Caroselli, Beachler, McTiernan & Conboy, LLC

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Caroselli, Beachler, McTiernan
& Conboy, LLC
 

Representing Injured People and Their Families For More Than 35 Years
Size of Organization: 18
Web Site: http://www.cbmclaw.com

Telephone: 412-391-9860
Telephone: 866-466-5789
Fax: 412-391-7453




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Caroselli, Beachler, McTiernan & Conboy is a Plaintiff Personal Injury Law Firm. Caroselli, Beachler, McTiernan & Conboy was established in 1972 as McArdle, Caroselli, Laffey & Beachler to represent injured individuals and their families throughout the Western Pennsylvania area. While initially known for its expertise in the then developing field of workers' compensation in Pennsylvania, the firm branched into complex third party occupational disease claims, filing some of the first third party claims for asbestos and silicosis lung disease claims in the country. The firm has developed to become a full service plaintiff personal injury litigation and appellate practice firm. The firm has an established reputation as one of the premiere plaintiff personal injury firms in Western Pennsylvania and is the only Western Pennsylvania based law firm to have eight attorneys named in "The Best Lawyers in America" publication. Major complex personal injury claims are frequently referred to the firm by other members of the Bar, both locally and nationally. The firm has frequently served as local counsel or co-counsel in joint ventures with other firms in Pittsburgh-based litigation in both state and federal courts. The founding partner, William Caroselli, is a past president of the Pennsylvania Trial Lawyers Association and a member of the International Academy of Trial Lawyers. The founding partner, Ed Beachler, is a member of the American College of Trial Lawyers. Other members of the firm had held leadership positions in the Allegheny County Bar Association, the Pennsylvania Bar Association and the Pennsylvania Association for Justice (formerly Pennsylvania Trial Lawyers Association). Further information regarding the firm can be found at www.cbmclaw.com. Timothy Conboy serves as the administrative partner and referral counsel liaison to discuss referral matters with other attorneys.



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Act 13 Declared Unconstitutional: Violates Environmental Rights Amendment
March 28, 2014
The Supreme Court of Pennsylvania recently issued a Decision dated December 19, 2013 declaring major portions of Act 13, (the 2012 Amendments to the Pennsylvania Oil and Gas Act enacted by the Pennsylvania Legislature and signed by Governor Tom Corbett) unconstitutional. In doing so, the majority...

Victim May Bring New Suit for Mesothelioma despite Earlier Asbestos Suit
March 11, 2014
Exposure to asbestos can cause a variety of serious diseases and, unfortunately, the diagnosis of such diseases may not come until decades after the exposure. Further complicating the matter, the asbestos-related diseases may not develop in the same timeframe.

Nursing Home's Management Company Could Be Liable For Victim's Death
William R. Caroselli, February 21, 2014
When a person dies due to the negligence of others, those responsible should be held accountable. However, what if multiple parties, such as a nursing home as well as its management company, might both be responsible? The Pennsylvania Supreme Court reviewed such a situation in the case of Scampone...






 

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