|• Temple University J.D. 1983
||• Bucknell University B.A. 1980
||• William Allen H.S. 1976
Mr. Creveling's primary area of practice is workers' compensation. He handles all aspects of claims, from pre-litigation counseling to litigating claims from the workers' compensation judge level to the Pennsylvania Supreme Court.
In addition to litigation services, Mr. Creveling regulary conducts seminars for clients on substantive and procedural
aspects of Pennsylvania's workers' compensation law and risk management.
Mr. Creveling has developed an interest in the representation of public employers and is presently the solicitor
responsible for workers' compensation claims for Northampton County. He also handles the claims for Lehigh County
and The City of Allentown. This representation has required proficiency with the Pennsylvania Heart and Lung Act, as
well as issues unique to union employees.
Mr. Creveling was admitted to the Pennsylvania Bar in 1983. He has also been admitted to practice before the
U.S. District Court, Eastern District of the Pennsylvania and the Supreme Court of the U.S.
|• Widener University J.D. 1994
||• West Virginia University B.S. 1990
||• Freedom H.S. 1986
Mr. Cappellini concentrates his practice on providing litigation, counseling, and educational services in the area of
workers' compensation. He regularly provides pre-litigation counseling, case exposure, liability limiting evaluations,
resolution evaluations, and litigation services.
Prior to entering private practice, Mr. Cappellini worked as law clerk for the Lehigh, Northampton, and Bucks County
workers' compensation judges.
Mr. Cappellini has handled cases from the workers' compensation judge level to the Pennsylvania Supreme Court. He concentrates his representation in litigated claims to the eastern half of the state. When requested, he also litigates
cases throughout the state. In addition, he frequently provides analysis and recommendations on non-litigated cases statewide.
Mr. Cappellini is also a hearing officer presiding over and writing decisions in federal public and subsidized housing