s captain during her junior and senior years. A prolific scorer, Christina held Georgetown’s records for the most career goals and assists from 1998 through 2010.Keep Reading
Susan Moore Daubner, practices in the areas of Divorce Law and Family Law, including cases involving contested and uncontested divorces, custody, visitation, paternity, child support, collaborative/mediation issues and abuse and neglect cases. Since 1995, Sue has limited her practice to these areas.
Sue is both a compassionate listener and a fierce advocate for her clients. She strongly believes that her clients should be educated about the law and how it applies to their cases. She is a member of the Finger Lakes Collaborative Law Group, which focuses on helping clients achieve results through mediation and amicable resolution. See www.flcollaborativelaw.com for more information. Sue advocates for the fair treatment of both mothers and fathers in custody proceedings, visitation issues, parental rights and child support.Keep Reading