We are pleased to announce that our very own
Attorney James C. Haggerty was recently appointed by the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania to serve on
the Disciplinary Board. Because the tasks of such a position are lengthy
and complex, it is with great honor that Mr. Haggerty has accepted the
position. Our legal team at Haggerty, Goldberg, Schleifer & Kupersmith,
P.C. is proud of Mr. Haggerty’s recent appointment and would like
to congratulate him for this accomplishment.
About the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania
In Pennsylvania, the court system is structured in a pyramid form, with
the Supreme Court presiding over the following:
- Superior Court
- Commonwealth Court
- Courts of Common Pleas
- Minor Courts
Because the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania is considered the most powerful
court in the state, Mr. Haggerty’s new position on the Disciplinary
Board will provide him with extensive knowledge and skills regarding all
courts throughout the state.
As part of this team, Mr. Haggerty will be responsible for handling and
hearing cases involving lawyers who have been accused of non-feasance
or misfeasance while handling legal matters on behalf of their clients.
To remedy such cases, the Disciplinary Board recommends actions and punishments
to the Supreme Court with respect to offending lawyers.
In Need of Legal Representation? Our Firm Can Help.
At Haggerty, Goldberg, Schleifer & Kupersmith, P.C.,
our team of Philadelphia personal injury lawyers is highly skilled in various areas of personal injury law. Because we
are passionate about safeguarding the rights of our clients, our team
works diligently to build strong cases in order to help individuals pursue
justice and the maximum amount of monetary compensation they deserve following
accidents. In every case, our team strives for the best results and fights
relentlessly to protect our clients.
If you or someone you love was involved in an accident, get in touch with
a Philadelphia personal injury attorney at Haggerty, Goldberg, Schleifer
& Kupersmith, P.C. by
calling our firm or
filling out a free case evaluation form online!