In an artical posted by the Pitsburgh Post-Gazette www.post-gazette.com, July 11, 2017, experts predict the number of tick bites will have a significant surge in 2017, meaning more people will be at risk for contracting tick-borne illnesses such as Lyme disease.
In an article posted by the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette www.post-gazette.com, thousands of injured workers statewide could receive more benefits after the Pennsylvania Supreme Court struck down a key part of the workers' compensation law.
We are pleased to announce that William R. Caroselli, Esq. is the receipient of the Special Lifetime Achievement Award by the Pennsylvania Association for Justice.
We are pleased to announce that William R. Caroselli, Esq. is the recipient of the 2017 Champion of Justice Award by the Western Pennsylvania Trial Lawyers Association.
We are pleased to announce that Thomas Smith and Rhett Cherkin have been certified as specialists in the practice of workers' compensation law by the Pennsylvania Bar Association Workers' Compensation Law Section. Smith and Cherkin join attorneys Daniel Bricmont and Fred Soilis as certified workers' comp specialists.
Caroselli, Beachler & Coleman to be recognized by the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation for its overwhelming support of research for people with Type 1 diabetes
Bill Caroselli, our founding partner, has decided to take "of counsel" status at the firm. The change will allow Caroselli more flexibility to focus on his interests outside the firm, including his role as Chairman of the WQED Multimedia Board of Directors.
Craig Coleman, an associate of Caroselli, Beachler & Coleman in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania has been named the Best Lawyers 2015 Product Liability "Lawyer of the Year" in Pittsburgh. Best Lawyers is the oldest and most respected peer-review publication in the legal profession.
We are proud to announce that eleven of our lawyers have been honored by Best Lawyers in America. Best Lawyers is a peer rating service that has been honoring lawyers since 1983. Best Lawyers is the oldest and most respected peer-review publication in the legal profession.
Last Thursday, a federal judge from Pennsylvania denied Energy Corporation of America's (ECA) motion to overturn his judgment-a judgment that awarded nearly $912,000 to Greene County, PA landowners. The judgment was awarded to the landowners-some of whom represented by Bill Caroselli of Caroselli, Beachler & Coleman-in a gas royalties class action due to unpaid royalties. The judge contended that the plaintiffs provided enough evidence and sufficient testimony to win the case.