Edward T. Mazzu, Jr. is a trial lawyer and the founding member of Mazzu Law. Since its launch in 2020, Mazzu Law has quickly spread its reach from Buffalo, to New York City, and now to a third location in Dallas.
Growing up just outside of Buffalo, he learned the value of hard work from his father and developed a blue-collar work ethic. At 19, he was accepted into the apprentice program with Ironworkers Local 6 in Buffalo, New York. He worked every aspect of the trade from being a structural steel high-rise connector to placing reinforcing steel on bridge jobs.
After 10 years working as a union ironworker, having worked on hundreds of construction sites from New York to Las Vegas, he was seriously injured in a construction accident that left him unable to continue as an ironworker.
Determined not to be defined by his injuries, he set out on a new path helping others overcome adversity and rebuild their lives after a serious injury. He went back to school at age 30 and completed and associates, bachelor’s, and a law degree in just 5 years. In doing so, he transformed himself into a litigator with an unmatched ability to handle construction injury cases — The Ironworker Lawyer.
With decades of combined experience in construction and civil litigation, he delivers an unparalleled dynamic that gives his clients an edge in the courtroom. His unique perspective and knowledge of the construction industry, sets Mazzu Law apart from other injury law firms, especially when it comes to construction injury cases.
As a devoted husband and father of three, Edward T. Mazzu, Jr. is committed to living a principled life, aligned by a definite purpose and guided by Core Values. He remains a proud member of Ironworkers Local 6.