At Haggerty, Goldberg, Schleifer & Kupersmith, P.C. we represent individuals and families who have suffered injuries and damages as a result of an accident or workplace injury. With decades of collective legal experience, our personal injury attorneys have become recognized throughout Philadelphia, Reading, and Eastern Pennsylvania for the real passion we possess for restoring justice on behalf of the wrongfully injured. As a highly regarded group of trial attorneys with an unparalleled record of success, our team is more than qualified to take on even the most complicated cases.
We represent people—not corporations or insurance companies, and we stand ready to fight for you regardless of how complicated your situation may be.
As personal injury lawyers who have served Philadelphia and the surrounding region for years, we can leverage our experience, resources, and reputation to put injured victims in the best possible position to recover the compensation they deserve.
Whether you have been harmed in a car accident or you’ve been hurt on the job, our team works diligently to guide you through the legal process using strategies personalized to your situation, and to provide the voice victims need to fight back against powerful insurance companies.
We understand how overwhelming it can be to take legal action after an injury. When a client chooses to entrust in our services as their source of legal representation, we are genuinely honored, and do everything within our power to ensure that our client receives the attentive and compassionate support they deserve. We recognize that the stress from sustaining an injury can be difficult enough to handle, and we do not wish to add any additional pressure to our clients’ lives. For this reason, we do not accept payment from our clients unless we are successful in helping them recover compensation for the injuries they have endured.
In response to the current Coronavirus and in compliance with Governor Wolf’s order the HGSK offices in Holland, Allentown, Reading, Lancaster, and Philadelphia will be closed to the public until further notice. We will continue to work remotely and are available by phone and email. You can click here to contact our attorneys by email. Please check back for updated information.