- Anapol SchwartzPartner (Shareholder), present
1710 Spruce Street Philadelphia, PA 19103
He is proud to have participated in the firm's successes in the past and to have helped the firm earn its reputation for excellence. His clients are unanimous in their appreciation for his hard work, as well as his compassion and concern for their interests.
He has represented a number of individuals in a wide variety of
personal injury actions. His 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
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. He came to the firm in 1982 after completing a judicial clerkship in the Court of Common Pleas of Philadelphia County. He is licensed to practice in both Pennsylvania and New Jersey .He is a frequent course planner, moderator, and lecturer for the Pennsylvania Bar Institute, Pennsylvania and Philadelphia Trial Lawyers Associations. Topics have included Federal Civil Procedure, Liquor/Dram Shop Liability, Automobile and Truck Accidents, Trial and Deposition Techniques, and Stockbroker Fraud. These programs are provided to other attorneys to fulfill the continuing legal education requirements of the Pennsylvania Supreme Court.
Mr. Feldman is a member of the Pennsylvania and Philadelphia Bar Associations, as well as the Pennsylvania , Philadelphia and American Trial Lawyers Associations. He is also a member of the Public Investors Arbitration Bar Association (PIABA), which exclusively represents investors against brokerage firms in stock fraud and stock loss cases. He is active in community and charitable organizations.
In January 2010, Attorney Feldman (along with co-authors and Anapol Schwartz lawyers, Michael Barbiero and Amber Racine,) wrote The Library of Pennsylvania Personal Injury Forms. The book, presented by The Legal Intelligencer, contains hundreds of pages of forms and information every personal injury lawyer in Pennsylvania will need to prosecute a case from beginning to end. The book is considered a must-have resource which focuses on Pennsylvania’s ten most litigious counties.
- Villanova University School of Law1981