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Pacin Levine, P.A.

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Pacin Levine, P.A.

150 Monument Rd Ste 207
Bala Cynwyd Pennsylvania 19004
United States


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Have you been injured in an auto accident, slip and fall accident, or lost a loved one due to a wrongful death accident? Have you been discriminated against by your employer, has your employer failed to pay your proper wages, or were you injured in a workplace accident? Let the Pacin Levine legal team, your trusted personal injury attorney in Pennsylvania, work to help you understand your rights and serve as your assertive, skilled advocate.

With a legacy of service since 2013, we have proven experience and have been able to obtain significant settlements and awards for many of our clients. We understand what you are facing and the issues that you are dealing with, and we are prepared to help you obtain the compensation you deserve.

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About Bala Cynwyd

Bala Cynwyd ( BAL-ə KIN-wuud) is a community and census-designated place in Lower Merion Township, Pennsylvania, United States. It is located on the Philadelphia Main Line in Southeastern Pennsylvania and borders the western edge of Philadelphia at U.S. Route 1 (City Avenue). The present-day community was originally two separate towns, Bala and Cynwyd, but was united as a singular community largely because the U.S. Post Office, the Bala Cynwyd branch, served both towns using ZIP Code 19004. The combining of the communities gives a total population of 9,285 as of the 2020 census. The community was long known as hyphenated Bala-Cynwyd. Bala and Cynwyd are currently served by separate stations on SEPTA's Cynwyd Line of Regional Rail. Bala Cynwyd lies in the Welsh Tract of Pennsylvania and was settled in the 1680s by Welsh Quakers, who named it after the town of Bala and the village of Cynwyd in Wales. A mixed residential community made up predominantly of single-family detached homes, it extends west of the Philadelphia city limits represented by City Avenue from Old Lancaster Road at 54th Street west to Meeting House Lane and then along Manayunk and Conshohocken State Roads north to Mary Watersford Road, then east along Belmont Avenue back to City. This large residential district contains some of Lower Merion's oldest and finest stone mansions, built mainly from 1880 through the 1920s and located in the sycamore-lined district between Montgomery Avenue and Levering Mill Road, as well as split level tract houses built east of Manayunk Road just after World War II. == History == The oldest commercial district and the original center of Bala Cynwyd straddles the bridge over the old Pennsylvania Railroad tracks, originally belonging to the Columbia Railroad and now part of SEPTA's Cynwyd Line, along Montgomery Avenue at Bala Avenue. This district, long on the National Register of Historic Places, was settled shortly after William Penn's landing in Pennsylvania in 1682 and contains the village's oldest commercial buildings, some dating to the earliest years of the 19th century.

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