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Lemon Law Attorneys Once Again Honored As Super Lawyers

June 09, 2010 By: LemonLaw Category: amy bennecoff, Bob Silverman, Craig Thor Kimmel, honors, Jacqueline Herritt, Lemon Law Firm, Pennsylvania Lemon Law, richard scholer, Super Lawyers

It is extremely rewarding when our PA Lemon Law Attorneys are recognized by their peers, and for the seventh year in a row, Kimmel & Silverman founding attorneys Craig Thor Kimmel and Bob Silverman have been featured as Pennsylvania Super Lawyers in the Consumer Law division.

In addition, Managing Attorney Jacqueline Herritt has been named to the list for the fourth year in a row, and two of our associates, Amy Bennecoff and Richard Scholer, have been named Rising Stars in the Pennsylvania Legal Community. Kimmel & Silverman is proud to have more more consumer attorneys honored than any other firm in the State.

The findings are published in the June 2010 edition of Philadelphia Magazine. More than 34,000 attorneys were asked to vote for the most effective counsel they have personally observed in action. Kimmel & Silverman were recognized among the top 5% of all attorneys statewide for building Pennsylvania’s oldest and largest full-service Lemon Law firm, and assisting more than 55,000 distressed drivers across the Northeast with cost-free legal representation.

Kimmel & Silverman has an extensive history helping consumers and distressed drivers throughout the Keystone State, most notably as  the only Lemon Law firm in the state to work with the House of Representatives in expanding the Pennsylvania Lemon Law to include leased cars and tighter title provisions for used cars. The firm has also testified on bills to include additional protection for Pennsylvania consumers with motorcycles and recreational vehicles.

In addition, when Chrysler was restructured and purchased by Fiat, attorneys Bob Silverman and Amy Bennecoff worked with Chrysler counsel Jones Day and Fiat counsel Sullivan Cromwell to revise the Master Sales Agreement between the two companies to include specific language which protects past, present and future Chrysler, Dodge and Jeep drivers who suffer repetitive defects with their vehicles.

Read the entire press release here (EDIT: This press release has been merged with our page on PA Super Lawyers). We extend our sincere thanks to the many lawyers throughout Philadelphia, Pittsburgh and all parts of the State who found our lawyers worthy of this honor.


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