Ken Fulginiti obtained $1,500,000 for plaintiff Wendy Koppel-Klein, who was broadsided by an ambulance that drove through a red light.
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Ken Fulginiti secured $1,300,000 for a man who was rearended while stopped at a red light in Lionville. Defense attorneys claimed the injury was from a preexisting condition.
Tom Duffy recently presented as part of a panel entitled “High Profile Cases, High Profile Attorneys” for the Pennsylvania Association for Justice.
The roundtable discussion was held as part of the school’s professional development curriculum to give the students a better understanding of what it means to be a trial lawyer.
Tom Duffy and Ken Fulginiti have been selected for inclusion in the 2017 edition of The Best Lawyers in America. Additionally, the firm itself was ranked as a top Philadelphia personal injury law firm.
The organization is composed of attorneys aged 40 or younger who “exemplify superior qualifications of leadership, reputation, influence, stature and public profile.”
Dooley joined the firm after her admission to the bar almost five years ago and works closely with each of the firm’s attorneys in their preparation of catastrophic injury cases for trial.
Ken Fulginiti was appointed to the board of the Adam Taliaferro Foundation, an organization providing emotional, financial and educational support to athletes and individuals who suffer catastrophic head or spinal injuries.
In the case, Mangano v. James J. Clearkin, Inc., the firm represented a high school administrator who slipped on wet flooring glue that had been applied by a flooring contractor.
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