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Foley Griffin, LLP.

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Foley Griffin, LLP.

Accident & Injury, Criminal,

  • Firm Size: 10
  • Firm Year: 1997
  • Office Hour: Monday-Friday, 9:00AM-6:00PM
  • Language: English, Spanish translation available

800-895-8940

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"You get only one chance to start your case on the right foot and you are definitely on the right track if you are interviewing Foley Griffin.I work with many types of law firms and on the personal injury side there is only one firm that stands above the rest. I have known Tom Foley and his team at Foley Griffin for many years and you just can't go wrong by retaining them. The quality of service, the knowledge, the experience, and the dedication to each client put Foley and Griffin at the top each and every time. Highly recommend!"

  1 year ago     Anna Beigelman


"Tom Foley and his staff are excellent. Unfortunately, there were 2 instances when somebody close to me needed his help. In the 1st case, an employee and her husband were seriously injured in an car accident. Tom got them the money they needed to help in their long recovery. If it weren't for the settlement, these folks may have lost their homes. In the other instance, my mother in law slipped and fell in a nationally known drug store. She suffered a broken bone and other injuries. Tom was able to get her medical bills paid as well as compensation for her pain and suffering. The main point is that Tom Foley cares about his clients. He handled my family like his family. I am very grateful for all his efforts."

  1 year ago     Brooks Waterburn


"Simply put, Foley Griffin are quality attorneys. I would not trust any other personal injury attorney to work with me, my family or anyone I know. Professional and Integrity is what I think of when I think of Foley Griffin, attorneys at Law..."

  1 year ago     Diego Pinzon


"My experience with Foley Griffin is that it's a personal injury firm with integrity and honesty with a laser focus on what's best for the client. These are not often words associated with a firm practicing in this segment of the law. In addition the firm possesses the great skills necessary to help clients win the best outcome possible for their case. I would highly recommend Foley Griffin for anyone who has experienced an injury due to negligence."

  2 years ago     Michael Haltman


"Foley Griffin attorney's have the experience, knowledge and professionalism to guide their clients to a successful outcome. I always recommend Foley Griffin to all my family members, friends and business associates."

  1 year ago     Rich Collett


Foley Griffin, LLP.
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