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Thomas P. Comerford, Esquire
Partner
Email: thomaspcomerford@comcast.net

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ABOUT THOMAS P. COMERFORD, ESQUIRE

Thomas P. Comerford, Esquire is a partner with Foley, Comerford & Cummins and focuses his practice equally between insurance defense litigation and personal injury litigation.  In addition to being admitted to practice law in Pennsylvania, he is also admitted to the New Jersey bar.

Attorney Comerford is a graduate of Fairfield University (B.A. 1984) and Seton Hall University School of Law (J.D. 1987). Attorney Comerford has been with this firm since entering the practice of law 22 years ago.  Over those years of practice, Attorney Comerford has refined his courtroom skills in countless trials, and has earned a reputation as a forceful advocate for his clients in and out of the courtroom.  Mr. Comerford personally handles all of his cases from the initial client interview through judgment and any necessary post-trial or appellate work.

Attorney Comerford was born and raised in Scranton, Pennsylvania, and currently resides in Waverly, Pennsylvania with his five children.

Martindale-Hubbell Rating

Mr. Comerford has earned a “BV” Rating in the Martindale-Hubbell Legal Directory which denotes the high to very high level of legal expertise and the highest ethical standards as determined by the bar and the judiciary.

Practice Areas

Wrongful Death and Survival Actions; Automobile/Trucking Accidents; Premises Liability; Bad Faith Insurance Practices; Medical Malpractice; UM/UIM (Underinsured/Uninsured Motorist) Cases; Products Liability; Insurance Coverage Questions/Litigation;

Admitted: 1987, Pennsylvania and New Jersey; United States Federal District Court for the Middle District of Pennsylvania; United States Court of Appeals for the third district; All trial and appellate state courts in Pennsylvania; All trial and appellate state courts in New Jersey

Law School: Seton Hall University, J.D.

Member: Lackawanna County, Pennsylvania and American Bar Associations.

Born: Scranton, Pennsylvania, June 2, 1962