Areas of Expertise
The Angino Law Firm
Ask about all of your options… What courses of action are open and the risks and benefits of each? Ask how determinations will be made in your case … Richard Angino and the Angino Law Firm associates and Staff will need to examine the report of the accident or incident, findings of doctors and other professionals, and hear from experts in the field to develop a plan in your case. It is appropriate to ask the steps they will be taking to develop your case. Ask for a timetable… It is reasonable to ask for general guidelines about when your case may go through its various stages.
Communicating with The Angino law Firm
You have a right and a responsibility to participate in your case. You have a right to take part in the decisions about your case and are invited to do the following:
- Ask to have anything that is unclear repeated or explained.
- Ask for information in writing.
- Ask questions so you know and understand the procedure.
While at home you can help your case by doing the following:
- Write down things about your case or condition that are not normal or that you didn’t anticipate.
- Preserve all evidence that bears on your claim or case.
- Retain in your files all bills, photographs, documents, reports recently received or overlooked.
Particular Concentration on Automobile, Medical Malpractice abd Insurance Law
Richard Angino has briefed and argued more than 165 Appellate cases and has authored and lectured in numerous areas of civil litigation, with a particular concentration on automobile, medical malpractice and insurance law.
In 1983, he was selected as the youngest and one of only thirteen and the only plaintiff personal injury lawyer between Pittsburgh and Philadelphia in the first edition of Best Lawyers in America; he has continued to be selected in every edition of Best Lawyers from 1983 to the present; has the distinction of being the only plaintiffs’ personal injury attorney in the Greater Harrisburg metro area to be listed in Best Lawyers for 32 years; and has been selected as a Pennsylvania Super Lawyer since its inception.
Product Liability Law
Since the 1966 adoption of strict liability in Pennsylvania, Richard Angino has been in the forefront of litigating, lecturing, briefing and arguing Appellate cases dealing with products liability law.
Litigation involving State and Federal Statues including the 2002 Whistleblower Law and 2008-2010 Congressional Action involving the Banking Industry.