James Alexander, Esq.


Syracuse University College of Law

Awards and Recognition

Million Dollar Advocates Forum

Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum

Elite Lawyers of America – Silver Member


American Bar Association
American Association for Justice
New York State Bar Association
New York State Trial Lawyers' Association
Onondaga County Bar Association

James Alexander

Attorney & Founder

(315) 479-8660

[email protected]

Over 35 Years Experience


James Alexander founded the Law Firm and has been prosecuting personal injury, wrongful death, and general negligence cases for over 30 years.

He has represented more than a thousand clients during his career and has won millions of dollars in settlements and verdicts for them. James also consults with the associate attorneys in the Firm and manages much of the Firm’s general business.

James is an accomplished trial lawyer. The focus of his legal career has been representing personal injury victims in claims arising from motor vehicle crashes, general negligence claims, construction accidents, products liability, medical malpractice, and injuries to children. He is admitted to practice in the State and Federal Courts. He is a member of the American Association of Justice, American Bar Association, New York State Bar Association, New York State Trial Lawyers Association (Board of Directors), and the Onondaga County Bar Association.

James has lectured at lawyer seminars on the subjects of personal injury, civil practice, and has been a featured speaker at the Syracuse College of Law. James’ experience and expertise is exemplified in the numerous cases and precedents set by him in reported cases.

The Heavy Hitters

As everyone in the community knows, Alexander & Associates are known as The Heavy Hitters. James has been a strong proponent of lawyer advertising as it benefits the public by informing people of their rights and assists them in retaining counsel.

Some years ago State Judges attempted to restrict the content of lawyers’ commercials. James believed this was an unconstitutional restraint on free speech. He filed suit and won the case before the Second Circuit Court of Appeals. The restrictive rules were struck down. This is one of the most significant cases in recent history regarding lawyer advertising and it put James on the front page of the Wall Street Journal: See Here