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The Attorneys at Fodera & Long have combined Over 70 Years Legal Trial Experience. These Attorneys have represented hundreds of clients. They have recovered tens of millions of dollars in awards, by way of verdict or settlement, for their clients.

Attorney Leonard V. Fodera has been voted by his peers, in the legal community, as a Pennsylvania Super Lawyer for eleven consecutive years. He is a former member of the board of directors of the Philadelphia Trial Lawyers association. Mr. Fodera maintains the highest possible rating for Legal ability and ethical standards ( AV Preeminent ) from Lexis/Nexis peer review Martindale-Hubbell. He has tried numerous cases to success before juries over the course of his career. He is a seasoned, experienced civil Trial Lawyer who fights for the rights of his clients.

Attorney Allison Long is a member of the American Association of Justice and The Philadelphia Trial Lawyers Association. She is an experienced Trial Lawyer and litigator. Ms. Long represents individuals who have been victims of the negligence of others. She concentrates in the area of Professional negligence and personal injury. She is a strong and persuasive advocate for victim rights.

Attorney Albert Brooks holds memberships with many legal organizations including the Philadelphia Trial Lawyers Association, the Philadelphia Bar Association, The Pennsylvania Bar Association and the American Association...Read More

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Injured And Not Getting A Fair Offer?

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Personal Injury

If you were injured in an accident on a bus, train or trolley, and you paid your fare with a Weekly or Monthly Pass, that Pass may be a critical piece of evidence for you.

Most buses, trains and trolleys now have video cameras. The information that is recorded by the bar-code swipe from your Weekly or Monthly Pass will document the fact that you got on the bus, train or trolley, the vehicle number, and possibly even the identity of the operator.

All of those things may become important if you need to pursue a claim for compensation for your injuries. But that information may only be saved for a few months after you swipe your card.

If you have been injured on a bus, train or trolley and you boarded with a Weekly or Monthly Pass, save the Pass and make a photocopy of it. Report the incident promptly, and include a copy of the Pass’ barcode.
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