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Dennis J Cogan & Associates

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2000 Market St Ste 2925, Philadelphia, PA 19103

(215) 545-2400

Tomorrow: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
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Center City, Center City West

Cogan Dennis J & Assoc Attys

Cogan Dennis J & Assoc

Attorneys, General Practice Attorneys, Criminal Law Attorneys


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Dennis Cogan is the Picasso of...

Dennis Cogan is the Picasso of the art of law and the very best trial attorney in the country. I am hardly the only person, lawyer or not, who believes that. Mr. Cogan is the definitive embodiment of every desirable characteristic an attorney could have, including creativity, intelligence, knowledge, integrity, work ethic, motivation, meticulousness, street smarts, sincerity, compassion, and fairness. Mr. Cogan's explosive enthusiasm for prevailing in court and winning at life in general is highly inspirational and contagious. His electric charisma (both the star and leadership kinds), dignified aggressiveness, and artistic spontaneity during trials are breathtaking. I should know better than anyone, as Mr. Cogan won all nine of my difficult-to-win cases for me. Amongst Mr. Cogan's hundreds of spectacular, screams-volumes-about-his-superhuman-talent achievements include (at one time) holding the record for the largest civil liability judgement against the Philadelphia Police Department and being the lead prosecutor of the homicide unit at the young age of 27 whilst a Philadelphia assistant district attorney. Watching this legendary, larger-than-life god in court is like watching a highly entertaining, brilliantly acted, intricately scripted, and expertly directed Broadway play, sans the frivolous song and dance. I often wondered who was actually running the show, the judge or Mr. Cogan, who invariably commands extreme respect from all involved. Mr. Cogan's youthful good looks, endless energy, and infinite passion belie his true age. I am using my real name to prove that this is a genuine, unsolicited review, not that anyone who knows Mr. Cogan would ever suspect otherwise.