Eric Purchase is an Erie County, Pennsylvania attorney who has frequently been asked... more
Eric Purchase is an Erie County, Pennsylvania attorney who has frequently been asked to speak to attorneys and insurance industry professionals about auto accident law, trialskills and insurance issues. Atty. Purchase limits his practice to auto accident, personal injury, medical malpractice and commercial litigation cases.
I represent individuals and families in Erie, Crawford and Warren counties in... more
I represent individuals and families in Erie, Crawford and Warren counties in Pennsylvania. I have over 17 years experience with a practice focused on civil litigation. Prior to settling down with his family in Erie County, Matt practiced law in the Washington, D.C. area with one of Virginia's oldest and most prestigious law firms specializing in insurance, personal injury and commercial li... view profile
Matthew W. McCullough is a Senior Partner with the law firm of MacDonald Illig Jones... more
Matthew W. McCullough is a Senior Partner with the law firm of MacDonald Illig Jones Britton LLP, where he is a member of the Labor and Employment and Commercial Litigation Practice Groups. His practice consists primarily of labor and employment advice and litigation for employers, and commercial litigation related to a variety of commercial and business disputes. In particular, he emphasizes ... view profile
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