Norman Weinstein is Of Counsel at Galfand Berger, LLP. A graduate of George Washington University and Temple University School of Law, Norman has practiced in Workers’ Compensation and Social Security law for over 39 years.
In 2019, Norman received a Citation from City Council, City of Philadelphia for his dedication to representing and advocating on behalf of injured workers and has been included on PhillyLabor’s Who’s Who in Injury and Injured Workers Advocacy list.
Norman is past Co-Chair of the Workers’ Compensation Section of the Pennsylvania Trial Lawyers Association and past co-chair Workers’ Compensation Committee of the Philadelphia Bar Association.
In January 2022, Norman joined the board of The Health Care Improvement Foundation.
In May 2022, Norman joined the board of Sanctuary Villages, an organization whose mission is to build tiny houses for the homeless in Philadelphia.
Norman served on the steering committee for the Northeast Philadelphia Health Center Planning Project. The Secretary of Health for the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania appointed Norman to the Pennsylvania Department of Health Equity’s Advisory Committee. Norman’s current interest/focus is the building of the relationship between public health and public interest law.
Norman is a past Trustee of the Philadelphia Bar Foundation. He is also past President of the Philadelphia Volunteers for the Indigent Program (VIP). He is past President of the Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society (HIAS). Norman has performed pro bono work for the Support Center for Child Advocates, Legal Clinic for the Disabled and other organizations. Norman along with his wife Lita have been working on food insecurities matters in the local community.
Norman is a past Trustee of the Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia. Norman served as Chairman of the Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia Young Leadership Council.
Honored by his peers and the organizations he serves, Norman is a recipient of the Pennsylvania Trial Lawyers Association Community Service Award. Additionally, the Pennsylvania Bar Association has recognized Norm for his pro bono services. He is a recipient of the Philadelphia Bar Association Young Leadership Award and the Jewish Federation Myer Feinstein Young Leadership Award.
Pennsylvania Super Lawyers list has selected Norman every year since 2005, an honor only given to the top 5% of more than 34,000 Pennsylvania lawyers. And, as a result of his AV-rating, Norman was recently listed in Philadelphia’s Top-Rated Lawyers.
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