When stakes are high, and medical bills multiply, car accident victims deserve a strong defender. Filing a personal injury lawsuit is a major decision. Survivors owe it to themselves to find major help.
Marciano & MacAvoy: Pennsylvania DUI Accident Lawyers
The personal injury attorneys at Marciano & MacAvoy, P.C. are dedicated to protecting the best interests of car crash survivors throughout Pennsylvania.
Kevin R. Marciano, Esquire
The Managing Partner at Marciano & MacAvoy, Kevin Marciano has spent the last 23 years defending the rights of accident victims throughout Pennsylvania and New Jersey.
Over the years, he’s secured numerous multi-million dollar settlements and verdicts for his clients, including many major victories for the survivors of DUI-related accidents:
- $12.7 million : liquor liability case
- $4.3 million : liquor liability case
- $2 million : Pennsylvania dram shop case
- $1 million : settlement in dram shop case
- $1 million : settlement in bar liquor liability case
While past results can’t guarantee future outcomes, Kevin’s experience should prove valuable to anyone injured by a drunk driver.
Education & Achievements
After graduating from Dickinson College, Mr. Marciano went on to earn his Juris Doctorate, with honors, from Ohio’s Capital University Law School. He spent 5 years as an Associate at Philadelphia’s Richard, Disanti, Hamilton & Gallagher, P.C. and another 10 as a Partner at Anapol, Schwartz, Weiss & Cohan, P.C. before establishing his own firm.
Mr. Marciano served as the President of the Pennsylvania Association of Justice from 2009 to 2010. He remains a member of the Association, and frequently contributes to its publications. He has been consistently named one of “Super Lawyers” Top Rated Personal Injury / Plaintiff Attorneys in Pennsylvania, including receiving the honor every year from 2006 to 2016.
Mr. Marciano puts his legal experience to good use, holding mock trials around an anti-smoking theme in Pennsylvania elementary schools to educate students on the perils of tobacco use. He actively plans and attends gatherings for underprivileged children in the community during the holidays.
Patrick D. MacAvoy, Esquire
Pat came to Marciano & MacAvoy after several years as a civil defense attorney, defending insurance companies and their clients in catastrophic injury lawsuits. That unique experience brings a strong advantage to every one of our clients; Pat knows how insurance companies attempt to reduce their own liability, and now uses that knowledge against them.
Pat is licensed to practice law in both Pennsylvania and New Jersey.
Education & Achievements
Pat earned his undergraduate degree in economics at Penn State, and went on to secure a law degree from Villanova University School of Law. He excelled at Villanova, taking part in the school’s Moot Court, an extracurricular in which budding attorneys hone their skills in simulated court trials. Pat went on to earn his Masters of Law in Trial Advocacy at Temple University’s Beasley School of Law.
Pat currently serves as an adjunct professor at Temple’s Beasley School of Law, and appears as a guest judge at Villanova’s Moot Court competitions.
Living in South Philly, Pat serves on the board of ArtWell, a non-profit devoted to promoting the arts as a preventive measure against community violence in Philadelphia. He volunteers his legal services through Philadelphia Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts, an organization offering pro-bono and low cost legal help to cultural organizations and artists in the community.
You can see Pat sharing his legal knowledge as a featured analyst on national TV programs, like Fox Business’ “Money with Melissa Francis.” He’s also a big brother with the Southeast Pennsylvania branch of Big Brothers Big Sisters.
Drunk Driving Accident? We Can Help.
At Marciano & MacAvoy, we strive to provide our clients with the kind of individual attention that just isn’t available from large law firms, ones often staffed by dozens of inexperienced junior associates. We don’t off-load our cases, and our clients won’t get lost in a bureaucratic system.
We understand how serious injuries can affect your life, and the last thing on our minds is becoming another burden. That’s why we only offer our legal services on a contingency-fee basis: you pay us nothing until we secure compensation in your case.