Professional Membership

When you’re involved in an accident, you just want to get your life back on track. You’re thinking about filing a personal injury claim and thinking about calling an attorney, but how do you know who to trust? At Console and Associates, we’ve successfully represented more than 4,000 clients since we signed our first case in 1994. In fact, we successfully resolve our client’s claims of the time.

Professional Membership

American Bar Association

The American Bar Association (ABA) is a voluntary organization that any attorney practicing in the United States or law student can join. Top responsibilities include:

  • Creating an ethical code of conduct for attorneys
  • Helping law schools develop their curriculum

New Jersey State Bar Association

The New Jersey State Bar Association (NJSBA) is a voluntary organization that any attorney practicing in New Jersey or law student can join. Top responsibilities include:

  • Promote access to the court system and advocate for fair and just outcomes
  • Provide educational resources for practicing attorneys that allow them to better serve their clients.

Pennsylvania Bar Association

The Pennsylvania Bar Association is a voluntary organization that any attorney practicing in Pennsylvania or law student can join. Top responsibilities include:

  • Promote access to the court system and advocate for fair and just outcomes
  • Provide educational resources for practicing attorneys that allow them to better serve their clients.

American Association for Justice

The AAJ is a non-profit organization that advocates for the rights of plaintiffs. We are also members of the New Jersey and Pennsylvania branches of the American Association for Justice.

  • Represent the interests of individuals in Washington D.C. so that insurance companies and billion dollar corporations aren’t the only one with a voice.
  • Advocate for a fair and just legal system.

Better Business Bureau – A+ Rating

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BBB Accredited Business

Awarded: 2010-Present

Better Business Bureau

In 2010, we asked the Better Business Bureau to review our practice and determine if we met their accreditation standards.

This is an optional step a company can take, but we felt that it was an important one. As an accredited business, the BBB found that our firm met their standards of trust.