Fellerman & Ciriamboli: Fighting for the injured.

Attorney Gregory E. Fellerman

Attorney Gregory E. Fellerman

Attorney Gregory E. Fellerman

 

Professional Profile

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 Fellerman has a passion for representing victims, whether they are victims of medical malpractice, automobile collisions, insurance bad faith claims, or injured workers. His aggressive representation consistently wins his clients the compensation they deserve.

In 2001, Fellerman served as the Solicitor for the City of Wilkes-Barre where he connected with and earned the respect of citizens and city, county, and state officials. He is a member of the Luzerne County Bar Association, the Pennsylvania Bar Association, the Pennsylvania Trial Lawyers Association, and the American Trial Lawyers Association.

Attorney Fellerman has been named by the rating service Super Lawyers, as as a rising star in 2005-2007 for his “high-degree of peer recognition and professional achievement.


Experience:

What are some of your most important cases?

All of my cases are important, but believe it or not, my most important cases don’t always mean the largest cases, but the cases that have the largest impact on the client, or correct a situation where someone has been really injured.  The ones I am most proud of are also those that I would consider the most important.

Why are you an attorney?

I have always had a special interest in people.  I may not be the most technology savvy guy but I definitely understand how people work.  I have been doing this for a long time and if I still have the passion to go to work every day after years of practicing law I would say this is the right profession for me.

<p.What do you do when you are not practicing law?

I really enjoy spending time with my family.