Washington University of St. Louis, B.S.B.A. Accounting & Finance, 1997
Temple University, M.B.A., 2000
Temple University School of Law, J.D., 2000
Business Editor, Environmental Law and Technology Journal, Temple University School of Law
Attorney Brian Zeiger is licensed to practice law before all Pennsylvania state courts as well as the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania and the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit
Philadelphia Bar Association
To arrange a consultation with Brian Zeiger, please give a call at 215-825-5183 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Attorney Brian Zeiger has a track record of recovery in civil matters. He is a protector of individual rights. When his clients’ liberty and freedom are restricted for no just cause, he fights for those clients to ensure a recovery. When the government and its actors injury a citizen, those citizens must complain and fight back against the government or change will never occur. Mr. Zeiger is the advocate who fights against the government for a recovery for those people who have been injured by the police, the government, or while in custody.
In addition, Mr. Zeiger understands the rights of victims. Whether folks are victims of sex crimes, or victims of any type of crime, Mr. Zeiger looks for a recovery where other lawyers do not. Brian leverages his insight of criminal law and civil rights litigation against victims rights to understand how to make a recovery for his clients.
Mr. Zeiger is passionate about jury trials and his true home is in the courtroom. Often times when prospective clients ask Mr. Zeiger why they should hire him, the answer is that sometimes clients need a fighter. Mr. Zeiger routinely tries cases in front of jury which distinguishes him from his peers.
Brian was named a Super Lawyer in Philadelphia Magazine’s Rising Stars issue.
To schedule a free consultation with Mr. Zeiger, please call our office today at (215) 825-5183.
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