In order to get to know us a little better, please take a moment to view our most recent television ads.
AM Buffalo and WNY Living
Our law firm is honored to have, over the years, regularly appeared on AM Buffalo (Channel 7) and WNY Living (Channel 2), our local television news magazine shows. We continue to enjoy this relationship with Channel 7 and have numerous scheduled appearances into the future. On these shows, Herschel Gelber and Timothy G. O’Connell and, very recently, Stephanie S. Gelber, discuss relevant and important topics about personal injury law. Some of the topics covered are:
Gelber & O’Connell, LLC is also excited to have become more involved with some of our locally owned radio stations, such as WECK, WUFO-AM and WDCX, in order to educate their listeners about the above topics. Stephanie S. Gelber has been interviewed numerous times and is scheduled to be interviewed in the future. She will continue to teach the public about personal injury law, as well as discuss topics relating to the special issues women face after a serious accident and the choice available to both women and men to work with our female personal injury attorneys.
Pledge 2 Drive Responsibly
Gelber & O’Connell, LLC was a co-sponsor with Channel 2 in a 2012 campaign to educate the public to drive responsibly and end distracted driving. Through Public Service Announcements and community events, in addition to the WNY Living appearances, we are proud to have given back to the Buffalo area and help our teens make better driving decisions.
Pledge 2 Not Drink and Drive
Gelber & O’Connell, LLC was also a co-sponsor with Channel 2 in a 2011 campaign to educate the public not to drink and drive. Through Public Service Announcements and community events (Erie County Fair, Galleria of Treats), in addition to the WNY Living appearances, we were happy to give back to Western New York to help drivers make better decisions and increase safety on the roads.
Think B4 U TXT 2011 Campaign
We were one of several original sponsors for the Campaign against texting while driving initiated by Channel 4 (and sister station CW23). The campaign was created to bring a broad awareness of the dangers involved in texting while driving. Through both Public Service Announcements and the promotion of thumb bands, which were distributed to serve as a reminder not to text while driving, an effort was made to reach out to the community and, in particular, newer high school and college drivers, to be attentive to the significant dangers of texting while driving.