2018 is Faraci Lange's 50th year in business. The firm is commemorating it's landmark anniversary by looking back at it's history and celebrating 50 years of success with the Faraci Lange team.
Founding partner Angelo G. Faraci began practicing personal injury law at the start of his career in 1957 with one driving goal in mind -- he wanted to help people.
In 1968, Angelo formed what was then called Faraci Guadagnino with Joe Guadagnino and the firm's partnership was originated. Angelo specialized in the personal injury matters of the firm and Joe handled the general practice.
Paul K. Lange entered the partnership in 1975, after Angelo went head-to-head against Paul on a personal injury case and quickly recognized Paul's skill and shared commitment to clients. The firm then became known as Faraci Guadagnino and Lange.
Through the years, Angelo and Paul expanded the firm by bringing together other attorneys and professional staff who shared their passion for litigation and their dedication to helping people.
In 2007, the firm's name was changed to what it is now known as: Faraci Lange, LLP.
After years of representing personal injury plaintiffs in both Erie and Niagara counties, Faraci Lange opened its Buffalo office in early 2012 in order to better serve Western New York clients more efficiently and effectively.
Today, the firm boasts a highly respected and talented team of attorneys and support staff, including full-time nurse consultants, experienced paralegals and legal assistants.
Ultimately, the firm's success has been, and will continue to be, measured against Angelo Faraci's original goal -- to help people.