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Richard C. Angino

Richard C. Angino

Richard C. Angino has a legal career spanning more than five decades.  He 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.

Born of immigrant parents, he distinguished himself academically and as an athlete at Duquesne High School, winning a scholastic/football scholarship to Franklin and Marshall College.  He went to Villanova Law School on an academic scholarship where he was a member of the Law Review and graduated seventh in his class.

In 1965, he joined a plaintiff’s civil litigation law firm in Harrisburg; in 1967, became the firm’s principal litigator; in 1979 co-authored the Pennsylvania No-Fault Motor Vehicle Insurance Act; in 1979, received the highest Martindale Hubbell rating of AV from his peers; in 1982, was elected President of the Pennsylvania Trial Lawyers Association; during his presidency, was the principal negotiator with the insurance industry and the legislature in the later enactment of the Motor Vehicle Financial Responsibility 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.

Richard is licensed to practice in Pennsylvania, United States District Court for the Middle District of Pennsylvania, United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, the United States Supreme Court, and the United States Court of Appeals 3rd Circuit.

He and his wife have two sons, a daughter, two granddaughters and one grandson.

Troy L. M. Brown III, Esq.

Troy L. M. Brown III, Esq.

Troy L. M. Brown III, Esq. is a graduate with honors from Widener Commonwealth Law School.  During his education he served as an Executive Board Member of the Moot Court Honor Society and participated in the Trial Advocacy Honor Society and Widener Journal of Law, Economics, and Race. He has competed in several national Moot Court and Trial Advocacy competitions, including a quarter finals finisher at the Herbert Wechsler National Criminal Moot Court Competition in Buffalo, New York where he showcased his skills against the Nation’s top ranked law schools.  Beyond the classroom, Troy gained practical experience by participating in numerous internships throughout his education.

Troy is a graduate of Mount Carmel  Area Junior/Senior Highschool and a Penn State Harrisburg graduate in criminal justice. While at Penn State, Troy served as an Executive Board member for the Penn State Harrisburg branch of the National Society of Leadership and Success where he was presented with the National Engaged Leader Award.

Troy joined the firm in January, 2017.  Since joining the firm, Troy has played an integral part in ensuring that our clients get the best results.  Troy is licensed to practice in Pennsylvania and the United States District Court for the Middle District of Pennsylvania.  Outside the office Troy enjoys spending time with his wife and daughter.

Richard C. Angino

Richard C. Angino has a legal career spanning more than five decades.  He 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.

Born of immigrant parents, he distinguished himself academically and as an athlete at Duquesne High School, winning a scholastic/football scholarship to Franklin and Marshall College.  He went to Villanova Law School on an academic scholarship where he was a member of the Law Review and graduated seventh in his class.

In 1965, he joined a plaintiff’s civil litigation law firm in Harrisburg; in 1967, became the firm’s principal litigator; in 1979 co-authored the Pennsylvania No-Fault Motor Vehicle Insurance Act; in 1979, received the highest Martindale Hubbell rating of AV from his peers; in 1982, was elected President of the Pennsylvania Trial Lawyers Association; during his presidency, was the principal negotiator with the insurance industry and the legislature in the later enactment of the Motor Vehicle Financial Responsibility 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.

Richard is licensed to practice in Pennsylvania, United States District Court for the Middle District of Pennsylvania, United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, the United States Supreme Court, and the United States Court of Appeals 3rd Circuit.

He and his wife have two sons, a daughter, two granddaughters and one grandson.

Troy L. M. Brown III, Esq.

Troy L. M. Brown III, Esq. is a graduate with honors from Widener Commonwealth Law School.  During his education he served as an Executive Board Member of the Moot Court Honor Society and participated in the Trial Advocacy Honor Society and Widener Journal of Law, Economics, and Race. He has competed in several national Moot Court and Trial Advocacy competitions, including a quarter finals finisher at the Herbert Wechsler National Criminal Moot Court Competition in Buffalo, New York where he showcased his skills against the Nation’s top ranked law schools.  Beyond the classroom, Troy gained practical experience by participating in numerous internships throughout his education.

Troy is a graduate of Mount Carmel  Area Junior/Senior Highschool and a Penn State Harrisburg graduate in criminal justice. While at Penn State, Troy served as an Executive Board member for the Penn State Harrisburg branch of the National Society of Leadership and Success where he was presented with the National Engaged Leader Award.

Troy joined the firm in January, 2017.  Since joining the firm, Troy has played an integral part in ensuring that our clients get the best results.  Troy is licensed to practice in Pennsylvania and the United States District Court for the Middle District of Pennsylvania.  Outside the office Troy enjoys spending time with his wife and daughter.

The Decision to Call

You call the Angino Law Firm because you or someone you love has been injured or killed by someone’s negligence. You have important questions and concerns.

Call Us at (717) 238-6791 / (800) 648-2070.
We do not charge to answer questions about your personal injury.

There is NEVER a consultation fee.

Following an initial interview, you will know immediately if your case is the type the Angino Law Firm handles.

The Angino Law Firm does not handle workers compensation, social security, divorce, real estate or criminal matters.