At Mattiacci Law, our personal injury lawyers strive for:

24/7 Service

Whether it’s one in the morning or one in the afternoon, you can expect to connect with Mattiacci Law. Winning is important, but keeping you up-to-date on your case is of equal importance to us.

Cost-Free Until We Win

We are so confident in our ability to achieve a settlement that we practice on a contingency basis. That means that you don’t pay us a dime until we win your case.

Results Driven

Our results speak for themselves. We pride ourselves on the results we obtain for our clients.

You can place your trust in us.

    “We wanted to take a moment to thank for all the hard work and commitment you and your paralegals put into our legal case. You have been patient, understanding and supportive over these past few years, which in turn made this difficult situation more bearable. Thanks again for everything you did and it was a pleasure meeting you. Thank you!”

    - Lisa & Anthony

    “Months had gone by without any help so it was time for a change. I came across John Mattiacci Attorney in civil suits. I explained to John in detail about the person who ran a stop sign, and he always kept eye contact except to write down information. John was the attorney I needed. I fired the firm who I had who did nothing. John went to work and I mean he went to work… The amount of money is between John, and I, it was five times what I thought it would be. John is the nicest attorney until his clients are pushed. I have seen this in person in action, need I say more.”

    - Mark

    “John is an excellent lawyer. I hired John after being hit by a drunk driver. In addition to getting me a fair settlement, John was knowledgeable, patient, and thorough. He kept me informed every step of the way and his friendly, easy going manner made it easier for me to recall the disturbing details of the accident and the difficult months following it. I would recommend John to anyone who needs a good lawyer.”

    - Maude
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Our Approach

We don’t settle for anything less than the best

Most cases don’t make it to trial, but we prepare for it regardless. Insurance companies use many tactics in an attempt to cheat you out of the settlement you deserve, and sometimes, escalating to trial is necessary.

Meet Managing Attorney John Mattiacci

For more than 16 years, I have represented clients who were paralyzed, brain-damaged, permanently injured, or killed. I pride myself and am honored by the many opportunities I have had to help families pick up the broken pieces and put their lives back together after devastating injuries or death.

At the heart of my practice is service. When you work with me, you are family, and I fight for you like you are one of my own. Not all law firms offer the dedicated attention that myself and my associates can, and we wouldn’t have it any other way.

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  • The “As-Is” Clause in a Residential Lease

    January 1, 2019 | Read Time: 3 minutes

    Is an “As-Is” clause in a residential lease in Pennsylvania enforceable? That is a question that comes up any time a tenant is injured in a rental property and attempts to sue the landlord. Landlords will commonly include an “As-Is” clause in the lease. The “As-Is” clause generally says that the tenant accepts the property...

  • John Mattiacci Serves As Temple Law Adjunct Professor Of Trial Advocacy

    November 11, 2018 | Read Time: 1 minute

    During the Spring semester of 2018, John Mattiacci taught as a Temple Law adjunct professor of trial advocacy at his alma mater. He co-taught a 2L class with his wife, Laura Carlin Mattiacci. Both John and Laura graduated from the James E. Beasley School of Law at Temple University in 2002. They served together on the school’s award-winning trial...

  • Proving Older Products Are Defective

    January 1, 2017 | Read Time: 5 minutes

    Proving older products are defective in a product liability case can be difficult. However, it is possible with the right arguments. The key to any such case is showing that the product was defective at the time it was designed or sold. Evidence that safer alternative designs were available when the product was designed, manufactured...