William R. Corkery

William R. Corkery is a partner in the firm's Philadelphia office.  His practice focuses on the representation of employers, insurance carriers and third-party administrators in all aspects of workers’ compensation.  

William R. Corkery is a partner in the firm's Philadelphia office.  His practice focuses on the representation of employers, insurance carriers and third-party administrators in all aspects of workers’ compensation.  

Mr. Corkery has practiced in the field of workers’ compensation since graduating from law school in 1994.  Initially, he practiced with a large Philadelphia law firm representing employers in workers’ compensation litigation.  He then spent six years at a small Philadelphia firm representing employees in workers’ compensation litigation throughout southeastern Pennsylvania, which provided him with valuable insight that he continues to utilize to the benefit of the employers, insurance carriers and third party administrators he currently represents.  Mr. Corkery also has experience representing plaintiffs in motor vehicle and medical malpractice litigation, with additional expertise in subrogation issues related to those claims.

Mr. Corkery is admitted to practice in all Pennsylvania state courts, and is a member of the Pennsylvania Bar Association.

He received his B.A. degree, with honors, in accounting from Temple University in 1991 and his law degree from the Villanova University School of Law in 1994.  While attending law school, he clerked for the Honorable Robert Mellon in the Bucks County Court of Common Pleas.

Mr. Corkery resides in Swedesboro, New Jersey with his three children, Andrew, Mallory and Patrick.  He enjoys spending his free time coaching them in their various sports activities.

Villanova University School of Law

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