Verdict for client who was hit by an overweight tractor trailer driving illegally on PA 115.
Settlement for family of person hit head-on and killed by a speeding box truck.
Settlement on behalf of a 21-year-old man who was ejected from an SUV and subsequently died.
Verdict obtained on behalf of our client who was misdiagnosed with pancreatic cancer.
Settlement on behalf of 20-year-old man killed when SUV struck tractor trailer doing an illegal U-turn.
Verdict for client against the defendant who was high on heroin at the time of the crash.
Settlement for family of man who died as a result of diabetic medication being mishandled.
Settlement for man who sustained a head injury as a result of being struck by another vehicle.
Settlement on behalf of our client whose cancer of the throat was not properly handled.
Verdict obtained on behalf of our client who was struck by vehicle that was racing.
If you are injured by someone’s negligence, you may be angry, frustrated, and not sure where to turn next. With bills piling up, you need immediate help for you and your family. This is a crucial time in your life and it’s important to choose a personal injury law firm that not only gets results but will take the time to make sure all your needs are met.
Meet Fellerman & Ciarimboli. With offices in Philadelphia, Scranton, and Wilkes-Barre, our Pennsylvania personal injury lawyers are committed to every client that walks through our doors. We know what a trying time you’re going through and that’s why we are here for you in your hour of need. With more than $110 million won for clients in verdicts and settlements, we’ll make sure that you get the compensation needed to recover from your injuries and continuing your life.
Led by award-winning personal injury attorneys Gregory Fellerman and Edward Ciarimboli, our law firm knows that each case is unique. We will sit down with you and listen to your story thoroughly before evaluating your case. With almost 40 years of combined experience, our attorneys will provide the advice and support that you need to move forward from your accident. Whether you're hurt in an auto accident, have suffered an injury due to medical malpractice, or were injured while on the job, our Philadelphia attorneys are ready to fight your battle both in and out of the courtroom. Rest assured, you are in capable hands when you become our client.
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February 22, 2018I Was Run Off the Road by a Tractor-Trailer. What Now?
February 21, 2018My Boss Keeps Make Sexual Comments at Work. What Can I Do?
February 20, 2018My Sister Was Involved in a Hit and Run. What Can She Do?
Fellerman & Ciarimboli represented me in a Workers Compensation case. They did a great job for me!! Got me a lot more money than I ever thought. Very aggressive and fair. I highly recommend them!! Don't hesitate to call them...you will be very happy!!/ Stevin Zeske
Eddie, Harry, and the staff were exceptional. They promptly returned voicemails and emails and handled our concerns with great care. Whenever we needed to meet, they were very flexible with their times. They even stayed late because we work during the day. I couldn’t have asked for a better attorney and team. You all were wonderful. I would certainly recommend them to anyone. Thanks, guys!!!/ Krystal Sperlazzo
Without question this firm gets results. From the attorneys right down to the office staff, everyone was professional and made me feel comfortable. I can't recommend this firm highly enough!/ Todd Butcher
I chose Fellerman & Ciarimboli Law Firm for my personal injury case on the recommendation of several people I work with. The entire staff was always courteous, friendly and patient. Attorney Greg Fellerman and his paralegal, Lisa Zawadzki worked diligently on my case and always kept me updated throughout the entire process. I truly feel they went above and beyond, especially Lisa, and my settlement far exceeded my expectations. I would highly recommend them to anyone. / Cathy Arnold