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Law Firm of Paul R. Weber Celebrates 25th Anniversary in Bucks County
Date:2/5/2010

Langhorne-based personal injury law firm remains steady fixture in community well into its third decade of fighting for rights of Bucks County residents

Langhorne, Penn. (Lexis Nexis) February 5, 2010 -- The well-respected Langhorne-based Law Firm of Paul R. Weber is celebrating its 25th anniversary of representing Bucks County residents in a wide variety of personal injury disputes.

Founded in 1985 by Pennsylvania native Paul Weber, the firm has established a proven track record of securing outstanding settlements and awards for people injured and killed in accidents. Weber has represented thousands of Bucks County personal injury victims and has won tens of millions of dollars in settlements and awards for his clients.

"I'm proud to have served this community for 25 years, providing personal and reliable service to clients who are in need of expert legal counsel," said Weber, who has 33 years of experience as an attorney and is one of the most highly regarded Bucks County injury lawyers. "During the past two-plus decades, a lot of law firms have come and gone in Bucks County, but our firm has been as steady as a rock. We have worked hard to build a reputation for ourselves as a firm that can be trusted and this is a responsibility we take very seriously."

In conjunction with the firm's 25th anniversary, Weber unveiled a new Web site at www.paulweberlaw.com. The site features a helpful "FAQs" page, which contains free information for individuals to better evaluate whether they have a potential legal case, how much their case may be worth, and how to decide which attorney they should retain. The site also provides visitors with a "Links" page, which offers one-click access to a variety of useful online resources regarding the Pennsylvania legal system.

Weber and his team have the proven record, resources, and commitment needed by the seriously injured and their families. The firm represents people injured in automobile accidents, slip and fall cases, construction site injuries, dog bite injuries and a wide range of additional personal injuries.

For more information about the Law Firm of Paul R. Weber, please go to www.paulweberlaw.com or call 215.752.7676.

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