Rated "Superb" by Avvo.com and selected annually as a Super Lawyer since 2008, Terry is an experienced workers' compensation, social security, and employee disability benefit lawyer, Terry has handled cases throughout Pennsylvania. A leader in the field of injury and disability law, he routinely gives presentations and teaches other lawyers, injured workers, insurance professionals and medical professionals about these constantly changing areas of law. Terry has helped thousands of clients with workers' compensation, social security (SSDI and SSI), and disability insurance claims.
Terry is a 1986 graduate of Villanova Law School. While studying at Villanova, he was selected to the Moot Court Board. As a Moot Court Board member, he helped run the school's oral argument competition and argued in national competition. He was the member of a team that reached the semi-finals at the John Marshall School of Law International Privacy Law Moot Court Competition.
Terry has been in private practice since 1986. He has focused his practice on representing injured and disabled workers in workers compensation, social security disability, supplemental security income, short term disability, long term disability and unemployment compensation claims throughout the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
In 1994, he formed Monte & McGraw with his partner and longtime friend Alfred Monte. In 2007, he went into solo practice. In 2010, he formed a new firm, Warren & McGraw, with his legal mentor, Jon Warren.
Terry is excited about the combination of Jon's 30 years of experience handling complex personal injury claims, and his 25 years of experience handling benefit claims for the injured and disabled. The combination of their experience allows Jon & Terry to offer their injured and disabled clients the full breadth of legal services those clients need under one roof, personally handled by experienced lawyers.
In addition to being an active speaker about the practice areas he concentrates in, Terry is a sustaining member of the National Organization of Social Security Representatives, and a member of the Pennsylvania Bar Association and its Workers' Compensation Section, the Pennsylvania Association for Justice, the Montgomery County Bar Association and its Workers Compensation, Employment Law and Medical Legal Committees.
Currently on hiatus from singing, Terry was a member of the Saint Rose of Lima choir for over 15 years. He earned A's in judged vocal & choral competitions in high school and was invited to sing in the New York State All-State Chorus. He served as the President of Lower Gwynedd Little League for three years and coached youth soccer, basketball and baseball. He is an active member of the Ancient Order of Hibernians (AOH). He serves as the Chairman of Standing Committee of the AOH Montgomery County Board (a position that makes use of his legal skills) and is a member of the Isle of Erin Major Degree Team, responsible for leading the team in presenting the formal membership ceremonies of the AOH. Recently widowed, he is the father of a college aged son and daughter. The fourth child in a large Irish Catholic family of 6, Terry enjoys regular family gatherings with his raucous "crew" and particularly enjoys cooking the traditional holiday meals served at those gatherings.
PROFESSIONAL & BAR ASSOCIATION MEMBERSHIPS
Pennsylvania Bar Association
- Workers' Compensation Section
National Organization of Social Security Representatives
Pennsylvania Association for Justice
Montgomery County Bar Association
- Workers Compensation, Employment Law, and Medical Legal Committees
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