If you need a personal injury attorney in the Philadelphia area,
contact McLaughlin & Lauricella today.
With more than 60 years of combined experience as trial lawyers, Slade McLaughlin and Paul Lauricella have built a strong legal reputation on courtroom victories for clients in Pennsylvania and New Jersey.
Smart, principled, and hard working, Slade and Paul built their well-deserved reputations on their courtroom victories, not on television commercials. Between them, Paul and Slade have personally secured dozens of million dollar and multi-million dollar personal injury and medical negligence jury verdicts and settlements often in cases in which the defendants had made no offers to resolve the case.
For decades, Slade and Paul worked alongside James Beasley, Sr., the iconic, legendary Philadelphia trial attorney for whom Temple University's School of Law is named. Following Beasley's death in 2004, Paul and Slade brought their considerable trial experience and knowledge to McLaughlin & Lauricella, P.C., where they personally handle wrongful death, personal injury, sexual assault, and medical malpractice lawsuits in Pennsylvania and New Jersey.
Notable Cases & Video Spotlight
Philadelphia: Monsignor Lynn and Jerry Sandusky - Two Guilty Verdicts. The law firm of McLaughlin & Lauricella represents victims in both cases.
"These criminal verdicts, coincidentally rendered mere hours apart, do not end the sorry sagas that have implicated such venerable institutions as Penn State and the Philadelphia Archdiocese. Rather, they represent nothing more than the proverbial tip of the proverbial iceberg." - Paul A. Lauricella, Esq.
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Conveniently located with offices in Center City Philadelphia and Mount Laurel, NJ, McLaughlin & Lauricella represent clients all throughout the Philadelphia, Main Line, and metropolitan area, including Delaware County, Chester County, Montgomery County, Bucks County, and south and central New Jersey.