Philadelphia personal injury lawyer John Mattiacci is the founder of Mattiacci Law, LLC. Mattiacci Law, LLC is an aggressive personal injury law firm serving Philadelphia. John has been handling serious and complex personal injury cases in Philadelphia for more than 13 years. Over that time, John has helped recover tens of millions of dollars on behalf of injured clients and their families in cases litigated in Philadelphia.
John has extensive experience in handling injury cases in the Court of Common Pleas of Philadelphia. This state court system, which is based in City Hall, is the most common forum where Mattiacci Law handles personal injury cases in Pennsylvania. In addition to state court, Philadelphia personal injury attorney John Mattiacci has years of experience handling cases in the federal District Court of the Eastern District of Pennsylvania. These cases are litigated in the James A. Byrne United States Courthouse at 6th and Market Streets.
John has handled a variety of personal injury cases in Philadelphia over the years. These include major construction accident cases, including accidents that occurred at the Pennsylvania Convention Center expansion project, at the former Sunoco refinery on Passyunk Avenue, and at numerous construction sites throughout the city. John has also handled personal injury cases against the City of Philadelphia itself, against the Philadelphia Parking Authority, and against SEPTA (the Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority). John Mattiacci has also brought suits against large local utility companies and corporations, including PECO (Exelon), PGW, and Comcast. John has also successfully brought claims against numerous sporting venues and arenas in Philadelphia, including the Wells Fargo Center and Citizens Bank Park.
At Mattiacci Law we strive to treat our clients as members of the family. We provide the personal attention and care that our clients both demand and deserve. We have represented clients from the far Northeast to West Philly, and from South Philly to North Philadelphia. If you are looking for an aggressive, experienced and attentive Philadelphia personal injury lawyer, look no further than Mattiacci Law and accident lawyer John Mattiacci.
Why choose Mattiacci Law?
We Know Philadelphia
Philadelphia is the fifth largest city in the country by population. Over 1.5 million people live in Philadelphia and even more work in the city. With such a large city and so many people, accidents can and will happen. And handling accident cases in Philadelphia is what John Mattiacci has been doing for more than 13 years.
John has been trying personal injury trials in Philadelphia since the start of his legal career. John Mattiacci was an award-winning trial advocacy student at Temple Law before beginning his legal career in Philadelphia. The overwhelming majority of the cases John Mattiacci has handled over the years have been litigated in Philadelphia. Our firm has intimate knowledge of the legal system in Philly, from arbitration cases all the way up to complex trial cases. This experience has helped our winning injury law firm to maximize our clients’ recoveries.
The Personal Attention You Deserve
Clients first. That is a core focus at the Philadelphia personal injury firm of Mattiacci Law. We do everything we can to give our clients the attention they expect, demand and deserve. This means we do everything from making house calls or hospital visits or routinely calling clients to keep them updated on developments in their cases. We encourage our clients to contact us with questions. John Mattiacci and everyone at the firm will take the time to discuss each case, to answer clients’ questions, and to guide our clients through the legal process.
People hire an attorney to fight their legal battles. At Mattiacci Law, as dedicated Philadelphia personal injury attorneys, we try to do more than that. We strive to make our clients’ lives easier any way we can. We do this by communicating with our clients, by listening to them, and by keeping them updated and intimately involved in their cases. When our clients need help, advice or support, we are there for them.
We Get Results
John Mattiacci has successfully handled serious personal injury cases in Philadelphia for many years. Over those years, John has helped recover multi-million dollar recoveries in numerous cases in state and federal court cases. As a result, John is a member of the Multi-Million Dollar Advocates and Million Dollar Advocates Forum. Membership in this group is limited to attorneys who have recovered million and multi-million dollar verdicts and settlements on behalf of their clients. Less than 1% of all attorneys in the United States are members. We are proud of our track record of multi-million dollar and significant six figure recoveries for our clients. Put our experience to work for you.
No Recovery, No Fee
We offer a contingent fee for personal injury cases. If we do not obtain a settlement or verdict then you do not owe us anything. We never charge a retainer and you will not pay a single penny until and unless we recover money in the case. That’s a guarantee.
If you or a family member have been injured, contact Mattiacci Law today for a free consultation. We will provide a free case review and evaluate any potential claims you have. Call today.
About Philadelphia, PA
Philadelphia is one of the most important cities in American history. It was here in 1776 that Thomas Jefferson drafted the Declaration of Independence. In July of that year, the Continental Congress adopted the Declaration at Independence Hall. More than 600,000 people visit Independence Hall each year. This inspiring site, along with the Liberty Bell, the Betsy Ross House, and many other historical sites, provide rich insights into early American history and the founding of our country.
Philadelphia is home to many “firsts” in American history. It was the first capital of the United States. Pennsylvania Hospital, the first hospital in the United States, is located in Philadelphia. Our city also developed the first medical school in the U.S., the first library, the first stock exchange, and the first zoo. Philadelphia is also the birthplace of the United States Marine Corp. The annual New Year’s Day Mummers Parade is the oldest continuous folk parade in the United States.
Philadelphia is also home to excellent museums. The stunning Philadelphia Museum of Art, where Rocky Balboa ran up its iconic steps, holds more than 227,000 works of art. The Franklin Institute is a museum and science research center located in center city. Founded in 1824, it was named after founding father, statesman and scientist Benjamin Franklin. The Franklin Institute features science and technological exhibits, a planetarium, a walk-through model of the human heart, preserved trains and planes, and live science shows. History buffs can also visit numerous museums, including the National Constitution Center and the Independence Seaport Museum at Penns Landing.
With so much to do and experience, Philadelphia is one of America’s must-see cities.