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Pennsylvania Clergy Sexual Abuse Attorneys

Pennsylvania Attorneys Investigating Sexual Assault Claims Against the Roman Catholic Church Archdioceses

Pennsylvania Catholic church clergy abuse

Were you or a loved one a victim of Pennsylvania clergy sexual abuse? Schedule a free case evaluation today with the personal injury attorneys at Rosenfeld Injury Lawyers, LLC. Contact us today at (888) 424-5757 (toll-free phone number) or use the contact form.

Our litigating team of clergy sexual abuse lawyers will fight on your behalf to protect your rights as you tell us what happened in a confidential setting. All information you share with our PA clergy abuse lawyers concerning sexual abuse remains confidential through an attorney-client relationship.

Our experience clergy abuse lawyers have a comprehensive understanding of Pennsylvania tort law. We use the legal system to help child sexual abuse survivors seek justice using criminal and civil law.

Clergy Sexual Abuse

Sexual abuse is a violent crime that physically, emotionally, and mentally injures young and old children and adults. Assaulted victims of sexual abuse are forced by offenders to engage in sexual activity without their consent.

Prosecutors in every state recognize the horrific injury sexual abuse has on victims and the community. However, the category of criminal charges and the form of criminal and civil consequences the perpetrator receives can vary significantly between states and counties.

It often takes victims of sexual abuse decades to speak about the abuse they survived, usually coming forward only after suffering in silence for years. If you were sexually assaulted or have a loved one victimized through abuse by clergy members, the compassionate network of affiliate attorneys at Rosenfeld Injury Lawyers, LLC, can help.

Our caring team understands the pain you are feeling and the courage it takes to speak openly about what occurred. Our Catholic Archdiocese sexual abuse attorneys are ready to listen to your story. We have a comprehensive understanding of Pennsylvania tort law and will use the legal system to ensure the predator faces the consequences they deserve for their unacceptable behavior.

Sexual Assault with Clergy Remains a Problem

For over thirty years, child sexual abuse cases involving alleged incidents of sexual abuse have risen dramatically in the Catholic Church. At the turn of the millennium, the Holy See, the Catholic Church’s governing body, admitted they were investigating allegations of child sex abuse involving thousands of priests who had harmed children and adults for decades.

At the same time, the Catholic Church and other religious organizations were forced to admit that they had concealed the inexcusable assaults rather than take steps to stop the problem.

Nearly twenty years ago, the results of a survey on preventing sexual and domestic violence posted in the New York Times found that almost fifteen percent of all religious clergy members in the US had engaged in some form of inappropriate sexual activity.

Pennsylvania Grand Jury Investigations

For years, grand jury investigations in Pennsylvania have identified cases involving egregious sexual assault of children in dioceses throughout the state, including Allentown, Erie, Greensburg, Harrisburg, Pittsburgh, and Scranton, during an extraordinary unfolding crisis.

In August 2018, a Pennsylvania grand jury recounted cases of sexual abuse by clerical staff occurring at Pennsylvania dioceses. The Catholic Church provided graphically detailed accounts of priests committing sexual assaults on innocent victims for decades.

The church provided evidence proving that Bishops, Archbishops, and other church superiors, including numerous Popes, never addressed the problem of sexual abuse in the priesthood even though they had been aware of the incidents for decades. As a result, attorney generals and prosecutors in other states began launching investigations into their child sexual abuse in their dioceses.

One of the results of this new evidence that surfaced is a wave of clergy sexual abuse lawsuits that have been filed, alleging child abuse by PA clergy.

Six Pennsylvania Dioceses Under Investigation

In 2019, state investigators released its investigative findings. The grand jury report found allegations of clergy sexual abuse happening at six dioceses throughout Pennsylvania.

The three-year investigation concluded when the State empaneled jurors to hear testimony. The grand jury report revealed that investigators had spent years examining documents and listening to testimony over allegations that the religious institution had failed to protect innocent underage girls and boys from clergy sexual perpetrators.

The six dioceses include Allentown, Erie, Greensburg, Harrisburg, Pittsburgh, and Scranton. However, the clergy abuse report failed to identify how many sexual abuse survivors, religious leaders, and predator priests the grand jury panel had subpoenaed.

In 2011, an investigation into the Archdiocese of Philadelphia found that religious leaders had concealed widespread clergy sexual abuse. At that time, the religious institution removed many reverends that religious leaders had deemed unsuitable for the priesthood due to allegations of sexual abuse.

The investigation led to the conviction and sentencing of Msgr. William Linn. At that time, the Monsignor was the highest-ranking religious leader in the US Catholic Church convicted in the child sexual abuse scandal.

However, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court reversed his conviction and three- to six-year prison sentence citing trial errors in the sexual abuse case. The judges' decision freed the sexual abuse offender from incarceration and he remains a free man.

The Devastating Effects of Sexual Assault

Child sexual abuse can cause lifelong devastation that negatively alters the victim’s well-being, especially for children raised in religious households. Many victims who have been sexually assaulted can suffer from ongoing depression, anxiety, shame, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), substance abuse, significant sleeping disorders, self-harm, and suicide, including suicidal ideation (thinking about suicide).

Young children and teenage sexual abuse victims might develop negative eating habits, begin living an over-sexualized lifestyle, or engage in any form of risky behavior. Some child sexual abuse survivors develop relationship issues throughout their lives with spouses, lovers, siblings, and other family members.

Many sexual abuse survivors never pursue justice, legal advice, or take civil actions against their abusers. As a result, many sexual perpetrators are never held accountable, responsible for their horrible atrocities, and stand trial for their crimes.

Most victims sexually abused by a clergy member never seek medical treatment, mental health care, or counseling for the traumatic injuries that occurred long ago. Most survivors never confront the perpetrator who victimized the innocent child through rape, sodomy, oral sex, inappropriate touching & fondling, or other despicable behavior.

Seeking Justice

The Roman Catholic Church in Pennsylvania has created a compensation fund to settle the backlog of clergy sexual abuse claims occurring in seven of eight dioceses in the state. Victims have received, on average, more than $148,000 each in settlements to resolve their cases. However, the payout is likely a small fraction of how much the plaintiffs might have received had they presented their evidence at trial.

In April 2018, the New York Times reported that Catholic priests in Pennsylvania had sexually abused over a thousand children in the last few decades. A small sample of cases where the victims sought and obtained financial compensation include:

  • In March 2019, Catholic leaders and a victim who was sexually abused by an Erie, Pennsylvania Catholic priest settled a sexual abuse case. The abuse case resulted in a $2 million payment to the survivor. The victim’s attorney stated his client was sexually violated by David Polson, who was sentenced to fourteen years in prison after pleading guilty to corrupting minors and endangering children’s welfare.
  • In 1988, Thomas Bender, the pastor of the Most Blessed Sacrament in Bally, Pennsylvania, received seven years of probation for the molestation of a Pottsville teen earlier in the decade. The diocese settled the individual case with the child and his family for an undisclosed amount. The church defrocked (laicized) Father Bender.
  • Legal fees and financial compensation for sexually assaulted victims have so far cost the Diocese of Pittsburg $10.8 million to settle sexual abuse cases involving their clergy members over nearly thirty years. In recent years, the investigation found sufficient evidence of alleged clergy sexual abuse involving more than ninety priests in the Pittsburgh area occurring over seventy years. The amount of monetary compensation paid by the diocese is relatively low compared to the estimated $3 billion the Catholic Church has spent in the U.S. settling sexual assault cases since the 1980s.

Pennsylvania Child Sexual Abuse Lawyers Are Ready to Help

Our experienced clergy abuse lawyers understand the difficulty that sexual abuse victims experience when speaking about a clergy member’s inappropriate behavior that religious institutions typically overlooked.

Our Pennsylvania clergy abuse lawyers can use civil tort law to fight against the church and its religious leaders who have just begun speaking out about what went wrong. In addition, we serve as legal advocates to ensure that no clergy abuse survivor stands alone.

Our personal injury lawyers represent clergy sex abuse survivors to ensure they receive the financial compensation they deserve. We work with local law enforcement to report the molestation and use civil law to hold the predator responsible for compensatory and punitive damages.

Our legal team can ensure that your child abuse lawsuit is filed against the perpetrator and religious institutions before the statute of limitations expires. Call us today at (888) 424-5757 (toll-free phone number) or use the contact form to schedule a free consultation.

We accept all child abuse cases through contingency fee agreements, meaning you will not pay us for our legal services unless we win.

Pennsylvania Roman Catholic Church Diocese

In Pennsylvania, the Catholic Church is the single largest religious group of all faiths statewide. The ten dioceses and their Bishops manage more than 340 parishes across Pennsylvania (listed below). The Church provides services to hundreds of thousands of registered Catholics living in sixty-seven counties.

Pennsylvania Dioceses

Diocese of Allentown
202 North 17th Street
Allentown, PA 18105
Berks, Carbon, Lehigh, Northampton, and Schuylkill Counties
Website

Diocese of Altoona-Johnstown
126 Logan Boulevard
Hollidaysburg, PA 16648
Bedford, Blair, Cambria, Centre, Clinton, Fulton, Huntingdon, and Somerset Counties
Website

Diocese of Erie
429 East Grandview Boulevard
Erie, PA 16514<
Cameron, Clarion, Clearfield, Crawford, Elk, Erie, Forest, Jefferson, McKean, Mercer, Potter, Venango, and Warren Counties
Website

Diocese of Greensburg
723 East Pittsburgh Street
Greensburg, PA 15601


Armstrong, Fayette, Indiana, and Westmoreland Counties
Website

Archdiocese of Philadelphia
1000 East Wynnewood Road
Wynnewood, PA 19096


Bucks, Chester, Delaware, Montgomery, and Philadelphia Counties


Website

Diocese of Pittsburgh
4721 Fifth Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15213


Allegheny, Beaver, Butler, Greene, Lawrence, Washington Counties
Website

Diocese of Scranton
300 Wyoming Avenue


Scranton, PA 18503-1279


Bradford, Lackawanna, Luzerne, Lycoming, Monroe, Pike, Sullivan, Susquehanna, Tioga, Wayne, and Wyoming Counties
Website

Ukrainian Catholic Archeparchy of Philadelphia


810 N. Franklin Street
Philadelphia, PA 19123
Website

Byzantine Catholic Archeparchy of Pittsburgh
66 Riverview Avenue
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15214
Website

Pennsylvania Clergy Sexual Abuse Attorneys Are Ready to Help

Our network of attorneys understands the problematic situation of speaking out about what occurred by a shameful religious leader. We know how powerful the church is at pushing back at claims of clergy abuse. The usual tools in their arsenal include cover up and burying the evidence of child sexual abuse.

However, with Rosenfeld Injury Lawyers, LLC working on your behalf, you will never be alone. We will work aggressively to ensure your shocking story will be heard by the court. We may work to settle your case if that is an option. If not, we will vigorously argue your case in court. As clergy abuse lawyers, we help abuse survivors get their day in court.

Let our law firm begin working on your case today. Speak out now and file a sexual abuse lawsuit. Victims of clergy sexual abuse do not have to exist with just their memories. Instead, so long as you are within the statute of limitations, you can file legal action. You may be able to obtain financial compensation for the harm that you have suffered.

Contact us now at (888) 424-5757. All information you share with our legal team during your initial, free consultation concerning your case will remain confidential.

All Pennsylvania Parishes:

  • St. Adalbert (Polish) (1904-2019) — Philadelphia 19134
  • St. Agatha (1865-1976) — Philadelphia
  • St. Agatha-St. James — Philadelphia 19104
  • St. Agnes — West Chester
  • St. Agnes — Sellersville
  • St. Agnes (Slovak) (1907-1980) — Philadelphia
  • St. Agnes-St. John Nepomucene (Slovak) — Philadelphia 19123
  • St. Albert the Great — Huntingdon Valley
  • St. Alice (1922-2013) — Upper Darby
  • All Saints (1860-2013) — Philadelphia 19137-2046
  • All Saints Chapel (1877-1977) — Philadelphia
  • St. Aloysius — Pottstown
  • St. Aloysius (German) (1894-2003) — Philadelphia
  • St. Alphonsus — Maple Glen
  • St. Alphonsus (1852-1972) — Philadelphia
  • St. Ambrose — Philadelphia 19120
  • St. Anastasia — Newtown Square
  • St. Andrew — Newtown
  • St. Andrew — Drexel Hill
  • St. Andrew (Lithuanian) — Philadelphia 19130
  • St. Ann — Phoenixville
  • St. Ann (Italian) (1906-2014) — Bristol
  • St. Anne — Philadelphia 19125
  • Annunciation B.V.M. — Havertown
  • Annunciation B.V.M. — Philadelphia 19147
  • St. Anselm — Philadelphia 19154
  • St. Anthony of Padua — Ambler
  • St. Anthony of Padua (1886-1999) — Philadelphia
  • St. Anthony of Padua (Italian) (1908-1993) — Chester
  • Ascension of Our Lord (1899-2012) — Philadelphia
  • Assumption B.V.M. — Feasterville
  • Assumption B.V.M. — West Grove
  • Assumption B.V.M. (1845-1995) — Philadelphia
  • St. Athanasius — Philadelphia 19138
  • St. Augustine — Philadelphia 19106
  • St. Augustine (1892-2014) — Bridgeport
  • St. Barbara — Philadelphia 19131
  • St. Barnabas — Philadelphia 19142
  • St. Bartholomew — Philadelphia 19124
  • St. Basil the Great — Kimberton
  • St. Bede the Venerable — Holland
  • St. Benedict (1922-2013) — Philadelphia 19138
  • St. Bernadette — Drexel Hill
  • St. Bernard — Philadelphia 19136
  • Blessed Virgin Mary — Darby
  • St. Bonaventure (1889-1993) — Philadelphia
  • St. Boniface (1866-2006) — Philadelphia 19122
  • St. Brendan (1925-1934) — Philadelphia
  • St. Bridget — Philadelphia 19129-1712
  • St. Callistus (1921-2013) — Philadelphia
  • St. Carthage (1915-2000) — Philadelphia
  • St. Casimir (Lithuanian) (1893-2011) — Philadelphia
  • Cathedral Basilica of SS. Peter & Paul and Shrine of St. Katharine Drexel — Philadelphia 19103
  • St. Catherine of Siena — Horsham
  • St. Catherine of Siena (1910-1972) — Philadelphia
  • St. Cecilia — Philadelphia 19111
  • St. Cecilia (1869-2012) — Coatesville
  • St. Charles Borromeo — Drexel Hill
  • St. Charles Borromeo — Philadelphia 19146
  • St. Charles Borromeo — Bensalem
  • Christ the King — Philadelphia 19114
  • St. Christopher — Philadelphia 19116
  • St. Clare (1963-2006) — Linfield
  • St. Clement (1865-2004) — Philadelphia
  • St. Colman — Ardmore
  • St. Columba (1895-1993) — Philadelphia
  • St. Cornelius — Chadds Ford
  • Corpus Christi — Lansdale
  • Corpus Christi (1912-1987) — Philadelphia
  • SS. Cosmas and Damian (Italian) (1912-2014) — Conshohocken
  • St. Cyprian — Philadelphia 19143
  • St. Cyril of Alexandria (1928-2013) — East Lansdowne
  • St. Cyril of Jerusalem — Jamison
  • St. David — Willow Grove
  • St. Denis — Havertown
  • Divine Mercy — Philadelphia 19142-1397
  • St. Dominic — Philadelphia 19136
  • St. Donato (Italian) (1910-2013) — Philadelphia 19151
  • St. Dorothy — Drexel Hill
  • St. Edmond (1912-2014) — Philadelphia 19145
  • St. Edward the Confessor (1865-1993) — Philadelphia
  • St. Eleanor — Collegeville
  • St. Elizabeth — Upper Uwchlan
  • St. Elizabeth (1872-1993) — Philadelphia
  • St. Elizabeth Ann Seton (1976-2014) — Bensalem
  • St. Ephrem — Bensalem
  • Epiphany of Our Lord — Plymouth Meeting
  • Epiphany of Our Lord — Philadelphia 19148
  • St. Eugene — Primos
  • St. Frances Cabrini — Fairless Hills
  • St. Francis de Sales — Philadelphia 19143
  • St. Francis de Sales — Lenni
  • St. Francis of Assisi — Norristown
  • St. Francis of Assisi — Springfield
  • St. Francis of Assisi (1899-2012) — Philadelphia
  • St. Francis Xavier – The Oratory — Philadelphia 19130
  • St. Gabriel — Norwood
  • St. Gabriel — Philadelphia 19146
  • St. Gabriel of the Sorrowful Mother — Avondale
  • St. Gabriel of the Sorrowful Mother — Stowe
  • St. Genevieve — Flourtown
  • St. George — Glenolden
  • St. George (Lithuanian) (1902-2019) — Philadelphia 19134
  • St. Gertrude (1888-2014) — West Conshohocken
  • Gesu, Church of the (1868-1993) — Philadelphia
  • Good Shepherd (1925-2004) — Philadelphia
  • St. Gregory (1895-1981) — Philadelphia
  • St. Hedwig (Polish) (1902-1993) — Chester
  • St. Hedwig (Polish) (1907-2000) — Philadelphia
  • St. Helena — Blue Bell
  • St. Helena — Philadelphia 19120
  • St. Henry (1916-1993) — Philadelphia
  • St. Hilary of Poitiers — Rydal
  • Holy Angels (Korean) — Philadelphia 19126
  • Holy Child (1909-1993) — Philadelphia
  • Holy Cross — Philadelphia 19119
  • Holy Cross — Springfield
  • Holy Family — Philadelphia 19127
  • Holy Innocents — Philadelphia 19124
  • Holy Martyrs — Oreland
  • Holy Name of Jesus — Philadelphia 19125
  • Holy Redeemer — Philadelphia
  • Holy Saviour (1914-2013) — Linwood
  • Holy Saviour (Italian) — Norristown
  • Holy Spirit (1892-2014) — Sharon Hill
  • Holy Spirit (1964-2014) — Philadelphia 19145
  • Holy Trinity — Morrisville
  • Holy Trinity (German) (1788-2009) — Philadelphia
  • Holy Trinity (Polish) (1903-2012) — Phoenixville
  • Holy Trinity (Slovak) (1899-2004) — Pottstown
  • St. Hubert (1924-1940) — Philadelphia
  • St. Hugh of Cluny (1922-2013) — Philadelphia 19140
  • St. Ignatius of Antioch — Yardley
  • St. Ignatius of Loyola — Philadelphia 19104
  • Immaculate Conception (1869-2011) — Philadelphia
  • Immaculate Conception (1902-2012) — Philadelphia
  • Immaculate Conception (Italian) (1917-2013) — Marcus Hook
  • Immaculate Conception B.V.M. — Jenkintown
  • Immaculate Conception B.V.M. (1954-2014) — Levittown
  • Immaculate Heart of Mary — Philadelphia 19128
  • Immaculate Heart of Mary (1873-1993) — Chester
  • Incarnation of Our Lord (1900-2013) — Philadelphia 19120
  • St. Irenaeus (1966-2004) — Philadelphia
  • St. Isaac Jogues — Wayne
  • St. Isidore — Quakertown
  • St. James — Elkins Park
  • St. James (the Greater) (1850-1976) — Philadelphia 19104
  • St. Jerome — Philadelphia 19136
  • St. Joachim (1845-2013) — Philadelphia 19124
  • St. Joan of Arc (1919-2013) — Philadelphia 19134
  • St. John Baptist Vianney — Gladwyne
  • St. John Bosco — Hatboro
  • St. John Cantius — Philadelphia 19137
  • St. John Chrysostom — Wallingford
  • St. John Fisher — Boothwyn
  • St. John Nepomucene (Slovak) (1902-1980) — Philadelphia
  • St. John Neumann — Bryn Mawr
  • St. John of the Cross (1953-2014) — Roslyn
  • St. John the Baptist — Philadelphia 19127
  • St. John the Baptist — Ottsville
  • St. John the Evangelist — Morrisville
  • St. John the Evangelist — Philadelphia 19107
  • St. Josaphat (Polish) (1898-2012) — Philadelphia
  • St. Joseph — Collingdale
  • St. Joseph — Aston
  • St. Joseph — Warrington
  • St. Joseph — Downingtown
  • St. Joseph — Ambler
  • St. Joseph — Coatesville
  • St. Joseph — Cheltenham
  • St. Joseph — Spring City
  • St. Joseph the Worker (1956-2014) — Fallsington
  • St. Jude — Chalfont
  • St. Justin Martyr (1964-2009) — Narberth
  • St. Katharine Drexel — Chester
  • St. Katharine of Siena — Wayne
  • St. Katherine of Siena — Philadelphia 19114
  • St. Kevin — Springfield
  • King of Peace (Italian) (1926-2004) — Philadelphia
  • St. Ladislaus (Polish) (1906-2003) — Philadelphia
  • St. Laurence — Upper Darby
  • St. Laurentius (Polish) (1882-2013) — Philadelphia 19125
  • St. Lawrence — Riegelsville
  • St. Leo (1884-2013) — Philadelphia 19135
  • St. Louis (1928-2013) — Yeadon
  • St. Lucy (Italian) (1927-2012) — Philadelphia
  • St. Ludwig (German) (1891-1975) — Philadelphia
  • St. Luke the Evangelist — Glenside
  • St. Madeleine Sophie (1925-2013) — Philadelphia
  • St. Madeline — Ridley Park
  • St. Malachy — Philadelphia 19122
  • St. Malachy — Cochranville
  • St. Margaret — Narberth
  • St. Margaret Mary Alacoque (1921-2014) — Essington
  • St. Maria Goretti — Hatfield
  • St. Mark — Bristol
  • St. Martha — Philadelphia 19154
  • St. Martin de Porres — Philadelphia 19132
  • St. Martin of Tours — Philadelphia 19124
  • St. Martin of Tours — New Hope
  • St. Mary — Schwenksville
  • St. Mary (Polish) (1905-2014) — Conshohocken
  • St. Mary Magdalen — Media
  • St. Mary Magdalen De Pazzi (Italian) (1852-2000) — Philadelphia
  • St. Mary of Czestochowa (Polish) (1927-2000) — Philadelphia
  • St. Mary of the Assumption — Phoenixville
  • St. Mary of the Assumption (German) (1849-2012) — Philadelphia
  • St. Mary of the Eternal (Italian) (1911-1976) — Philadelphia
  • Mary, Mother of the Redeemer — North Wales
  • St. Mary’s Quasi-Parish — Conshohocken
  • Mater Dolorosa (Italian) (1911-2013) — Philadelphia 19124
  • Maternity B.V.M. — Philadelphia 19115-4616
  • St. Matthew — Conshohocken
  • St. Matthew — Philadelphia 19149
  • St. Matthias — Bala Cynwyd
  • St. Maximilian Kolbe — West Chester
  • St. Michael — Philadelphia 19122
  • St. Michael (1842-1993) — Chester
  • St. Michael Mission (1923-1958) — Philadelphia
  • St. Michael of the Saints (Italian) (1924-1982) — Philadelphia
  • St. Michael the Archangel — Levittown
  • Mision Santa Maria, Madre De Dios — Avondale
  • St. Monica — Berwyn
  • St. Monica — Philadelphia 19145
  • Most Blessed Sacrament (1901-2008) — Philadelphia
  • Most Precious Blood of Our Lord (1907-1993) — Philadelphia
  • Mother of Divine Grace (Italian) (1926-2019) — Philadelphia 19134
  • Mother of Divine Providence — King of Prussia
  • Nativity B.V.M. — Media
  • Nativity of Our Lord — Warminster
  • St. Nicholas of Tolentine (Italian) — Philadelphia 19148
  • St. Norbert — Paoli
  • Notre Dame de Lourdes (1959-2014) — Swarthmore
  • Old St. Joseph’s — Philadelphia 19106
  • Old St. Mary’s — Philadelphia 19106
  • Our Lady Help of Christians — Abington
  • Our Lady Help of Christians (German) (1885-2016) — Philadelphia 19134
  • Our Lady of Angels (Italian) (1907-2006) — Philadelphia
  • Our Lady of Calvary — Philadelphia 19154
  • Our Lady of Charity — Brookhaven
  • Our Lady of Consolation — Parkesburg
  • Our Lady of Consolation — Philadelphia 19135
  • Our Lady of Fatima — Secane
  • Our Lady of Fatima (1954-2014) — Bensalem
  • Our Lady of Good Counsel — Southampton
  • Our Lady of Good Counsel (1898-1932) — Philadelphia
  • Our Lady of Grace — Penndel
  • Our Lady of Guadalupe — Doylestown
  • Our Lady of Hope — Philadelphia 19141
  • Our Lady of Loreto (Italian) (1932-2000) — Philadelphia
  • Our Lady of Lourdes — Philadelphia 19151
  • Our Lady of Mercy (1889-1984) — Philadelphia
  • Our Lady of Mount Carmel — Philadelphia 19148
  • Our Lady of Mount Carmel — Doylestown
  • Our Lady of Mount Carmel (Italian) (1924-2014) — Bridgeport
  • Our Lady of Peace — Milmont Park
  • Our Lady of Perpetual Help — Morton
  • Our Lady of Pompeii (Italian) (1914-1993) — Philadelphia
  • Our Lady of Ransom (1954-2017) — Philadelphia 19149
  • Our Lady of the Assumption (Italian) — Strafford
  • Our Lady of the Blessed Sacrament (1910-1972) — Philadelphia
  • Our Lady of the Blessed Sacrament (2005-2013) — Philadelphia
  • Our Lady of the Holy Rosary (Italian) (1928-1977) — Philadelphia
  • Our Lady of the Holy Souls (1909-1993) — Philadelphia
  • Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal Chapel (Spanish) (1912-2013) — Philadelphia
  • Our Lady of the Rosary — Coatesville
  • Our Lady of the Rosary (1886 – 2005) — Philadelphia
  • Our Lady of the Sacred Heart — Hilltown
  • Our Lady of Victory (1899-2005) — Philadelphia
  • Our Lady of Vilna (Lithuanian) (1924-1972) — Chester
  • Our Mother of Consolation — Philadelphia 19118
  • Our Mother of Good Counsel — Bryn Mawr
  • Our Mother of Sorrows (1852-2013) — Philadelphia
  • Our Mother of Sorrows (1926-2001) — Bridgeport
  • St. Patrick — Malvern
  • St. Patrick — Norristown
  • St. Patrick — Philadelphia 19103
  • St. Patrick — Kennett Square
  • St. Patrick Mission (1944-1979) — Dublin
  • St. Paul — Philadelphia 19147
  • St. Paul — East Norriton
  • St. Peter — West Brandywine
  • St. Peter (1924-2006) — Pottstown
  • SS. Peter and Paul — West Chester
  • St. Peter Claver (1886-1985) — Philadelphia
  • St. Peter the Apostle — Philadelphia 19123
  • SS. Philip and James — Exton
  • St. Philip Neri — Lafayette Hill
  • St. Philip Neri — Pennsburg
  • St. Philip Neri — Phi, PA 19147
  • St. Philomena — Lansdowne
  • St. Pius X — Broomall
  • Presentation B.V.M. — Wynnewood
  • Presentation B.V.M. — Cheltenham
  • Queen of Peace — Ardsley
  • Queen of the Universe — Levittown
  • St. Raphael (1904-1989) — Phi, PA
  • St. Raymond of Penafort — Philadelphia 19150
  • Resurrection of Our Lord — Philadelphia 19152
  • Resurrection of Our Lord (1911-1993) — Chester
  • St. Richard — Phi, PA 19145
  • St. Rita of Cascia (1907-2016) — Phi, PA 19146
  • St. Robert (1922-1993) — Chester
  • St. Robert Bellarmine — Warrington
  • St. Rocco (Hispanic) — Avondale
  • St. Roch’s Mission (Italian) (1926 – 2000) — Philadelphia
  • St. Rose of Lima — Eddystone
  • St. Rose of Lima — North Wales
  • St. Rose of Lima (1921-2013) — Phi, PA 19151
  • Sacred Heart — Oxford
  • Sacred Heart — Royersford
  • Sacred Heart — Havertown
  • Sacred Heart — Swedesburg
  • Sacred Heart (Hungarian) (1913-1977) — Phi, PA
  • Sacred Heart (Polish and Territorial) — Clifton Heights
  • Sacred Heart (Slovak) (1900-2012) — Phoenixville
  • Sacred Heart of Jesus — Philadelphia 19147
  • Sacred Heart of Jesus — Tullytown
  • Saint John Paul II — Philadelphia 19134
  • Seven Dolors (1916-2003) — Wyndmoor
  • SS. Simon and Jude — West Chester
  • St. Stanislaus — Lansdale
  • St. Stanislaus (Polish) (1891-2006) — Philadelphia 19147
  • St. Stanislaus Kostka (Polish) (1907-2012) — Coatesville
  • Stella Maris — Phi, PA 19148
  • St. Stephen (1843-1993) — Phi, PA
  • St. Teresa of Avila — Norristown
  • St. Teresa of Avila (1853-1972) — Phi, PA
  • St. Teresa of Calcutta — Limerick
  • St. Therese of the Child Jesus (1925-2013) — Phi, PA 19119
  • St. Thomas Aquinas — Phi, PA 19145
  • St. Thomas Aquinas — Croydon
  • St. Thomas More — South Coventry
  • St. Thomas of Villanova — Villanova
  • St. Thomas the Apostle — Glen Mills
  • St. Timothy — Philadelphia 19149-3135
  • St. Titus — Norristown
  • Transfiguration of Our Lord (1905-2000) — Philadelphia
  • St. Veronica — Phi, PA 19140
  • St. Vincent de Paul — Phi, PA 19144
  • St. Vincent de Paul — Richboro
  • Visitation B.V.M. — Phi, PA 19125
  • Visitation B.V.M. — Norristown
  • St. William — Phi, PA 19111
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Jonathan Rosenfeld was professionally objective, timely, and knowledgeable. Also, his advice was extremely effective regarding my case. In addition, Jonathan was understanding and patient pertaining to any of my questions or concerns. I was very happy with the end result and I highly recommend Jonathan Rosenfeld. Michonne Proulx
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Extremely impressed with this law firm. They took control of a bad motorcycle crash that left my uncle seriously injured. Without any guarantee of a financial recovery, they went out and hired accident investigators and engineers to help prove how the accident happened. I am grateful that they worked on a contingency fee basis as there was no way we could have paid for these services on our own. Ethan Armstrong
★★★★★
This lawyer really helped me get compensation for my motorcycle accident case. I know there is no way that I could have gotten anywhere near the amount that Mr. Rosenfeld was able to get to settle my case. Thank you. Daniel Kaim
★★★★★
Jonathan helped my family heal and get compensation after our child was suffered a life threatening injury at daycare. He was sympathetic and in constant contact with us letting us know all he knew every step of the way. We were so blessed to find Jonathan! Giulia
★★★★★
Jonathan did a great job helping my family navigate through a lengthy lawsuit involving my grandmother's death in a nursing home. Through every step of the case, Jonathan kept my family informed of the progression of the case. Although our case eventually settled at a mediation, I really was impressed at how well prepared Jonathan was to take the case to trial. Lisa