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Make a Change, Make a Difference

  • February 24, 2015
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When I first met Joe Sanchez, the Founder of Hometown Lawyers, I was knee deep in the corporate world as a digital content admin of sorts for a large Central New York Employer, and basically doing small graphic design jobs on the side just to get my creative fix. At the time, Hometown Lawyers was
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Why We Do What We Do

  • February 19, 2015
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Often people have asked me why I founded Hometown Lawyers, or they ask how I came up with the idea for it and I normally just respond to those inquiries with a simple “because I care.” When someone is faced with a legal problem it has been my experience that they are stressed to the
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Hometown Lawyers’ NEWS

  • February 19, 2015
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Wampsville, NY- February 19, 2015- The Lynn Law Firm from Syracuse, NY announced yesterday that a Madison County jury awarded their clients Mitch and Aimee Dryer of Oneida, NY $11.2 million.  The Dreyer’s filed the law suit due to a faulty locator alarm that cost Mitch, a firefighter for the City of Oneida, his right
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Behind the scenes at HometownLawyers.net

  • February 9, 2015
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Let me start off by stating that I do not like to write about myself…I feel that the past or anything I have done or will do doesn’t matter. I heard an interesting quote some time ago, “Yesterday is history, tomorrow is a mystery and today is a gift, that is why it is called
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Welcome to Hometown Lawyers

  • January 29, 2015
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Hello, and welcome to Hometown Lawyers.  I am JP Paraschos, Vice President of HometownLawyers.net. I have practiced law for more than 15 years, in large firms in New York City and smaller firms in New York State, for corporate clients as well as individuals, and as in-house counsel.  My area of expertise is predominantly business
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Our Story

  • January 20, 2015
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I was done. That was it… the last call I would receive from an upset client. The call came from Karl. He was someone who optimistically hired the law firm I was working for, then a few months later called me back but this time sounded very dejected. He informed me that the lawyer who
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