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Brian is a trial attorney whose practice involves litigation, both civil and criminal. From the civil side of his practice, Brian has represented thousands of plaintiffs in all varieties of personal injury including but not limited to: motor vehicle accidents, premises liability, workman’s compensation, social security disability and, insurance bad faith. Additionally, Brian represents both Plaintiffs and Defendants in real estate disputes, business litigation, contract disputes, custody disputes and landlord/tenant matters.
On the criminal side of his practice Brian represents clients in trials throughout Pennsylvania and New Jersey State and Federal Courts. Brian is prepared to handle cases involving a full range of criminal charges, including those involving: drug crimes, theft, DUI/ drunk driving, traffic violations and traffic tickets, juvenile offenses, firearms offenses and domestic violence.
Prior to joining Laffey, Bucci and Kent, Brian managed his own Law Office for four years and worked for firms in Pennsylvania and New Jersey, where he gained extensive experience and earned a reputation as a proactive, aggressive and unrelenting courtroom lawyer.
Among his many courtroom victories was when Brian represented a 40-year-old female with limited tort insurance. Brian took the matter to trial obtaining a jury verdict in favor of plaintiff in the amount of $900,000.00.
Brian graduated from Rutgers University School of Law- Camden in 2004, where he participated in an: Externship with the Philadelphia District Attorney, Internship with Camden County Prosecutor, an Internship with Camden County Public Defender and also served as American Bar Association Chapter Treasurer from 2002 to 2004.
Brian graduated from Kutztown University with a B.S. in Secondary Education concentration in History where he was on the Dean’s List. Brian participated in Golden Bears Rugby from 1995 to 1999 and was a member of the Phi Alpha Theta National History Fraternity and History Club.
Brian is licensed to practice law in Pennsylvania and New Jersey and is admitted to practice in United States District Court: Eastern District of Pennsylvania as well as The District of New Jersey.