Practice areas

Bankruptcy: Consumer, Personal Injury – General: Plaintiff, Civil Litigation: Plaintiff, Real Estate: Consumer

Christopher D. Smith serves as a founding partner and practicing attorney at the esteemed law firm Smith and Messina, LLP, headquartered in Blasdell, New York. Holding a valid license to practice law in the state of New York, he has garnered a track record of success while representing numerous clients across various legal arenas, including bankruptcy law encompassing Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 cases, debt collection, debt relief, and foreclosure matters. Furthermore, Mr. Smith provides valuable legal counsel in personal injury and real estate matters.

His educational journey commenced with an undergraduate degree in psychology from The State University of New York at Buffalo, followed by his enrollment in the University at Buffalo School of Law. Graduating with honors, Mr. Smith attained a jurisprudence doctorate, establishing a solid foundation for his legal career.

With an extensive tenure exceeding 19 years in the legal field, Mr. Smith has guided countless clients through legal complexities, representing them in various state courts, including the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Western District of New York. His profound understanding of state-mandated laws, coupled with a wealth of litigation experience, enables him to craft cost-effective and personalized legal strategies for his clients.

Whether tackling straightforward or intricate legal issues, Mr. Smith diligently conducts thorough research to grasp the nuances of his clients’ challenges before formulating tailored solutions. He prioritizes timely communication, ensuring that his clients remain informed and at ease regarding the progress of their cases. Notably, he boasts an “Excellent” rating on Avvo, underscoring his dedication to delivering top-notch legal services.

Since 2003, Mr. Smith has maintained active membership in both the Erie County Bar Foundation and the New York City Bar Association, further demonstrating his commitment to the legal profession.

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