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Miller, Murtha & Psoras Secures Multimillion-Dollar Settlement for Victim of Industrial Accident at Bethlehem Steel
Date:10/6/2008

recover monetary damages that allow them to deal with the financial hardships typically associated with serious personal injuries."

Miller, Murtha & Psoras is a Maryland-based law firm concentrating in civil litigation and criminal defense. The firm offers high-quality legal representation in various http://www.mmplegal.com/practice-areas.jsp [areas of practice] and in both federal and state courts.

For more information about Miller, Murtha & Psoras, please visit http://www.mmplegal.com or call 410.583.6969.

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