Slade McLaughlin

About Slade McLaughlin

Slade McLaughlin has been listed in each edition of The Best Lawyers in America since 2003, has been honored as a repeat “Top 10” Pennsylvania “Super Lawyer” in Philadelphia Magazine’s “Super Lawyers” Supplement, is Board Certified as a Civil Trial Attorney by the National Board of Trial Advocacy, is a Diplomate of the American Board of Professional Liability Attorneys (with special competence in medical professional liability), and has been admitted to membership by the American Board of Trial Advocates.Please read more about Slade McLaughlin.

Repeated Institutional Failures In The Spotlight

The New York Times recently published a hard hitting story delving into one woman's accusations of sexual assault against a student-athlete at a major university. The story, not without controversy, revealed a terrifying culture of complicity that enabled sexual assault to run rampant, under-reported, and undeterred at a major university. In response to this and several [...]

Preparing to Call Your Auto Accident Attorney

It is difficult to think about how quickly an automobile accident can turn your life upside down until you experience one. Nor do people expect an accident before it occurs, so they cannot be prepared for the challenges that lie ahead. After reading this article, you will be prepared to discuss your accident with an attorney [...]

LIVING IT Completely: Trial Lawyer Slade H. McLaughlin Does Nothing at Half Speed

When 18-year old Amy Fledderman walked into Dr. Richard Glunk's operating room on May 23, 2001, she and her mother had little reason to be concerned. The liposuction procedure would be fairly straightforward, and in all likelihood, the Penn State freshman would be recovering at home within a few hours. Then something went wrong. During the [...]

Philadelphia Archdiocese faces yet another priest sex abuse lawsuit

Slade H. McLaughlin, Esquire A Philadelphia man has filed an assault and battery lawsuit against the Archdiocese of Philadelphia and the city’s former archbishop for sexual abuse he allegedly sustained while a minor. The plaintiff in the case is named only as “Billy Doe.” Attorneys have shielded his true identity since the alleged abuse occurred when [...]