I. This Website Is Not Legal Advice and Does Not Create an Attorney-Client Relationship
The information in this website is not legal advice. It is an introduction to the Berger Montague law firm and is intended only to provide general information about the law firm. You should not treat this website information as legal advice.
Using this website to communicate with us about potential representation or to seek legal advice does not create an attorney-client relationship between you and the Berger Montague. We will only serve as your attorney if you and we both agree that we will do so. This agreement will normally be in a written retainer
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To the extent that applicable rules or laws in your jurisdiction require us to designate a principal office and/or single attorney to be responsible for this website, Berger Montague designates its principal office as Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and designates Eric L. Cramer as the attorney responsible for this website.
The information on this website does not necessarily reflect the opinions of Berger Montague or any of its attorneys or clients, nor is it guaranteed to be correct, complete, or up to date. Each case is different and the “judicial praise” and case results referred to in this website are not intended to be, nor should they be understood as, a representation that equivalent results will be achieved in any given case.
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