Review of Jeff Laffey, Philadelphia Work Accident Lawyer
Firm founder Jeff Laffey concentrates his practice on representing workers injured in work related accidents in the Philadelphia area. As the son of a proud union carpenter, Jeff is passionate about providing legal services to injured workers. He is licensed in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. Learn more about Philadelphia work accident lawyer, Jeff Laffey.
“I just can’t say enough great things about Jeff. He handled everything from start to finish, absolutely beautifully. The main thing with Jeff was he was a straight shooter who always took care of me.” -Frank Gillmore
Review Published: October 24, 2014
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