Cooper Schall and Levy is a boutique personal injury and commercial law practice serving individuals, families, and businesses throughout Philadelphia, including all surrounding counties and New Jersey. Founding partners Charles Cooper and Robert Schall are well-versed in all areas of personal injury litigation and dedicate their practice to fighting for the rights of personal injury victims in a multitude of areas, including medical malpractice, product liability, and motor vehicle accidents. Charles Cooper and Robert Schall, with their 64 combined years of experience, have a proven track record of holding negligent individuals, corporations and their insurers liable, and have obtained significant settlements and jury verdicts on behalf of many clients. Partner Robert Levy is the firm’s lead commercial law attorney, representing individual and business clients in both Pennsylvania and New Jersey on a wide range of matters including formation of business entities, corporate transactions, tax planning, real estate, and estate planning and administration.
Regardless of the issue, you are facing, you can trust us to always put your best interests first and make sure that your rights are protected. We believe that clients can be well-served by reaching negotiated settlements; nonetheless, we have the skills and resources to litigate any matter. We are committed to achieving successful outcomes whether through litigation at trial or arbitration or through negotiation and mediation. When you become our client, you become a client for life and have the confidence of knowing that a winning legal team is on your side.
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