Legal Writing Services for Attorneys – Appellate, Trial & Other Courts

What one client wrote:  “I just wanted to send both of you a quick note to thank you for the fine work you did for us in the above case. I know that this was a large project which was dropped on you with a short deadline but, as always, your work  was completed in a timely and exceedingly proficient manner. The case settled last week for fair value in no small part because we were able to respond quickly and professionally to the 14 Motions in Limine which were filed. Thank you again for your contribution to the resolution of the case. We are fortunate to have you as part of our team.”


When you need a Motion for Summary Judgment answered, have a complex appeal that needs the expertise of a seasoned appellate lawyer, or perhaps a set of workers’ compensation Proposed Findings of Fact and Conclusions of Law, turn to the Law Offices of Daniel J. Siegel, LLC, the law firm Pennsylvania and New Jersey lawyers have turned to for nearly two decades. We know the law, we know the procedures, and we know the courts, and draft pleadings, motions, briefs, memoranda, and appeals for other attorneys on an “as-needed” basis. The results speak for themselves. Just look below and see a few of the testimonials.

Our legal writing services enable our attorney clients to focus on the other aspects of their practices (and lives) by providing pinch-hitting when issues are complex, creative insight is called for, and/or tight deadlines are approaching. Our services are limited to matters in Pennsylvania and New Jersey state and federal courts, where we are licensed. We regularly serve as counsel in the Courts of Common Pleas, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court, the Pennsylvania Superior Court, and the Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court. In fact, Attorney Daniel J. Siegel has been counsel in dozens of precedential cases, which have dramatically protected and expanded the rights of injured persons, injured workers, and others. There is a reason that our firm handles these legal writing matters for numerous solo, small, and mid-sized law firms. And larger firms also refer clients to us.

We often begin working on cases after a substantial investment of time and money has already been made, and offer hourly and flat-rate fee options to help you budget appropriately. Examples of how our briefs help clients get paid include obtaining new trials after defense verdicts, reversing the grant of summary judgment, and forcing the recusal of a Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas judge, and prevailing in the Pennsylvania Supreme Court. Notably, our clients have won approximately 90% of the summary judgment motions filed against their clients.

When you need an attorney to assist with your Pennsylvania or New Jersey legal writing matter, call us at (610) 446-3457 or click here to send us an email.

Attorney-Client Testimonials:

“Thanks for all you do to help me with my practice and make my life less stressful! …. You have no idea! You are my go-to for all research and writing and I want you to know how appreciative I am!”

“We had a case where the initial offer was $2,500.00. The Law Offices of Daniel J. Siegel prepared and answered pre-trial Motions in Limine. The case went to trial and the jury awarded the plaintiff a $125,000.00 verdict.”

“Dan, I wanted to let you know that we settled this case today. Very happy because six weeks ago the defense attorney advised us that it was a “slam dunk” that they would win the case on the legal issue. Great job [on the Motion you drafted] as always.”

“Dan has more feathers in his hat than Sitting Bull, all well-deserved.  Do NOT torture yourself writing a brief or responding to a motion, especially in a case (most cases?) where you are too “close” to the record to objectively assess what are the important issues you can win with vs. other “really interesting” issues, or worse still, continuing a fight with a defense attorney you really detest. Let Dan handle it, then go home, watch the Phillies and relax. I’m sure your only regret will be that you did not use Dan on prior matters.”