Stuart A. Carpey has a history of doing pro bono work in and around Philadelphia, having offered his expert skills to men, women, and families in dire need of legal representation or counseling. Following the tragic attacks on the World Trade Center in 2001, for example, our firm’s lead attorney Stuart A. Carpey worked as trial counsel for citizens injured or otherwise affected by the ordeal. Stuart is also often called upon to offer his expertise as a Philadelphia County Mediator, serving as a Judge Pro Tem in the Philadelphia county courts, and as an arbitrator in Philadelphia County, Montgomery County, and in Federal courts.
In addition to our work in the legal field, Carpey Law has also become an active staple of the community, offering our time to schools, charities, and organizations whenever possible. We have sponsored Montgomery County Community College’s English Department in their effort to help promote the work of young writers, and Stuart A. Carpey has spent time speaking with the students involved in The Rising Sons of Philadelphia, a non-profit organization dedicated to reversing negative trends in urban communities. In our work with colleges and afterschool programs, our law firm devises unique methods by which to encourage children and teenagers to pursue enriching careers and make safe choices in their lives.
In our work representing the victims of car accidents, our firm has become well-acquainted with the growing danger of distracted driving. For years, our company has been involved with the Teens Against Distracted Driving (TADD) campaign, always seizing a chance to help educate teens on the dangers of cell phone use behind the wheel of an automobile.