Ruch And Shipon

Ruch And Shipon

Representing adults and children in injury and disability claims. Also we have a lawyer referral service so if there is an area of the law that we do not handle directly like medical malpractice, we can refer you to an attorney who can help.

Firm Overview

If you are seriously injured or disabled from a medical condition, work injury, accident or medical malpractice claim, or a loved one dies from an injury from an accident or medical mistake we can we can offer the legal assistance you need directly or by referring your to an associated firm. Law Offices of Ruch & Shipon, P.C. in Philadelphia, PA will do everything to help you. Trust in our 20 years of experience. We have built an extensive network of top associated firms around the country that can effectivly represent you in your disability of injury matter. We can easily represent you without you coming into the office; We are willing to meet you at a convenient location, including your home or hospital, anywhere throughout Pennsylvania and New Jersey. Call us today at 888-360-8401 to work with well experienced attorneys.

Main Office

Main Office
7960 Bustleton Avenue
Philadelphia PA 19152

Phone

(215) 708-1234

Fax

(215) 253-5248

Fees

Free Initial Consultation?

Yes

Services Offered For Fixed Fees?

There is never an up front charge for our representation. Only if we win and you get paid do we get paid!.

Office Information

Office Hours

9-5pm

Office Manager

Kimberly Aguilera

Emergency After Hours

Yes

Languages Spoken

English and Spanish

Personal Injury

Auto Accident (Spanish)

Marc Shipon

Ruch And Shipon

Education

Villanova Law School
JD, 1991

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