Reiff Law Firm
Philadelphia Car Accident Lawyer
The attorneys of Reiff Law Firm are passionate advocates for victims of serious accidents. We accept clients throughout Pennsylvania and New Jersey, and offer free initial consultations regarding their injury cases at our home office in Center City Philadelphia. Contact us today if you have been injured in a slip and falls accident, car accident, or product defect accident.
Reiff Law Firm is the best choice if you’re looking for a Philadelphia lawyer who can help you with your car accident case. The type of compensation that an insurance company may offer you is often limited. Insurance companies don’t pay for pain and suffering. That means that smaller injuries that did not need medical treatment might not get you compensated for the pain you faced. Reiff Law Firm has a combined 35+ year of experience representing car accident victims. Our team will concentrate on investigating and finding facts to achieve the best possible outcome for maximum settlement or compensation.
Reiff Law Firm
1500 John F. Kennedy Blvd #501Philadelphia Pennsylvania 19102United States
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