The Levin Firm was founded in 2005 by Gabriel Levin, Esquire and Brian Zeiger, Esquire, who had worked together for many years at the Defender Association of Philadelphia. The lawyers of The Levin Firm consider themselves trial lawyers – they are intense, zealous and aggressive advocates for their clients and are willing to take every case to a jury in order to get justice. The firm prides itself on providing high quality legal representation in a personalized atmosphere.
While serving as Public Defenders, Attorneys The Levin Firm gained invaluable trial experience, representing individuals charged with crimes ranging from misdemeanors to major felonies. Because of these experiences, the attorneys combined their expertise, creating the law firm of The Levin Firm.
The Levin Firm recognizes that our success depends upon gaining the trust of our clients, as well as the judges and jury before whom we appear. As a result, the firm is known for its painstaking preparation and attention to detail. This focus on excellence can be a crucial factor when a client’s liberty is on the line or when a jury deliberates to decide how much compensation to award to a seriously injured client. Just as important to the firm is the need to work with our clients, as well as their family and friends. Often, these people can provide valuable insight that can help us as we prepare for trial.
That is why, when you need a lawyer, you should call the Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and New Jersey personal injury lawyers at The Levin Firm, who represent every client zealously in order to obtain the best results possible in each case.
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