The Brod Law Firm
32 years in business7600 Stenton Ave. 1-L
Philadelphia, PA 19118-3245
- (215) 247-7758
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- (888) 435-7946
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Type of EntitySole Proprietorship
- Mr. Gary Brod, Attorney
- Product Liability Lawyer
- Employment Lawyers
- Litigation Lawyer
- Personal Injury Lawyer
- Insurance Lawyer
- Medical Malpractice Lawyers
- Civil Lawyer
- Workers Compensation Lawyers
- 3rd Party Workers Compensation Lawyers
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Attorney Gary Brod is the founder of The Brod Law Firm. For more than
three decades, individuals throughout the state who have been injured
through the fault of another, or who are involved in disputes with
insurance companies, have looked to Philadelphia Lawyer Gary Brod to
help them get proper compensation and reimbursement for their injuries.
His experience covers the vast depth and landscape of virtually any type
of personal injury case imaginable. Mr. Brod found great inspiration to
become a lawyer from Ralph Nader whose selfless devotion and dogged
persistence on advocating and developing legal protections for consumers
against large corporations exemplified the ideal of what can be
accomplished by one individual when the cause is right. In addition to
his dedication to his injured clients, Gary Brod has devoted time to pro
bono representation and has been recognized as such for his work in
Berks County. They provide personal attention and an
experienced and caring staff who understand what it is like for
individuals and families to live through even the most devastating and
catastrophic injuries. The well being of their clients is paramount. The
power lies in their ability to translate their client’s pain and suffering
into a just result. The law offices located in Philadelphia, Reading,
Bala Cynwyd, and Centre Square Pennsylvania handle all areas of
Pennsylvania personal injury law, whether you or a family member
suffered a seemingly moderate injury from a fender bender to
catastrophic injuries or wrongful death of a loved one arising from a
wide range of causes including auto, trucking and bus
accidents,motorcycle workers compensation, medical malpractice,
uninsured motorists, slip and fall, dog bites, pharmaceutical injuries,
product liability caused by medical devices, and asbestosis. In over
three decades of practice, Gary Brod has successfully handled cases of
injured victims in at least 53 counties from Philadelphia to Pittsburgh.
They have the skill and time tested experience to work as swiftly as
possible to get you the money and justice you deserve. They measure
success by exceeding their clients’ expectations. Often, that means
obtaining the maximum amount of the insurance policy or an exceptional
value for each particular case, whether by settlement, mediation,
arbitration, or trial.
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