The team at Goodrich and Geist is set to honor the country’s veterans this year with a special fee for all new clients who have served the United States. Goodrich and Geist recognize the sacrifices men and women who served made when they joined the armed forces to protect the freedoms of their country.
Mr. Geist, Navigator on a B-24 Bomber who flew 25 missions in WWII
Serving in the armed forces is a special decision thousands of people in Pennsylvania make every year and one that is not easy for some. When it comes to seeking legal counsel for car accidents, construction accidents, defective products, dog bites, medical malpractice, nursing home abuse, wrongful death, premises liability and any other personal injury case, you can turn to a firm that has the experience necessary to provide you with a successful outcome while also honoring your service as a veteran. Our law firm is also happy to offer veterans reduced fees for legal services; contact us today to schedule a consultation.
Online, on TV, on billboards, on radio, you face a constant barrage of ads promoting attorneys. How can you know which one is the right one for you?
At Goodrich & Geist, we believe that there are three basic qualifications individuals seeking an attorney should always look for.
- WORK WITH A LAWYER WHO EARNS YOUR CONFIDENCE
- ASK IF THE LAWYER HAS HANDLED CASES LIKE YOURS BEFORE
- FIND OUT HOW THE LAWYER HAS PERFORMED WITH CASES LIKE YOURS
TRUST. EXPERIENCE. TRACK RECORD.
“We had a wonderful experience working with this firm. Josh Geist was professional, easy to talk to, answered all our questions, and was forth coming with all that was going on. We would highly recommend him to anyone looking for an attorney who truly has your best interest at heart.”
We are considered leaders in our own profession. We give lectures on personal injury law and teach other lawyers the nuances of how to build solid cases, secure evidence and obtain successful outcomes — all in an effort to see that more injured victims receive justice. We also take an active role in relevant legal associations.
BIG NUMBERS AND DOLLAR SIGNS CAN’T TELL YOU WHETHER A LAW FIRM IS RIGHT FOR YOU
When you’re choosing an advocate to fight for your rights, the first question you want to ask is, “Does this attorney understand someone like me?” and “Have they had success in handling a case like mine?”