Thomas Smith, Pittsburgh Workers’ Compensation Attorney

Thomas G. Smith - workers-compensation - Super Lawyers

About Thomas G. Smith

Caroselli, Beachler, & Coleman, LLC
20 Stanwix Street , Suite 700
Pittsburgh, PA
Phone: 412-391-9860
Fax: 412-391-7453

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Selected To Super Lawyers: 2005 - 2006, 2009 - 2019

Video Transcript 

[GRAPHIC: Super Lawyers; Thomas Smith rated by Super Lawyers; Attorney Thomas Smith on why he chose to practice Workers’ Compensation law]

Thomas Smith: My name is Thomas Smith. I’m a Partner in the law firm of Caroselli, Beachler, McTiernan & Conboy. I’ve been practicing law in western Pennsylvania since 1982. I’ve been a member of this firm since 1987. I concentrate my practice in the fields of Worker’s Compensation and personal injury litigation, mainly concentrating in the western part of Pennsylvania. I got my license in October of 1982 and was in court within two days. I worked with an attorney, who had offices here in Pittsburgh and out in the eastern suburbs. Being a general practitioner, working with one other attorney, we did everything. My being involved in that general practice doing all kinds of things gave me the ability to know kind of what direction I wanted to move into. I ended up joining this firm and I’ve been here ever since.

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