With more than 30 years of experience, the Corr Law Office is a one-stop shop for all of your legal needs. From general practice and business law to mediation, we have you covered. We represent a wide variety of clients, from individuals to corporations. Approaching each case with our full attention and dedication, we aim to protect your interests and exceed your expectations.
The son of a renowned trial lawyer, Sean M. Corr began working in the legal field in 1983, before he graduated college. He began practicing law in 1990. His career has been almost exclusively limited to Pennsylvania civil trial practice with an emphasis on cases involving Pennsylvania personal injury and related insurance issues.
Sean is a noted Pennsylvania personal injury attorney and has been lead counsel in approximately 50 personal injury jury trials involving personal injury claims, predominantly in his native Bucks County courts. As an experienced trial attorney, Sean has also appeared before the courts of Philadelphia and Montgomery counties, as well as the Federal District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania. He has handled many more arbitrations and contested court hearings in the civil arena, which in addition to personal injury and insurance, have included matters pertaining to business law, products liability, construction law, estate law and other practice areas involving civil litigation.
During the past 20 years, Sean has established himself as one of Bucks County’s leading trial lawyers in the area of civil trial law and in particular personal injury law. He is a Certified Civil Trial Attorney, having been certified by the National Board of Trial Advocacy in 2000 and re-certified in 2005 and 2010. He was among the youngest in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania to be so recognized. The National Board of Trial Advocacy, a division of the National Board of Legal Specialty Certification, is the only organization accredited by the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania to certify attorneys in a particular specialty. In addition, this same organization has certified Sean as a Specialist in Civil Pre-trial Practice and Procedure.
Sean has significant experience in Bucks County local procedure, having taught multiple continuing legal education seminars alongside the staff of the Office of Bucks County Court Administration, explaining the sometimes confusing nuances of the Bucks County rules. This niche area has caused Sean to be retained as local counsel by a number of large firms handling litigation in Bucks County, but whose offices are not in Bucks County.
Sean was selected by his peers as a Pennsylvania Super Lawyer in 2007, 2008, 2009 and 2011 in recognition of his work in civil trial practice, in particular involving Pennsylvania personal injury claims. Pennsylvania Super Lawyers is a peer-elected designation accorded to less than 5 percent of practicing lawyers in Pennsylvania.
In addition to Corr Law, Sean is an Assistant Solicitor to the County of Bucks, having been hired upon motion of then Bucks County Commissioner, now Lieutenant Governor James F. Cawley, Esquire, with a second from the longest serving Commissioner in Bucks County history, the Honorable Charley Martin.
Sean is a member of the Bucks County Bar Association where he has served multiple terms as officer and director. He is also a member of the Pennsylvania Bar Association.
Sean has authored and presented multiple continuing legal education (CLE) programs for organizations on the topics of personal injury law and civil trial practice.
Sean is admitted to practice before the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania; the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania; the New Jersey Supreme Court; the United States District Court for the District of New Jersey; and the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit.
Sean received a bachelor’s degree in history, cum laude, in 1986 from St. Joseph’s University, and his law degree from Villanova University School of Law in 1990.
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Sean lives in Doylestown Borough, several blocks from the Bucks County Courthouse, with his wife Jennifer and four children. The Corrs are active in local government and community organizations, including the Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts of America, and the Ancient Order of Hibernians.