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I have Breast Cancer. It was missed on my mammogram in March 2012. I found a lump in my breast in May 2013. I have (stage 2) cancer.I lost my right breast. Do I have a malpractice case? Jill – Nanticoke
I have been donating money to a local charity for years. I got a call that one of the officers has been stealing money. What should I do? Billie – Throop
My neighbor was walking home from work late at night last week and was hit. The driver left the scene. He is still in the hospital. What should he do? Marge – Plains
I had been having pain in my back for years that my doctor did not order any tests for. I just found out that I have cancer. I began having pain four years ago. Is there anything that I can do now? Paul – Lake Ariel
My son plays soccer. The first practice of the year, the kids were running on the field and my son fell and broke his ankle. We found out that there was no inspection done before the kids went out on the field. Is there anything that we can do for our son. Lonnie – Jessup
I work for one of the gas companies in Montrose. I know that my company is cutting corners on drilling. I am worried for my own safety and the safety of the residents. What do I need to do to protect myself? Brian – Dallas
My son was in the hospital recently. He is allergic to certain medications. The nurses gave him medications that he was allergic to and he had a seizure. We are furious. What should we do? Nancy – Meshoppen
I purchased my house last year. Over the winter, our deck collapsed from the weight of the snow. Would this be something that the previous owner could be responsible for? Kevin – Waverly
I was recently laid off from my employer. I have two weeks of sick time left and also sick days. Do they have to pay me for this time? Hank – Kingston
I work at a local factory and one of the machines malfunctioned. I lost part of my hand. The company is telling me that there is nothing I can do. Are they right? Hector – Mountain Top
I went in for a biopsy to find out if I have cancer. When I went for the results they told me that they lost my results. I now don’t know if I have cancer or not. I am scared to death and angry. What should I do now? Bill – Berwick
My son is continually being harassed at school by other kids because he has an intellectual disability. The school will not do anything. How do we make this stop? Pauline – Mt. Pocono
I drive a truck for a living and recently was hit by another truck driver at a truck stop when he was backing up. I suffered broken ribs and a broken leg. I don’t know where to turn. What can I do? Glenn – Freeland
I was going to a friend's house the other night. I got out of my car and got my foot caught on the water main. It was raised almost two inches. I broke my nose and shattered my jaw. Who is responsible for my medical bills? Carl – Hazleton
. I went in for a biopsy to find out if I have cancer. When I went for the results they told me that they lost my results. I now don’t know if I have cancer or not. I am scared to death and angry. What should I do now? Bill – Berwick
My son was recently at an indoor trampoline place and broke his arm. It didn't seem like anyone was paying attention to what the kids were doing. I know that we signed a release but is there anything that we can do. Matt – Trucksville
I was hit by a garbage truck as a pedestrian almost two years ago. I haven't been able to work since the incident and now have to have another surgery. Is there anything that I can do or is it too late? Lonnie - Miners Mills
My landlord knows that the gutters on our apartment building are very bad. They constantly clog and flood our yard. A few weeks ago it froze a huge area and then it snowed. As I was shoveling, I fell and hit my head. I have to now have brain surgery. Can I sue my landlord? Bill - West Scranton
My mom was having a stroke. We called 911 and got her to a local ER immediately. She sat in the ER for nearly five hours. When a doctor finally saw her, he said there was nothing they could do because of how long the stroke had been going on. My mom now has permanent problems. Is there anything that we can do? Nancy – Laceyville
A neighbor who is living with a man for 6 years has a problem. Her live-in boyfriend passed away and did not leave anyone as the beneficiary on his life insurance, nor did he have a Will. He was never married and has no children, but does have a sister and nieces that he had no contact with for many years. Does the surviving live-in partner have any rights to his estate? Jason – Nescopeck
If boundary line runs through a tree line hedge row can one property owner cut trees down without the other landowner’s permission? Jack – Bloomsburg
I am married but legally separated. My husband and I filed our taxes jointly at H&R Block. They gave us an emerald gold card to put the return on instead of either one of our checking accounts. My husband took the Emerald gold card and when the money was deposited took all the return out. Is there anything I can do to receive half of the return? Francine - Nicholson
I live in a rural part of the state and the roads (a state road) I travel sometimes become icy because of run off from home owners property. Who is responsible if there is a car accident because of the ice? Ed - Dushore
I was working for a pipeline company in the natural gas industry and I injured my lower back when I lifted a piece of pipe up. My employer wants to lay me off and to use my employer paid medical insurance. I think I should file a workers comp case but I am scared to loose my job? Jamie - Lake Carey
I've been married for 20 years and I suspect my wife is having an affair. Can I record her phone conversations? Jimmy - Kingston
I own a small business and I have a contract with a local supplier and they have failed to deliver the product on time and are costing me money on every order. Can hire a new supplier and do I have any legal recourse? Losing my patience - Pike County
I was prescribed Zofran for nausea and when I was pregnant and my son was born with a cleft lip. Is there anything I can do for my son? Alicia - Scranton
I worked for 25 years and just was in a bad car accident and my doctor says I am unable to work any longer. Do I need an attorney to file for SSDI and the car accident? Lisa - Danville
I am trying to rent an apartment and the landlord is asking that I submit to a credit check and sign a 2 year lease. Can he do this? Sam - Nanticoke
Attorney Gregory E. Fellerman
Gregory E. Fellerman of Kingston, PA is the founding partner of Fellerman & Ciarimboli. Attorney Fellerman earned his B.A. from Kings College, his MBA from Wilkes University, and his law degree from Widener School of Law. As a law student, Fellerman clerked for the Luzerne County Court of Common Pleas where upon admission to the bar, Fellerman became a member of the Luzerne County District Attorney’s office where he handled criminal matters for eight years. In 2000, Fellerman established a private law practice in Scranton, PA.
Attorney Edward J. Ciarimboli
Edward J. Ciarimboli received a dual bachelor’s degree from Wilkes University in Engineering and Political Science, and received his law degree from Duquesne University School of Law. At Duquesne University, Attorney Ciarimboli was admitted to the Order of the Barristers for excellence in Courtroom Advocacy and was named a national semi-finalist in the American Trial Lawyers Association Moot Court Competition. Ciarimboli served as a law clerk to Luzerne County Court of Common Pleas and the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Pennsylvania. In 2005, Attorney Ciarimboli joined Attorney Fellerman’s private practice as a partner and has since won his clients millions of dollars in compensation.
Attorney Martin J. Meyer
Attorney Martin J. Meyer joined the law firm of Fellerman & Ciarimboli as Attorney Of Counsel after a distinguished career and a multitude of leadership positions in the legal community. Attorney Meyer has been actively engaged in the general practice of law with emphasis on civil litigation and family law since 1960. He has participated in a variety of plaintiff’s litigation before all levels of the state and federal trial courts, including numerous administrative agencies, and appeared before all state and federal appellate courts in Pennsylvania.
Attorney Eric W. Wassel
Attorney Eric W. Wassel is a 1995 graduate of Widener University School of Law and earned his undergraduate degree in Business Administration from the University of Pittsburgh in 1992. Attorney Eric Wassel has been practicing personal injury law in northeastern Pennsylvania since 1999. Wassel brings more than 13 years of litigation experience for cases involving auto & trucking accidents, premises liability, slip and fall injuries, defective products, medical negligence, and nursing home liability.
Attorney Clancy Boylan
Attorney Clancy Boylan is an associate plaintiff’s attorney at Fellerman & Ciarimboli.Clancy Boylan is a 2012 graduate of Duquesne University School of Law. While at Duquesne University, Attorney Boylan was selected as one of the top 16 trial advocates in the country to compete in the prestigious Baylor Law School Top Gun Competition. The Top Gun National Mock Trial Competition is an innovative, invitation-only mock trial tournament where the single best advocates from the top 16 trial advocacy schools go head-to-head for the honor of Top Gun (read the official description). Attorney Boylan was selected for this competition based on his performances throughout his time at Duquesne
Attorney Molly D. Clark
Molly D. Clark earned a Bachelor’s degree from the University of Pittsburgh in 1998 and her Juris Doctorine from Duquesne University School of Law in 2002 where she received the CALI Award of Excellence in Law and Medicine. Attorney Clark began her legal career while earning her Juris Doctorate from Duquesne initailly as a law clerk with McGuire Woods, LP in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania in 1999, followed by a clerkship with the Allegheny County District Attorneys Office in 2001. Attorney Clark ultimately joined one of the largest law firms in the country Jones Day in it’s Pittsburgh office where she remained until 2004. Clark opted to return to Northeastern Pennsylvania in 2004 where she practiced with Nogi, Appleton, Weinberger & Wren, Wright & Reihner, P.C. and also with Hourigan, Kluger & Quinn prior to joining Fellerman & Ciarimboli, P.C.