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    At the Marrone Law Firm, LLC, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, we are fully prepared to help you protect your rights while fighting to achieve the favorable outcomes you deserve for the serious and complex legal challenges threatening your life, your livelihood, your freedom and your future. For more than 25 years now, our law firm has been the go-to source for clients throughout the greater...

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    At van der Veen, O'Neill, Hartshorn, and Levin, our attorneys provide aggressive and unwavering representation for victims of catastrophic accidents in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Although we cannot take away the pain and trauma from injuries or the death of a loved one, we use our vast experience and legal knowledge to advocate for clients involved in car and motorcycle crashes, commercial...

  • With offices in Langhorne, Pennsylvania, New Hope, Pennsylvania and Hamilton, New Jersey, Begley, Carlin & Mandio, LLP is a full-service law firm serving individuals, businesses and government entities in Bucks County, Philadelphia, Southeastern Pennsylvania and New Jersey since 1933.  Our personal injury department helps victims of car accidents slip-and-fall accidents, medical...

  • Since 1968, the Hessley Law Offices has been providing quality legal services to clients throughout Warren County, Pennsylvania. Our law firm handles all legal matters, but concentrates on criminal defense, civil litigation and family law concerns. Whether you are facing a criminal charge, civil litigation dispute or complex family law concern, our goal is to help you resolve your issue as quickly...

  • At the Latrobe, Pennsylvania, location of Sharon L. Wigle, Attorney at Law, I serve clients dealing with employment law, contract law, education law and estate planning issues. I am committed to delivering exceptional service to the people who come to my law office seeking help. Through using clear and concise language, I break down their options and answer their questions honestly. My goal is to...

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