Erin Marie Siciliano Partner

     

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Erin Siciliano has a varied civil defense practice focused on the efficient and cost-effective resolution of general, auto, asbestos, product, premise, professional and Dram shop liability claims brought in Pennsylvania and New Jersey state and federal courts. Erin handles such matters from inception through resolution by settlement, dismissal, arbitration, mediation or trial. She has second-chair trial experience on insurance coverage matters as well.

In addition, Erin handles employment and discrimination matters, including employment agreements, in a variety of venues. She also has experience in professional liability matters alleging malpractice, negligence, and errors and omissions against engineers and insurance brokers and agents as well as home inspectors and pest control companies. With prior experience representing plaintiffs in consumer cases, clients and colleagues frequently seek out Erin’s counsel on issues arising under unfair trade practice statutes.

A significant portion of Erin’s practice involves representing school bus companies and para-transit providers in personal injury, wrongful death and property damage claims arising from collisions with other vehicles as well as lawsuits alleging negligent supervision or improper securing of passengers. She also regularly defends summer camps and health club operators in premises liability and negligent supervision claims. In the product liability area, she has handled a number of claims involving construction and manufacturing equipment.

Drawing on her education in English and communications, Erin provides her clients with clear and concise work product and is adept at explaining complicated legal issues and theories so they can be easily understood and appreciated by all parties involved in a case.

Representative Matters

Secured favorable resolution of a five-count fraud claim on behalf of an international travel agency. Convinced plaintiffs to honor forum selection clause in highly defense-receptive Bucks County, Pennsylvania and subsequently to dismiss the entire lawsuit with prejudice.

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