LANCASTER, PA. (August 24, 2019) – May, May & Zimmerman (MMZ), a client-focused general law firm in Lancaster County, Pa., is excited to announce their recent expansion in the practice area of personal injury law.
While partners Bruce A. Roth and John H. May both have extensive trial experience in cases involving personal injury situations like severe car accidents, wrongful death, and nursing home negligence, MMZ is intentionally making their excellent work in these practice areas more visible to potential clients at this time.
The firm recently added several new pages to its website that aim to help injured people and their loved ones find the legal guidance they need during extremely difficult and emotionally trying times in their lives. A new blog post explaining the basics of personal injury law to their audiences was also recently published, and the firm will be sharing more personal injury topics in the future, as well.
“May, May & Zimmerman has long been known for our dedication to serving Lancaster County families mainly in probate and estates matters,” said John H. May, Partner at MMZ. “We remain committed to providing the best support to clients with family law issues and estate planning needs, but we thought it was time to be a bit more obvious about some of the other legal services we offer, too. We sometimes feel that we’re one of Lancaster’s best-kept secrets when it comes to personal injury law, and we felt it’s time to change that.”
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For more information about MMZ’s capabilities in the area of personal injury law, or for other legal questions and concerns, call (717) 299-1181 or fill out a contact form online to schedule a free phone assessment.
About May, May & Zimmerman
May, May & Zimmerman (MMZ) has been helping generations of Lancaster County families with their legal needs since this general practice law firm was founded in 1929 by Louis S. May. With a combined 90 years of experience, the attorneys at MMZ take a client-focused approach to several significant legal practice areas, including probates and estates, adoptions, guardianships, and aggressive representation of plaintiffs in serious personal injury cases. To learn more, visit mmzlaw.com.
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