About Joel Feldman

For more than 30 years Joel Feldman has represented individuals and families after devastating accidents. He believes that lawyers need to listen to their clients to fully understand what they and their families are going through. He speaks and writes about how life-altering injuries and deaths affect individuals. Clients deserve zealous representation and compassion. Joel Feldman's personal injury practice includes cases arising from dangerous products and construction site accidents, nursing home neglect, dangerous conditions on properties, automobile and truck accidents, medical and dental malpractice, and alcohol-related accidents. He received his bachelor's degree from the University of Vermont in 1976 and his law degree from Villanova University School of Law in 1981 and is currently scheduled to receive his Masters in Counseling in 2012.

He is involved in a wide range of charitable pursuits ranging from traffic safety to encouraging young people to undertake service opportunities. Joel was awarded the Pennsylvania Association for Justice’s 2011 Community Service Award for all of his efforts in ending distracted driving.

Mr. Feldman is a co-author of The Library of Pennsylvania Personal Injury Forms and Pennsylvania Legal Causes of Action.

Pa General Assembly Adopts Resolution Declaring April Distracted Driving Awareness Month

At the urging of the Casey Feldman Foundation, the  Pa General Assembly adopted a Resolution Declaring April Distracted Driving Awareness Month. The resolution was jointly sponsored by Representative Gregory Vitali and Representative William Adolph.

Death Cases-Representing Family Members Zealously and Compassionately

For 30 years, I have represented families of those who have lost loved ones. While I think that my job as an attorney is to understand a client’s suffering in order to fully develop damages, my responsibility as a compassionate human being is to offer comfort if I can.

Philadelphia Attorney Speaks with Floridians about Distracted Driving

Leslie Goller and members of her firm, Terrell Hogan,  were among the first to jump in and agree to do presentations as part of April’s Distracted Driving  Awareness month  and have a number of presentations lined up.

Speaking with more than 5000 students in the Philadelphia area about distracted driving

As part of April’s National Distracted Driving Awareness Month the Philadelphia law firm of Anapol, Schwartz will provide distracted driving presentations free of charge to more than 5000 students over the next two months. Most of the law firm’s 27 attorneys will be doing at least one presentation with many doing as many as 15 […]

Damages in Personal Injury Cases

Lawyers tend to be task-oriented—some say we like to get from “A to Z” quickly. I think we may be too quick. As I learn about how people proceed through the mourning process and face loss and grief I believe we do a disservice to our clients and miss opportunities to learn more about our […]