Brandon A. Swartz
Mr. Swartz is a founding partner of Swartz Culleton Ferris PLLC. His practice focuses on all types of Personal Injury cases including Wrongful Death, Medical Malpractice, Civil Rights Violations, Motor Vehicle, Premises Liability, Productsâ€™ Liability, Trucking accidents and Workersâ€™ Compensation.
Prior to founding Swartz Culleton Ferris PLLC, with his partner, Christopher Culleton, Mr. Swartz was associated with David F. Itkoff & Associates, P.C where his legal career has been highlighted by several outstanding results including a $12.5 million jury verdict obtained on behalf of a man injured in an industrial work accident, the third highest verdict in Philadelphia County for the year 2003; a $3 million dollar settlement in the Eastern District of Pennsylvania on behalf of a child who was born prematurely with substantial developmental defects after his mother consumed turkey deli meat infected with Listeria, the settlement was reported on the CBS morning news scrawl and appeared in numerous newspapers throughout the country; a $1.5 million settlement in the Bucks County Court of Common Pleas on behalf a construction worker who fell through a roof, the third highest settlement ever reported in Bucks County, Pennsylvania; and a $1.5 million settlement in the Montgomery County Court of Common Pleas on behalf of a young woman who sustained severe facial injuries as a passenger in car accident in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania. Mr. Swartz has also obtained numerous favorable awards and settlements representing hundreds of injured workersâ€™ compensation claimants in the Bristol, Philadelphia, Malvern, Upper Darby, Scranton, Wilkes-Barre and Stroudsburg Workersâ€™ Compensation Offices.
Mr. Swartz is a graduate of the Temple University School of Law where he graduated cum laude and placed first place in the 1994 Samuel J. Polsky Moot Court Competition open to all second year law students.
Mr. Swartz is a member of the Pennsylvania Bar Association and is admitted to practice in the Eastern of District of Pennsylvania.