Our Practice Areas
Award-Winning Service in a Variety of Cases
At Sacks Weston Diamond LLC, our firm's name has become synonymous
with top-notch legal representation that delivers real results. Over the
years, our Martindale-Hubbell® AV® Rated
complex litigation lawyers have
secured billion-dollar settlements for our clients. In fact, we were co-counsel for the plaintiff awarded
the largest single landowner verdict in U.S. history against ExxonMobil.
Whether we are representing individuals, companies, and national governments,
our goal is always the same: to give our clients the unparalleled legal
services required to reach a favorable outcome.
Our practice areas include:
Discuss the nature of your case during an initial case evaluation. Request yours by calling (215) 764-3008.
Complex Litigation Attorneys, 100+ Years of Experience
Our Philadelphia complex litigation lawyers have more than 100 years of
experience handling litigation matters of varying complexity. Never afraid
of a challenge, we are able to fiercely protect the rights and interests
of our clients at both the state and federal levels, including the U.S.
Supreme Court. We have a well-earned reputation for successful advocacy,
as demonstrated by our billion-dollar settlements.
Our firm is known for our:
- Relentless advocacy from members of the Multi-Million Dollar Advocates
Expert guidance from a
Board Certified Civil Trial Advocate by The National Board of Trial Advocacy
- Customized attention from start to finish
- Professional, high-quality legal representation
Take a look at some of our case results for a better idea of our legal prowess.
Contact Sacks Weston Diamond LLC for High-caliber Representation.
If you need assistance with a legal matter, we can carefully review the
specifics of your case and begin crafting a personalized strategy suitable
to your needs. Our Philadelphia attorneys always aim to resolve cases
in the most effective manner possible. Let us provide the dedicated representation
Call our office to learn how our complex litigation representation can make a difference
in your case.