Benjamin W. Lawrence, Esquire is a trial lawyer. He represents clients in State and Federal Courts in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. Ben’s practice includes insurance/self-insured defense litigation, including premises liability, commercial disputes, automobile/trucking liability, professional liability/malpractice, contract claims and defenses, insurance coverage, product liability, workers' compensation, and employment discrimination.
In his zealous representation of clients, Ben partners with individuals and business entity owners, risk managers, insurance professionals, employers and employees from the first claim event to trial/resolution to ensure that litigation guidelines are met, and that all aspects of the claim are thoroughly investigated and properly defended. Ben recognizes that the practice of Law is a service business - he and the Firm honor that commitment to client service daily.
Ben has both handled and assisted in the development, pursuit and defense of claim events and handled cases ranging in value from small claims to Bet-the-Company cases. He has successfully tried issues in State and Federal courts in Pennsylvania and New Jersey
Mr. Lawrence graduated from DeSales University with his Bachelor of Arts in History in 2003. He earned his Juris Doctor in 2008 from The Catholic University of America, Columbus School of Law. Ben is admitted to the bars of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and the State of New Jersey and their federal Courts.
Mr. Lawrence can be reached directly at BWLawrence@wagnerlaw.net or (215) 979-8712.
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