Philadelphia Office

Locks Law Firm

Monday - Friday
8am to 6pm
Weekend and evening appointments can be arranged. Closed on holidays.
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Philadelphia Personal Injury Attorneys

Our Philadelphia personal injury office is located on the seventh floor of the Curtis Center at 6th and Walnut Streets. This new facility, opened in the fall of 2007, is spacious, comfortable, and equipped with the most modern equipment and technology to help our attorneys represent our clients. We're equipped with multiple conference rooms, video technology capabilities, presentation projectors, the latest software, and an extensive legal, medical, and engineering library where we develop and gather evidence for many of our cases.

The office sits in the heart of Philadelphia's historic district, across the street from Washington Square, Congress Hall, and Independence Hall – where the American legal system was born. We have easy access to the Federal Court, City Hall, and the suburban counties from this location. The building houses Maxfield Parrish and Louis Comfort Tiffany's famous Dream Garden, a 100,000-piece colored-glass mural, on the ground floor.

To schedule a consultation with Locks Law Firm, contact our Philadelphia personal injury attorneys.

Parking and Public Transportation

The Curtis Center has an accessible parking garage underneath the building; its entrance is on Samson Street, between Sixth and Seventh. Additional parking is also available under Independence Mall and behind the Locks Gallery on Sixth Street, just across Washington Square from the office. On-street metered parking is available during the day but can be difficult to find. The building has entrances on Sixth Street, Seventh Street, and Walnut Street.

To visit our Philadelphia office, visitors should come to the Curtis Center, and take the “East Elevators” to the 7th floor. The “East Elevators” are closer to the 6th Street side of the building, between the fountain and the Tiffany mural. Our office is on the 7th floor, immediately in front of you when you step off the “East Elevators.”

The office is easily accessible by public transportation:

  1. Septa Regional Rail — By Septa Regional Rail, the closest stop is the Market Street East station at the intersection of Twelfth and Filbert Streets.

  2. Market-Frankford Line — The Septa Market-Frankford Elevated train stops at Eighth and Market Streets, three short blocks from the office.

  3. SEPTA Buses — SEPTA Bus routes 9, 21, 42, and 47 stop directly in front of the building at Seventh and Walnut Streets.

  4. PATCO High Speed Line — The High Speed Line from New Jersey stops at the station at Eighth and Market Streets.
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