Justice Guardians

Justice Guardians Germantown- Personal Injury Attorney

Germantown, PA personal injury lawyers handle cases involving car accidents and slip and falls, dog bites, birth injuries, pedestrian accidents and premises liability lawsuits. We also handle truck accidents and motorcycle accidents. We also handle sexual abuse lawsuits, workers compensation cases, construction accidents, work injury cases, and workers comp cases. Our lawyers from the Germantown Philadelphia, PA law office serve those injured in Germantown, Penn-Knox, Wister, East Germantown, Northwest Philadelphia, Mt Airy, Chestnut Hill, West Mount Airy, Northwest Philadelphia, Ogontz, Olney, Olney-Oak Lane, Belfield, and East Mount Airy, PA.


Justice Guardians


352 Church Ln
Philadelphia Pennsylvania 19144
United States


(445) 200-5285

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Jefferson A

Medical Malpractice Lawyer Germantown, PA

Justice Guardians went above and beyond for my family and I during our medical malpractice lawsuit. The entire incident was traumatizing enough, but Laurence and his team took all the legal pressure off of us and even helped me find more reputable medical care at Einstein Medical Center in Philly. Highly recommended team of injury lawyers!

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Alfred G

Hit by a drunk driver lawyer Germantown, PA

I could not have asked for a better legal staff to take care of my family and I. After getting hit by a drunk driver off Germantown Ave, I was worried I wouldn’t be able to get money for car repairs but David and his team went to work. Highly recommended law firm in my neighborhood!

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Ester M

Car Accident Case Germantown, PA

I had a great experience working with Laurence on all aspects of my car accident case. I am appreciative of all their hard work and dedication to the legal services they provided to people in need of representation. If you

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