Montgomery County

Montgomery County, a suburb of Philadelphia was created in 1784 from land which was originally part of Philadelphia. In terms of per capita income, Montgomery County is the twentieth wealthiest county in the United States. Montgomery County has a population of nearly 800,000 people and is the 3rd most populous county in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.

Montgomery County has a wide variety of industries which employ people in many fields. Montgomery County has several major employment centers within large business parks located in Blue Bell, Lansdale, Fort Washington, Horsham and King of Prussia, where thousands of people are employed.

Major employers in Montgomery County include Abington Memorial Hospital, Aetna, Allied Barton, Dow Chemical, Holy Redeemer Hospital, Johnson & Johnson-McNeil Pharmaceuticals, Lockheed Martin, Merck, Prudential, Quest Diagnostics, SEI Investments, Teva Pharmaceuticals and Unisys.

Employees in Montgomery County frequently live in municipalities located near their homes in areas including, Ambler, Ardmore, Bala Cynwyd, Blue Bell, Bryn Mawr, Conshohocken, Collegeville, Fort Washington, East Norriton, Gladwyne, Glenside, Jenkintown, Harleysville, Hatboro, Horsham, Huntingdon Valley, King of Prussia, Lafayette Hill, Norristown, Narberth, Plymouth Meeting, Pottstown, Royersford and Willow Grove.

Our firm is located in Blue Bell and we frequently represent employees who live and work in Montgomery County.

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