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The Law Offices of Joel J. Kofsky

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1500 John F. Kennedy Blvd., Suite 550
Philadelphia, PA 19102
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The most reliable and experienced slip and fall attorney

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Editorial review from Citysearch 6/26/2012

The most reliable and experienced slip and fall attorney more

Great representation & service... 3/10/2011

During my driving career, I have hired more than a few law firms to represent me in Philadelphia traffic court; in that regard, this review comes with a good deal of perspective. When I first engaged Mr. Kofsky, I was immediately impressed by the level of service his firm provided. His team was extremely easy to work with, responsive to my questions, knowledgeable, and always willing to help. Although I had a very difficult case, I knew that I had a distinct advantage because of Joel's experience and expertise; he knows the people, processes, and strategies necessary to help turn the tables in anyone's favor. I am entirely impressed by Mr. Kofsky and his firm - he is best-in-class at a competitive price... a very rare combination. Should I ever need representation again, I won't have to think twice about who to choose. Joel Kofsky comes with my highest recommendation. more
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