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Ted Kennett Presents at the Lancaster Bar Association

Ted Kennett recently presented a continuing legal education program for other attorneys at the Lancaster Bar Association.

Ted’s presentation dealt with the April 16, 2013, decision by the United States …

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Client Featured in The Patriot-News

Our client Jake Schrom was featured in the Body and Mind Section of The Patriot-News and on PennLive.com. The article details Schrom’s amazing story and his extraordinary athletic achievements. The …

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Craig Milsten has been elected President of the Board of Directors of the York Jewish Community Center

Craig Milsten has been elected President of the Board of Directors of the York Jewish Community Center. Craig has been a member of the JCC Board of Directors since 2004 …

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Ted Kennett and Craig Milsten Present at the Lancaster Bar Association

Ted Kennett and Craig Milsten recently presented a continuing legal education program for other attorneys at the Lancaster Bar Association. The presentation was titled “Understanding Auto Insurance Coverages and Declaration …

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Ted Kennett appointed as Chair of the Lancaster Bar Association’s Trial Law Section

Ted Kennett was recently appointed as the Chair of the Lancaster Bar Association’s Trial Law Section. The mission of the LBA is to promote the competence and ethics of the …

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Dean Dominick was a moderator at 13th Annual PA Dept of Labor & Industry Workers’ Compensation Conference

On 6/21/2014, Dean Dominick was a moderator on a panel with three Workers’ Compensations Judges for a session of the 13th Annual PA Dept of Labor & Industry Workers’ Compensation …

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Brian P. Strong participates in York County Bar Association’s ‘Afternoon with the Bench’

KBG attorney Brian P. Strong was recently invited as an experienced lawyer to offer tips, advice and comments to new York County (PA) Bar Association members younger than 36 or …

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Dean V. Dominick and Drew P. Gannon serve on workers’ compensation panel

KBG workers’ compensation attorneys Dean V. Dominick and Drew P. Gannon recently presented at a legal education event, hosted by the Pennsylvania Bar Association in honor of the 100th anniversary …

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KBG a Major Sponsor of Fifth Annual York Gold Star Run

KBG Injury Law donated $500 to the Fifth Annual Gold Star Run, making the firm a Major Sponsor of the event. The 5K run and 9-mile ride/run/walk took place on …

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During this challenging time, our attorneys are advocating more than ever. While our physical offices are closed, we are all working remotely to ensure you still get the Results You Deserve. To all of our current clients, you can connect with us the same way you always do via email, phone, fax or text. To all of our prospective clients, the best way to get in touch with us is by using our contact form or by calling (800) 509-1011

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