Peter Patton, Senior Partner at Galfand Berger, LLP has accepted membership to the American Society of Legal Advocates (ASLA) as a Top 100 Litigation Lawyer in Pennsylvania for the fourth consecutive year. Selection to the ASLA is by invitation-only and this exclusive honor is awarded to less than 1.5% of lawyers nationwide. Mr. Patton’s selection to the ASLA is a testament to his 30 years of successful trial experience, his commitment to community engagement and his exemplary professional standards. Galfand Berger takes great pride in Mr. Patton’s many commendable accomplishments.
Peter Patton focuses his practice on products liability, construction accidents and car accidents and has achieved some of Galfand Berger’s largest jury verdicts. Following graduation from Harvard College in 1977 and the University of California, Berkeley Boalt Law School in 1985, Mr. Patton clerked for the U.S. Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals before joining Galfand Berger. Among his accomplishments, Mr. Patton has published a number of journal articles, litigated cases that have been the subject of 20 published opinions and developed expertise in the brain injury field representing survivors of traumatic brain injury. His other honors include being awarded the highest rating from Martindale-Hubbell and achieving one of the top 35 Pennsylvania recoveries in 2011.
Mr. Patton is a member of the Brain Injury Association, System Safety Society, the Pennsylvania and Philadelphia Bar Associations, the American Association for Justice, the Pennsylvania Association for Justice, the Philadelphia Trial Lawyers Association and the National Lawyers Guild. A former Retail Workers Union member, Mr. Patton has lectured on products liability and construction injury topics before labor organizations as well as other varied groups.
For more information or to speak with Attorney Patton, call Philadelphia personal injury law firm, Galfand Berger, at 800-222-8792 or contact us online. We have been helping injured victims throughout Pennsylvania and New Jersey for more than 65 years.