Law Firms in Harrisburg PA
Since 1973, Smigel, Anderson & Sacks has provided skillful representation to diverse clients across Harrisburg, PA, and throughout Central Pennsylvania. We represent individuals, families, businesses, and nonprofit organizations in all matters, making us one of the most versatile law firms in Harrisburg, PA. Experience professional representation and commitment to you and your case with representation from our law firm.
We provide our clients with comfortable conference rooms and ample parking. We also have made a commitment to serve the community. Partners and employees are involved in a wide range of civic activities supporting charitable, cultural, and religious organizations.
All client matters are held in the strictest confidence. We understand that the need for legal representation is frequently accompanied by anxiety; our attorneys and staff are sensitive to these needs and stand ready to respond to individual client concerns.
Our practice is based upon service to clients. Smigel, Anderson & Sacks, has also made a commitment to serve the community. Partners and employees of the firm are involved in a wide range of civic activities supporting charitable, cultural and religious organizations. Click on any Attorney’s name to read more about them and their areas of expertise.
Simply the Best
We would like to congratulate the following attorneys for achieving Harrisburg’s Simply the Best awards as provided by Harrisburg Magazine. Yet another reason that our team is the best law firm in Harrisburg, PA.
- Smigel, Anderson and Sacks voted Simply the Best Law Firm
- Lifetime Achievement Award: Diamond Members, 10+ Years
- Stuart S. Sacks: Best General Practice Attorney
- Michael R. Kelley: Best Personal Injury Attorney
- Deborah E. Crum: Best Family Law Attorney
- Alexander J. “AJ” Palutis: Best Workers Comp. Attorney
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