Glenn Ricketti first became associated with Margolis Edelstein in 1985. He has been a partner at the firm since 1991. His practice concentrates on the litigation aspect of general liability claims. He has handled hundreds of jury and non-jury trials in both the State and Federal court systems, arbitration hearings, as well as uninsured motorist and underinsured motorist hearings. Glenn’s practice includes handling a wide array of cases from national and regional insurance carriers ranging from minor personal injury or property damage claims up to catastrophic multiple death cases and major property damage claims with damages in the tens of millions of dollars.
Along with the general liability claims, Glenn has handled numerous coverage and declaratory judgment actions through both the trial and appellate levels.
Over the past years, Glenn has been selected by various insurance companies to take over major litigation cases from house counsel on the eve of trial to prepare for and litigate the cases through a successful resolution or through the trial and the appellate courts.
Glenn’s practice includes Insurance Coverage Litigation; Automobile and Trucking Litigation; Bad Faith claims; General Liability; Municipal Liability; Products Liability; Premises Liability; Construction Defect Litigation; and Workplace Accident Litigation.
Glenn has represented clients in litigation stemming from large commercial construction projects and residential construction projects representing general contractors as well as subcontractors in claims involving water infiltration, stucco, EFIS claims, fire, and building collapses.
Glenn has extensive experience in defending premises liability claims due to slip/trip and fall and premises defects, including defective design and maintenance.
Glenn has presented numerous seminars and lectures to groups of defense counsel and insurance companies, including seminars to the Pennsylvania Association of Mutual Insurance Companies (PAMIC), the Pennsylvania Bar Institute, Philadelphia Bar Association, and in-house seminars at the offices of insurance carriers on the following topics: Bad Faith, Medicare/Medical Liens, Pennsylvania Motor Vehicle Financial Responsibility law, UM/UIM Issues, First Party Medical Benefits, Motor Vehicle Policy Coverage Issues, Policy Exclusions, Limited Tort Option Issues, and Additional Insured/Indemnification Issues.