About Our Established And Respected Law Firm
On June 1, 2013, the Buffalo office of Brown & Tarantino, LLC, became The Tarantino Law Firm, LLP. Our team is pleased to carry on Carmen Tarantino’s legacy by continuing to offer our clients zealous representation, both inside and outside the courtroom.
Since the inception of our practice over 20 years ago, our attorneys at The Tarantino Law Firm have successfully expanded their practice into areas of premises liability, construction accidents and employment law, among others.
Our Firm’s Focus
We now focus on representing the rights of professionals, small businesses and individuals in medical malpractice defense, professional licensing and privileging investigations, insurance defense, and business, employment, real estate and estate planning matters. Our firm prides itself on its responsiveness to clients, taking a client-centered approach to each case. This allows us to get to know each individual client and his or her practice, and tailor our pursuit of a solution in light of his or her needs and goals. We seek an efficient, cost-effective avenue whenever possible.
- Brian J. Weidner
- Ann M. Campbell
- Susan A. Eberle
- Kevin P. Wicka
- Tamsin J. Hager
- Kimberly A. Cline
- Daniel K. Comerford
- Jacob A. Piorkowski
- Erica R. Gasiewicz
- Nick DeMarco
- Sandie Lindell – Nurse Paralegal
- Danielle M. Wittmeyer – Nurse Paralegal
- Candace D’Orazio – Paralegal
- Laura Charney – Legal Assistant
About Our Founder, Carmen P. Tarantino, Esq.
Carmen Tarantino received his Bachelor of Arts and his Juris Doctor degrees, cum laude, from the State University of New York at Buffalo School of Law. In 1993, he formed the Brown & Tarantino, LLP, partnership with Rochester, New York, attorney David E. Brown.
Carmen was a veteran litigator and had extensive trial experience in the defense of medical malpractice claims against physicians, hospitals and other health care professionals, as well as substantial trial experience in the defense of personal injury and product liability actions. To those of us who worked with him, he was a dynamic, generous and humorous leader, but to his opponents in the courtroom, he was a formidable foe, known for his blistering and unrelenting style of cross-examination and his eloquent and impassioned summations to the jury. His peers recognized him as an eminent local attorney in the area of medical malpractice litigation.
Carmen’s favorite hobby was bird watching. He traveled across the globe in search of rare species. His last birding trip took him to Alaska in June 2003.
Unfortunately, Carmen died in September 2004 after a brave battle with cancer, but we are still inspired by his commitment to legal excellence.