If you've had a hard drive in your computer die or an external hard drive or even an SD card from a camera stop working, often times the data can be recovered. You can bring it in to me for a free appraisal to let you know the chances of getting your data back.
There are basically two types of problems that can happen to your data storage device; a physical failure or a software failure.
Physical failure is something like the drive heads getting stuck or the logic board of the drive failing. There are a number of possible fixes for all physical failures.
Software failure is something like the partitions getting lost or corrupted, accidental deletion or simply a drive that won't boot but will show up in other ways.
BACKUP INSTEAD OF RECOVER DATA
In an ideal world data recovery wouldn't even be necessary as everyone would be doing backups, therefore a hard drive dying would not be much of a problem as the data could simply be restored from the backup. Check out the Data Backup page for more info.