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Unlike most personal injury law firms where you meet with one attorney only to have your case handed off to another attorney or paralegal, attorney Edward Smith personally handles every case himself, from start to finish. At other firms, when you call with questions about your...
My time in the military and especially my youth in the streets of New York has taught me much about dealing with difficult situations. I am grateful for that education and I employ it to help my clients.
I wasn't born with a silver spoon and relate well to others who worked their way up.
My practice is devoted solely to Personal Injury and Wrongful Death cases on behalf of injured persons. I have never nor will I ever...
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