RICHARD SEIDEL

ATTORNEY

Richard S. Seidel has over 20-years of success representing injured victims of negligence under his belt. He is known for providing clients with exceptional, personal attention, having traditional values, and a modern approach to how he serves. His practice is focused in the areas of medical malpractice, personal injury, and catastrophic injury.

Upon graduating from Temple University School of Law, with a JD, cum laude and Temple University, with a BA, cum laude in 1989, he has been admitted to practice in the state of Pennsylvania and New Jersey, along with the United States Supreme Court, Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit, the District Court for the Eastern Court of Pennsylvania, as well as a number of other jurisdictions.

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Awards and Professional Memberships

Richard Seidel received numerous awards during his career including the AV® PreeminentTM Peer Review RatedSM by Martindale-Hubbell® and the Pennsylvania Super Lawyers, from 2006 to 2008.

Seidel is currently working in the Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas as Judge Pro Tempore and as Neutral Arbitrator since 2000 and has also been a student trial advocacy judge for Temple University School of Law since 1996.

He has professional memberships with the American, Pennsylvania, and Philadelphia Bar Foundation and the American Trial Lawyers Association, as well as a number of other local and national organizations.

Verdicts and Recoveries

Seidel’s 20-plus-year history of success for his clients includes numerous verdicts and recoveries of over $1 Million dollars. These cases involve helping medical malpractice, personal and catastrophic injury victims. One of his biggest recoveries was an $8 Million dollar case, in which a minor child had sustained injuries, including brain damage, during a complicated childbirth. Most recoveries are confidential and prior successes are not indicative of future results.

Recovery in excess of $8,000,000

For a minor child who sustained injuries, including brain damage, during a complicated birth

Recovery in excess of $2,400,000

For a man who was brain damaged following an automobile accident and failure to treat a bleeding bruise of the brain in the hospital

Recovery in excess of $2,000,000

For a minor child who sustained the loss of his leg due to the failure to properly treat a blood clot

Recovery in excess of $1,000,000

For a father of two who drove off the side of the road due to missing guardrails

Recovery in excess of $1,000,000

For the family of a gentleman who was struck by a train in an unmarked crossing

Recovery in excess of $1,000,000

For a woman who lost a large portion of her intestine following a poorly treated episode of gallstones

Recovery in excess of $1,000,000

For an elderly woman who was not timely or properly treated in an emergency room

Recovery in excess of $1,000,000

For a welder who suffered hearing loss and brain damage after an explosion