Gregory E. Fellerman of Kingston, Pa., is the founding partner of Fellerman & Ciarimboli. Attorney Fellerman earned his B.A. from Kings College, his MBA from Wilkes University, and his law degree from Widener School of Law. As a law student, Fellerman clerked for the Luzerne County Court of Common Pleas where upon admission to the bar, Fellerman became a member of the Luzerne County District Attorney’s office where he handled criminal matters for eight years. In 2000, Fellerman established a private law practice in Scranton, Pa.
Attorney Fellerman has a passion for representing victims, whether they are victims of medical malpractice, automobile collisions, insurance bad faith claims, or injured workers. His aggressive representation consistently wins his clients the compensation they deserve.
In 2001, Attorney Fellerman served as Solicitor for Wilkes-Barre, which allowed him to connect with the city’s citizens, county, and state officials. He has been named a Pennsylvania Super Lawyers Rising Star from 2005 to 2007, named to the National Trial Lawyers Association’s Top 40 Under 40 list, and was named a national semifinalist in the American Trial Lawyers Association Moot Court Competition. He can regularly be seen with partner Attorney Ciarimboli on WBRE’s “The Law & You” segment.
Professional & Bar Association Memberships
- Member, The American Association for Justice (AAJ)
- Member, The Pennsylvania Association for Justice (PAJ)
- Member, Pennsylvania Bar Association
- Member, Luzerne County Bar Association
- Member, Philadelphia Trial Lawyers Association
- President (2017-Present), Northeastern Pennsylvania Trial Lawyers
- Vice President (2015-2017), Northeastern Pennsylvania Trial Lawyers
- Secretary (2013-2015), Northeastern Pennsylvania Trial Lawyers
- JCA Board of Directors
- Wilkes University Business School Advisory Board
- President, Harveys Lake Safety Committee
- Pennsylvania personal injury law: emotional distress cases
- Personal injury: settling experiences
Physicians, not insurance companies, should make medical decisions, The Citizens’ Voice
What are your most important cases?
I have secured multimillion-dollar verdicts for injured clients, large monetary awards for injured workers and even murder convictions for the Commonwealth, however, I treat all cases with the same level of importance because at the end of the day I have a client to represent and they need my help.
Why are you an Attorney?
I chose to be an attorney so I could stand in a courtroom and fight for my clients. There is nothing more satisfying then proving your case to a jury of 12 people when the other side is telling you are wrong. I love winning for my clients. The law is what matters and I love what I do!!
What do you do when you are not practicing law?
I am always working and dealing with legal issues for the firm and my clients but when I get a break I enjoy spending time with my family.