Whether you are defending yourself against a civil charge or pursuing one of your own, dealing with a lawsuit can be stressful and mentally taxing. Whatever your needs, the Delaware County litigation attorneys at Raffaele Puppio are ready to come to your aid and see you through the most perplexing of legal matters. We will advise you through all stages of your case, from filing to trial to settlement negotiations to appeals. Our litigators have decades of experience dealing with a wide variety of general litigation cases and will fight for your rights in both the courtroom and the meeting room.
Our experienced trial attorneys can cut through a morass of litigation and assist our clients in achieving the best possible results in the most cost-effective manner. Our aggressive and innovative Delaware County litigators provide our clients with a significant edge both in court and in settlement negotiations. Our attorneys are experienced in various types of disputes, including personal injury, commercial matters, education law matters, municipal and government policy issues, and criminal defense.
Our firm also has experience litigating appeals at all levels of the courts including the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania.
Our experienced litigation attorneys also have the advantage of being able to call upon other members of the firm as necessary to address particular client needs. As is our practice firm-wide, our attorneys and staff members are accessible and responsive to our clients’ needs.
The attorneys at Raffaele Puppio know the ins and outs of the Delaware County courts; we use our specific knowledge to help our clients achieve their goals. Our highest priority is meeting your needs and resolving your case in a satisfactory manner.
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