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12/06/2012
By: tamarr
DelCollo Law
Reading's PREMIERE DEFENSE ATTORNEY! David DelCollo just got me out of a mandatory 2-4 for Possession with Intent to Deliver!! I told him I would spread the word on how he saved me, so here I go. DelCollo is the only Attorney I know that has knowledge straight from the street. Some people in the industry hate on him, but he looked out from me since day 1....I didnt have alot of cash at the time cause the cops took it all, so he hooked me up with a payment plan I could afford. Dude is smart as hell, knows how to talk like noone I seen, and actually cared about me. I would do anything to help dude out now. For real, this feels like a dream! Dude changed my life forever,-only Attorney's number you need in the Red!! You wanna know anything, ask me,-I'll hit you with the TRUTH! Oh and anyone sayin he didnt work in fully is hatin',-my case was in Philly...dude just moved back here from Charlotte..he's the real deal, F**K all these Reading Attorneys who are all about makin your money and makin you plead to some corny deal b/c they don't wanna look bad by fightin'...if thats what kinda lawyer you want...call the public defenders office..at least theyre free.
04/05/2013
By: timmyhollis
DelCollo Law
GREAT LAWYER AND GREAT PERSON!!! I'm not sure one person on here has to ruin it for other people, but Attorney DelCollo asked me to post on here if I was happy with the service, so I most certainly did. Since the guy 2 posts ago is so concerned about revealing true names, its' not a problem,-my name is Timothy Hollis,-look me up. I had cases in Berks, Montgomery, Delaware, and Philadelphia,-and Attorney DelCollo did a great job for me, so I have no problem posting. Maybe the other Attorney's on here who are so concerned about postings being open can tell their clients to post their own names. All I know is that Attorney DelCollo didnt play any games and fought hard with the DA's to get my cases taken care of properly. I think he did an amazing job and I am very happy I decided to hire him. Thank you for everything.
12/13/2016
By: Yaa M.
Gary Brod Law Offices
Gary is exceptional in his delivery of your case. He is very kind, he listened to what my requests are. I have had 2 cases with him and he made sure to get the most from the other insurance. He is very experienced with a background in insurance and knows how to work the system. He is the best lawyer for your injury case. You will not be disappointed in his results. Additionally, he will meet with you at any of his offices that is convenient for you and his staff is very kind and professional. You do not pay until he gets you money and his percentage is very reasonable.
03/22/2013
By: summerbreeze08080
DelCollo Law
Mr. DelCollo handled my 2nd DUI I was charged with. I was facing potential jail time and he had the charges knocked down substantially, avoiding potential jail time. I could not be more grateful! He also allowed me to pay him on a payment plan which was very much appreciated, as the fees from this alone killed me. I was frantic throughout the entire process and he was kind, professional and understanding of my situation. Thank you again!
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