Meet Our Attorneys
Fighting for Victims in Philadelphia for Over 60 Years
Our firm manages a small caseload to ensure that all of our clients receive personalized attention and individualized representation throughout the entirety of their cases. We also only handle legal matters that we believe in. If we have confidence in your case, rest assured that we will stop at nothing to attain a favorable outcome.
Our attorneys have served Philadelphia and the surrounding areas for over 60 years and have handled thousands of cases.
We Will Put Years of Experience in Your Corner
If you have been injured or a loved one has been adversely affected by abuse or neglect at a nursing home, you need an attorney you can trust. You need a legal professional who will not only provide compassionate support and personalized attention through the duration of your case but who will recognize the urgency of the matter and will work diligently to hold at-fault parties accountable.
Experience is another invaluable quality to look for in your legal counsel. A seasoned attorney will know what approaches work and how to effectively handle a nursing home abuse. With experience also comes familiarity with local judges, opposing counsel, and court personnel – not to mention applicable legislation and case law.
The attorneys at Kanter, Bernstein & Kardon, P.C. have a long history of representing the injured and wronged. Collectively, our Philadelphia lawyers have 120 years of legal experience and have handled thousands of nursing home neglect cases. Senior Partner Stewart Bernstein has been in practice since 1970, Martin (Marty) Kardon has been practicing law in Pennsylvania since 1977, and Brian Pincus joined the firm in 1985. This breadth of experience is rare, and it fosters our firm’s ability to provide positive case results.
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Our Philadelphia Nursing Home Abuse Lawyers Are Truly There for You
Another quality that sets our firm apart from the rest is the fact that we limit the number of cases we take on. We do this so we can devote our full attention to our clients and achieve the best possible outcome in every case. You are not another number to our attorneys. You are a real person who is dealing with real problems, and our legal counsel and customer support reflect this.