also known as Kevin C. Allen, Esq.
Have you been in an accident or been injured at work? Crystle, Allen & Braught is here to help!Have you been subject to police misconduct? Have your civil rights been violated? Call Kevin Allen!Have you been in an accident or been injured at work? Crystle, Allen & Braught is here to help!Have your Social Security Benefits been denied? Crystle, Allen & Braught is here to help!Have you been injured at work? Have your benefits been denied? Call Crystle, Allen & Braught!
Born and raised in Lower Bucks County, Pennsylvania, I attended Temple University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and received a Bachelor of Science degree in Physical Therapy in 1980. After becoming licensed in Pennsylvania, I worked initially as a physical therapist and then as the Assistant Chief Therapist at Metropolitan Hospital in Philadelphia. My experiences as a physical therapist give me a unique insight into the complexities of bodily injury claims.
In 1984 I enrolled in Temple Law School’s evening program while working full time as a physical therapist. While at Temple Law I volunteered with the Food Stamp Action Project, a program that operated in conjunction with Community Legal Services in Philadelphia to advocate for impoverished families.
Languages spoken: Spanish, English
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I endorse this lawyer. Kevin is my friend and former partner. He is exceptionally well qualified to represent clients in civil rights matters, as well as personal injury, workers' compensation, and Social Security disability claims as well. He's a compassionate advocate for his clients, thorough, well prepared, and detail oriented. I had the pleasure of working with him for about 10 years. I can recommend him without reservation.
I have referred clients to Kevin and will continue to do so. Kevin has successfully handled civil rights cases I referred to him. Originally trained as a physical therapist, he has great insight and compassion for people in personal injury and workers comp cases
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|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|Access to Justice Award||Lancaster Bar Association||2009|
|Attorney-Partner||Crystle, Allen & Braught, LLC||2002 - Present|
|Attorney-Partner||Seitzinger, Habib, Allen & Randazzo, P.C.||1989 - 2002|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|Lancaster Bar Association||Member||1992 - Present|
|Pennsylvania Trial Lawyers Association||Member||1989 - Present|
|Pennsylvania Bar Association||Member||1989 - Present|
|American Bar Association||Member||1989 - Present|
|Lancaster Bar Association||Chair of the Workers' Compensation Section||2008 - 2012|
|Philadelphia Bar Association||Member||1989 - 2002|
|K.F. v. A.V.||Client receives in excess of $650,000.00 in Workers' Compensation benefits|
|E.J.K. v. L.C.||$725,000.00 settlement during trial.|
|T.S. v. S.P.||jury verdict $760,000.00; with delay damages, $812,000.00|
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|Temple University - James E. Beasley School of Law||Law||Juris Doctor||1989|
|Temple University||Physical Therapy||BS - Bachelor of Science||1980|
|Basics of Litigation Involving State and Local Government||Civil Rights Litigation||2013|
|Lancaster Bar Association - Workers' Compensation Section||Anatomy of the Spine for Workers' Compensation Lawyers||2012|
|Solo Practitioners - Roundtable Discussion||Solo Practicioners||2003|
|People's Law School||Civil Rights||2001|
|Workers' Compensation Annual Meeting||Mental Injuries in Workers' Compensation||1996|