Sometimes a law firm that’s been in business for years splits up as the result of acrimony between its partners, but Philadelphia plaintiffs personal injury firm McEldrew & Fullam has ended its 15-year run simply on the advice of its accountants.

Principal Nancy Fullam is continuing to work out of McEldrew & Fullam’s location as the Fullam Firm, while former partner James J. McEldrew III has moved to new office space to start McEldrew Law.

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