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Pasquale E. Bianculli , Esq.​

Phone: 215-458­-2222
Email: peb@fritzgoldenberg.com

Specific Service Offerings

Pasquale E. Bianculli

  • Construction accidents
  • Chemical Exposure
  • Workplace Accidents
  • Slip and Fall Accidents
  • Automobile Accidents

Narrative/Experience

My Promise to the Client

Before becoming an attorney Pasquale worked for 18 years as a union rod­setter/ironworker. During this time he not only witnessed the struggles working men and women confronted on a daily basis, but he saw the terrible burden of injury and the recovery process. This experience has given Pasquale an intimate knowledge of all matters regarding personal injury and more importantly has instilled in him an empathy for those who are injured and a sincere desire to see the client as the person he or she is and the struggle they are going through. Approximately five years ago, Pasquale started Union Services Access “USA”, in order to provide injured workers with exemplary legal services and further guidance in their recovery process.

Honors

In 2014, Pasquale received the prestigious Peggy Browning Award and was recognized by the state of Pennsylvania for his legal activism, tireless support for working men and women and the consummate representation of those who were injured due to the negligence of others.

Bar Admissions

  • Pennsylvania
  • New Jersey

Education

  • Temple University School of Law, J.D., 1992
  • Temple University, B.S., 1986

Representative Matters

Pasquale’s extensive experience in the construction industry coupled with more than 24 years of legal representation has assisted in the recovery of millions of dollars including:

  • 17 million for the family of an electrician, the largest reported settlement of a wrongful death in Philadelphia county history.
  • 16.3 million settlement in amputation case involving an Ironworker.
  • 14 million for worker who suffered traumatic brain injury after a fall.
  • 1.75 million for worker who fell on worksite.
  • 1.35 million for malpractice case.
  • 700,000 for worker who suffered knee injury.
  • 530,000 for worker who suffered back injury.