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In a city known for its fighters, we've got 5 of the best!

James J. McEldrew III, Esquire,

began his long and successful legal career right out of Delaware Law School representing insurance companies and major corporations – where he learned he would rather help the victims seeking justice. Since 1988, he’s worked tirelessly on behalf of thousands of men, women and children who have been injured or otherwise harmed, making sure they are ably represented and get the justice they deserve.

Jim represents several unions, including the TWU and IBEW. Over the course of his career he has secured over $100 million in claims for his clients.

He lectures extensively on railroad litigation, medical malpractice, fraud and other complex civil matters and provides expert legal commentary for several major media outlets including WCAU-TV, Fox News, WXPN and the Philadelphia Inquirer. fox_news

A member of many associations and legal organizations, Jim has served the legal and business community in leadership roles throughout his career. He was elected president of the Philadelphia Trial Lawyers Association for 2004-2005 and has served that body – which brings together all the lawyers representing victims in the city of Philadelphia – on its board of governors since 1995.

Jim has been a Philadelphia trial lawyer his entire career. He was born in Southwest Philly and lives in Center City. Philly Justice gives him an opportunity to focus his strong litigation skills and vast legal experience on those citizens of his city who, he believes, need them the most.

Eric L. Young, Esquire,

has devoted most of his career to representing employees fighting for their rights, becoming one of the nation’s leading whistleblower attorneys as well as a sought-after speaker and writer on legal issues including whistle-blowing and ethics. Among his many successful cases, he represented a client against a drug manufacturer for a $2 billion settlement – still the largest settlement in the United States under the False Claims Act.

Eric served as general counsel of the United Food and Commercial Workers, Local 1776, one of the largest local unions in the country, where he represented their 24,000 members in contract negotiations and labor arbitrations involving the organization’s nearly 100 collective bargaining agreements. He is a member of American Association of Justice, National Employment Lawyers Association, Pennsylvania Bar Association and Taxpayers Against Fraud.

A graduate of Widener Law School, Eric has represented clients across the country and internationally. He was born and raised in Northeast Philly.

Thomas A. Dinan, Esquire,

fights for working families who have been harmed by careless insurance companies, medical providers and large corporations. For more than a decade he’s pitted his trial skills and tenacity against corporate attorneys to get compensation for families of wrongful death cases and victims of medical errors, nursing home abuse, defective products, automobile and commercial trucking accidents, railroad workers’ injuries and unsafe premises.

Tom fine-tuned his trial skills as an assistant district attorney in both Pennsylvania and Florida.

Tom was born and raised in Southwest Philadelphia, where he attended West Catholic High School.

Daniel Purtell, Esquire

became a litigator fighting injustice for his clients after he saw how insurance companies, corporations and medical providers put their profits ahead of his own injured family members’ well-being. His trial experience involves wrongful death cases as well as personal injury claims resulting from drug companies’ and medical negligence, unsafe premises and automobile, commercial trucking and railroad accidents.

Dan is a member of the Pennsylvania Bar, The Temple Inn of Court, Philadelphia Trial Attorneys Association and Pennsylvania Association of Justice.

A native Philadelphian, Dan is a graduate of Temple University Beasley School of Law where he was a member of Temple’s nationally recognized Trial Advocacy Program. Dan lives in Northern Liberties.