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Philadelphia’s Personal Injury Firm

The Pearce Law Firm Difference: Not Your Average Personal Injury Attorney

When you are the victim of a personal injury, you need to know that you have an exceptionally smart lawyer with proven results. This is exactly what you will receive should you choose The Pearce Law Firm, P.C. We have achieved multi-million dollar settlements for victims and their families who have suffered tragic results of a severe injury in some of the most complex personal injury litigation cases.

We have been recognized by our peers as outstanding. The lawyers at The Pearce Law Firm, P.C. have received the prestigious Super Lawyers; Philadelphia’s Best Lawyers; Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum; and Rising Star awards. The firm has received the highest “AV” rating for legal ability and ethical standards from Martindale-Hubbell, the nation’s oldest and most respected attorney-rating service.

In today’s environment, you need not only a Philadelphia personal injury lawyer with national recognition and proven results, you need an exceptionally intelligent lawyer who will give you personal attention.  As a member of MENSA, the high IQ society, Edith Pearce is not afraid to take on the largest insurance companies and handle the most complex personal injury cases.  Unlike the huge firms with dozens of attorneys and many different attorneys handling different aspects of your case, Philadelphia personal injury lawyer Edith Pearce is personally involved in every case the firm handles from start to finish. She genuinely cares about her clients and you will not be treated like just another case or file.

Intelligence with Inside Knowledge to get you Maximum Settlements for your accident

Edith Pearce and The Pearce Law Firm have a competitive advantage in settling cases and maximizing recovery for their clients. Ms. Pearce began her legal career working for almost ten years as a trial lawyer for an insurance company and then a defense law firm, giving her inside knowledge on insurance practices and trial defenses.  She knows the “tricks of the trade” in settling cases. However, we also are not afraid to go to trial if we cannot achieve a good settlement.  If your case goes to trial, you will know you have one of the smartest Philadelphia personal injury lawyers in the courtroom, with Edith Pearce (a member of MENSA) personally trying every major case the firm takes to trial.  We offer our clients the personal attention and individualized representation needed to achieve the highest results possible.

The Pearce Law Firm difference is that you receive a law firm and an attorney with inside knowledge of the insurance industry, superior intelligence, national reputation, peer recognition of being rated the best of the best, and the personal attention and compassion we provide our clients.

We are dedicated to protecting your rights and obtaining full and fair compensation for you.

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If you have been injured in a personal injury in Philadelphia or anywhere in Pennsylvania or New Jersey, call us today for a FREE PERSONAL INJURY CONSULTATION.

Client Testimonials

The Pearce Law Firm

Compassionate & Thorough Attorney

“My mother was in an accident while a passenger in a van. I knew my mother would not be comfortable with most attorneys. Edie was very compassionate and understanding. Yet, she was very tough with the insurance company. She was very thorough in getting all the medical bills paid. My mother received a settlement that I could not have imagined.”

Written by: Elaine, Souderton – PA

Car Accident Case

5 / 5 stars

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