Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103
Brian Tetro is counsel in the Subrogation Department and practices exclusively in the area of insurance subrogation. He represents major property and casualty insurers on a national and regional basis. Brian's practice extends throughout the United States utilizing the services of local counsel under a special program of the Subrogation Department.
While in law school, Brian was editor of outside articles on the Villanova Environmental Law Journal. He also clerked for Samuel W. Salus, II of the Montgomery County Court of Common Pleas, where he drafted numerous judicial opinions.
Brian has presided as an arbitrator for the Court of Common Pleas of Philadelphia County and the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania.
|Areas of Practice||1) Insurance and 2) Subrogation|
|Law School||Villanova University School of Law, (JD, 1998)|
|Education||James Madison University, (BA, 1995)|
|Bar Member / Association||Pennsylvania, New Jersey|
|Most recent firm||White and Williams LLP|
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