Former Prosecutor Michael Kooshoian Ready To Work For You

Michael H KooshoianMichael Kooshoian was admitted to practice law in the state of New York in 2008. An experienced trial lawyer, Kooshoian began his career as a prosecutor with the Erie County District Attorney's Office. As a former prosecutor, he uses his knowledge of how the prosecution investigates and tries cases to strategically defend his clients. In addition to criminal defense, Kooshoian gained valuable personal injury experience early in his career working at a negligence defense law firm. He understands how to pursue maximum compensation after clients are injured in a serious accident.

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Individualized Attention Throughout Your Case

Attorney Kooshoian opened his practice as a solo practitioner to help New York residents with their legal problems. He thoroughly envelops himself in every case, and gives clients the individual attention they deserve. Michael Kooshoian meets all of his clients before they enter the courtroom, thoroughly examines the intricacies of their case and creates defense strategies to seek the best outcome in the case.

"When you hire me for one matter, I want you to think of me as your attorney and to know that you can count on me for help whenever you need it."

Kooshoian currently serves as the Deputy Town Attorney in the town of Tonawanda. Although he does not take cases in Tonawanda due to this responsibility, he diligently represents clients throughout the Northtowns and Western New York.

Address Your Legal Needs Now

Call 716-800-2741 to schedule your free consultation with the Law Office of Michael H. Kooshoian PLLC. You may also contact him through email. Attorney Kooshoian understands the importance of promptly addressing your case. If you do not immediately reach him, he will be in touch with you promptly. Michael's office is conveniently located in the town of Tonawanda.

Please note that your free consultation does not obligate you to retain his legal services and does not solidify an attorney-client relationship.