Elizabeth A. Wolff

Attorney | Albany

1-800-LAW-AMPM

Areas of Practice – Personal Injury
Education – Hofstra University, B.A. Suffolk Law School, Juris Doctor, Magna Cum Laude
Admissions – New York Massachusetts
Memberships – New York State Bar Association
After a stint of teaching Spanish to elementary students, Liz moved to Boston to attend law school, where she had the prestigious honor of an internship at the Massachusetts Office of Attorney General, Tom Reilly. She now lives and practices law in Albany.


Liz has settled thousands of Motor Vehicle accident cases during her decade with the firm. She has attended numerous Continuing Legal Education Courses, including:

  • Settling the Case and Sleeping at Night: How to Protect Your Client’s Recovery
  • Medicare Liens
  • Tort and Insurance Law Practice
  • NYS workers’ compensation Law & Recent Case Law Changes
  • The Engineering Expert in Accident Reconstruction
  • New Technology in Collission Reconstruction
  • Ethical Pitfalls Facing Attorneys
  • Legal Issues in Plaintiff’s Personal Injury
  • Beyond Medicaid: Alternative Methods for Financing Long Term Care
  • Decedent’s Estate in Negligence cases
  • Labor Law: Plaintiffs Perspective
  • Ethics & professionalism
  • Technology in the Courtroom
  • EBT strategy
  • Litigating Spinal Injury Cases
  • Biomechanical Engineering Principal and Personal Injury Litigation
  • Nursing Home Litigation
  • Veterans Disability Practice

Every year since 2013 Elizabeth Wolff has given powerful presentations at community events and local Albany high schools, helping to spread awareness about the dangers of distracted driving. Mrs. Wolff and CBS6 News team up to give out bracelets, hats and anti-texting and driving postcards to the students. If you would like Mrs. Wolff to speak at your child’s high school about the dangers of texting and driving, contact Danielle Mackey at [email protected].

Recent Case Results:

Maintenance Worker Slips On Icy, Leaking Roof – Recovers $600,000 at Mediation
Garbage Truck Hits Stopped Car In Rear – $475,000 Settlement

Recent Headlines:

CBS 6 Albany, Drive Safe Campaign