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Michael J. Cefalo

Trial Lawyer

Cefalo & Associates

HQ Phone:  (570) 655-5555

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Cefalo & Associates

309 Wyoming Avenue

Pittston, Pennsylvania,18643

United States

Company Description

Cefalo and Associates is one of the largest personal injury law firms serving a wide area of eighteen counties surrounding Wilkes-Barre/Scranton. We handle auto and truck crashes, swimming pool and airplane accidents, boat and slip and fall injuries and defect... more

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Cefalo - Our Lawyers

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Michael J. Cefalo, Esq.
Michael J. Cefalo, Esq. Michael J. Cefalo, Esq. Michael J. Cefalo, Esq. Mike Cefalo likes cars, and he owns several, including a red Ferrari. The Ferrari isn't his everyday car, of course, but he does take it for an occasional spin. One day he was in the Ferrari and stopped at a traffic light when four young men in a Jeep pulled alongside. "Hey, mister," the driver yelled, "cool car." "Thanks," Mike answered. Then, sensing an opportunity, he added, "You know, kids, it's not that hard to get a car like this. I'm kind of an old guy and I've been around a long time earning a pay check. That's all it takes to get one of these. The trick is to stay alive long enough. So, you guys should really think about wearing your seat belts." The next sound Mike heard was: click, click, click, click. They all buckled up. That's vintage Mike Cefalo. He's spent his whole life trying to make things better and he will never pass up an opportunity to do so. "I like helping people," he says. "I've always been this way. I'm always trying to make things better, to correct a situation." Sometimes, he admits, it makes those around him uncomfortable. "My wife can get upset with me, especially when I walk up to a perfect stranger who just lit a cigarette and ask him when he's going to stop smoking. These things are no good for you, I'll tell him. I don't see it as butting in. I see it as trying to help somebody." Helping people is not just merely a hobby for Mike Cefalo. It is his profession as well. He calls his law practice "Cefalo and Associates, The People's Law Firm, and we like it that way." "It's not a slogan," Mike says proudly, "It's a philosophy. We will only represent people, not corporations, hospitals or insurance companies, just people. That's what we enjoy doing." Mike Cefalo became an attorney 40 years ago, his interest in people goes back to the day he was born. "I owe that to my mother and father. My Mom and Dad spent their lives helping others. I get a thrill out of doing what they did, and I feel fortunate because I'm in a much better position to do it." Mike is proud to take care of people from his home town. While he studied law and spent some of his professional life in Washington, D.C., his practice has always been in Northeastern Pennsylvania. "I grew up 500 yards from where my office is," he says. Mike Cefalo is one of the only 25 lawyers in America certified as both a civil and criminal trial specialist. He does however stress that those kinds of credentials are not what his law practice is all about. Mike golfs, skis, does ballroom dancing, and races sports cars. He is devoted to his family (wife Bette, of 47 years, three children, Christina, Michael Jr., Marc, and his grandchildren, Anthony, Mary and Michael) and to his God. Mike attends Mass every morning, and that is usually after rising at 4:30 a.m. and working out at the YMCA with Betty, or doing yoga at home.


Lyon Strategic Communications - Client Testimonials and Reviews

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Michael J. Cefalo, Esq.
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About | Kids for Cash

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Michael J. Cefalo, Esq. has presided over Cefalo & Associates in West Pittston, PA for over 25 years and the firm has become one of the largest personal injury firms in Northeastern Pennsylvania serving an 18 county region surrounding Wilkes-Barre and Scranton.
He was successful as the lead counsel in the Giardisis class action lawsuit, one of the largest water pollution cases in the state. Cefalo is one of only 25 lawyers in the United States who is certified by the National Board of Trial Advocacy as both a Criminal and Civil Trial lawyer. Cefalo was Chief Public Defender in Luzerne County for many years before founding Cefalo & Associates. Cefalo works with his team of George G. Oschal III, Esq., Karl J. Kwak, Esq., Linda L. Bartlett, Esq., Patricia K. Harris, Esq., and James J. Albert, Esq.


Kids for Cash

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Representing the juveniles and parents since early 2009, Caroselli Beachler attorneys William R. Caroselli, David S. Senoff and Lauren C. Fantini are co-counsel with Cefalo and Associates and its attorneys Michael J. Cefalo and James Albert.
Wilkes-Barre, PA â€" Today, Michael Cefalo and William Caroselli, the attorneys for the victims of the notorious “Kids for Cashâ€� judges announced that their consolidated civil action now includes 350 plaintiffs, including 224 children who suffered at the hands of Judges Mark Ciavarella and Michael Conahan. By listing them individually, Caroselli and Cefalo preserve the plaintiffs’ individual rights, which means they can have their cases assessed individually and pursue individual damages. “We want to do everything we can to make sure the children and the parents we are representing have all the information they need as our civil action moves forward,â€� said Michael Cefalo of Cefalo and Associates. “We are going to hold periodic meetings like this because their comfort is important to us and we want to make sure they are aware of all available resources.â€� Today, Attorney Mike Cefalo and two victims of Judges Mark Ciavarella and Michael Conahan were featured on CNN American Morning.


Lyon Strategic Communications - Client Testimonials and Reviews

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Michael J. Cefalo, Esq.
Cefalo & Associates


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