Since 1994, Mr. Swain has represented clients in personal injury, wrongful death,... more
Since 1994, Mr. Swain has represented clients in personal injury, wrongful death, malpractice, and in other complex civil litigation matters. He has both a law degree and a master's degree in trial advocacy. He has obtained multi-million dollar results for his clients. Mr. Swain resides in Bucks County, Pennsylvania, with his family.
Chris Bradley is a proud husband and father of four children. He is active in his... more
Chris Bradley is a proud husband and father of four children. He is active in his kids' lives, broad range of sporting and performing activities and community. He also is an active volunteer through Child Advocacy programs and local and regional charities.
When I began practicing law in 1995, I dedicated my practice to zealously helping my... more
When I began practicing law in 1995, I dedicated my practice to zealously helping my clients receive the full damage awards they are due. I am not afraid to stand up to the large insurance companies and their defense teams. I'm a confident negotiator, and I'm not afraid to take your case all the way to court when the insurance companies don't want to fairly compensate you for your injuries. Wh... view profile
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