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$425,000 broken leg settlement

$425,000 broken leg settlement. Imagine what happens when you or a loved one suffers an injury. Imagine what happens when you or your loved one suffers an injury due to the negligence of others. Injury lawyers Thomas Kenny and Eileen Burns started their legal careers helping those who were hurt and victimized.

Attorney Kenny started his career in the Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office where he tried thousands of cases to verdict helping every day citizens when they hurt by criminals. Attorney Kenny finished his government career leaving from the Major Trials Division in the Philadelphia DAO and started his firm in 2006 to help those who have been victimized by negligent land owners and auto mobile drivers.

Attorney Burns started her career fighting for victims in mass tort and the class action field going after big companies and making sure justice is served for the “little guy”.

Together the firm that was started in 2006 has helped many thousands of clients who are without hope and need justice. Just recently, in Philadelphia Attorney Burns secured a whopping $425,000 settlement for negligence which caused a victim’s injuries over a broken leg. If you or a loved one needs help in an injury matter, call/text the injury team at Kenny, Burns & McGill at (215) 423-5500 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. $425,000 broken leg settlement.

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    1500 John F. Kennedy Boulevard
    Suite 520
    Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19102
    Phone: 215-423-5500
    Fax: 215-231-9847
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