Tuesday, March 3, 2020


Managing Partner, Daniel E. Cummins, Esq., has announced that CUMMINS LAW, (www.CumminsLaw.net) a civil litigation law firm has opened its doors for business at 610 Morgan Highway, Clarks Summit, Pennsylvania 18411. The phone number for the firm is 570-319-5899.

The new law office is located at the old Man, Levy & Nogy Insurance Agency building and has been renovated to accommodate its new use. The building is owned by Cherry Hill Partners, Inc. and Cummins Law is the only tenant in the building as a stand-alone law firm.

The lawyers at Cummins Law defend insurance companies and their insureds, along with private businesses, who become involved in civil lawsuits arising out of motor vehicle and trucking accidents, slip or trip and fall matters, products liability matters, construction litigation, as well as in medical malpractice matters.  Cummins Law will also be defending municipalities in personal injury matters and in Section 1983 civil rights litigation matters.

The attorneys at Cummins Law will also provide a wide variety of other litigation services to the public.

Also continuing at the same location will be CUMMINS MEDIATION SERVICES.  Please contact me it you wish to attempt to bring your case to a close by way of a mediation.

And, of course, Tort Talk will continue going forward as a resource for continuing updates on important cases and trends in Pennsylvania Civil Litigation Law.

I thank those who have mentored me along the way in my career, including but not limited to, Professor Gary S. Gildin at the Dickinson School of Law - Carlisle who taught me how to analyze a case and trial advocacy skills, retired President Judge Harold A. Thomson, Jr. of the Pike County Court of Common Pleas who gave me my first job as a law clerk, the late Attorney William ("Bill") G. Rice who I served with as law clerk, and Timothy E. Foley who taught me the ins and outs of  engaging in proper insurance defense litigation with integrity.  But most of all, I thank my wife, Anne Cummins, for being my greatest supporter both at work and at home.

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