Kobler, John
December 1942
Saturday Evening Post;12/26/1942, Vol. 215 Issue 26, p22
The article focuses on legal fees being charged by law professionals at Neighborhood Law Office (NLO) in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The accident claims are handled by NLO on a contingent basis of 40%, which is 10% less than state laws allow. The NLO have 3,500 new clients each year. The most complicated case that NLO has handled was a four-way bigamy case.


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