leonard_hillLeonard Hill is a Philadelphia personal injury lawyer and founding partner at Hill & Associates, P.C., a premier accident and injury firm. Coming from humble beginnings, he graduated Cum Laude from Morehouse College in Atlanta, Georgia where he was a Golden Key Honor Society member and Dean’s List student multiple semesters. Upon graduating college, Leonard taught middle school for eight years and was featured in the New York Times for his determination to educate and inspire inner city school children in Philadelphia.

While teaching, Leonard attended Temple University School of Law, where he participated in the “world-renowned” Temple University Nita Trial Program. He graduated in 1996 and then obtained an LL.M. in Trial Advocacy from the same university in 2006 – a prestigious degree that less than one percent of all attorneys in the United States have obtained.

Leonard founded Hill & Associates in 1999 and has since helped recover over $100 million in verdicts and settlements for his clients. A proud member of the Philadelphia Trial Lawyers Association and American Association for Justice, Leonard has tried hundreds of cases in state and federal courts in Pennsylvania and New Jersey and has represented clients in various jurisdictions throughout the United States. His practice areas include car accidents, product liability, police brutality, medical malpractice, and other personal injury matters.

If you have been injured as the result of another party’s negligence or were involved in an accident in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, contact a reputable law firm home to a team of attorneys with over 20 years of combined legal experience today for a free legal consultation.

Hill & Associates, P.C.
123 S. Broad St. Ste 1100
Philadelphia, PA 19109
(800) 737-4687

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