Matthew L. Solomon, Esquire

Contact Matthew at (215) 561-0877 or online

A graduate of the University of Delaware, Mr. Solomon taught high school advanced placement psychology before earning his Juris Doctor from Hofstra University School of Law.

As a law student, Mr. Solomon took part in Hofstra’s Mediation Clinic, mediating numerous family law dispute and supervision cases. He was certified to mediate divorce disputes cases and Persons in Need of Supervision cases in New York. Also, while a student, he clerked in the Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas for the Honorable Annette M. Rizzo. In 2015 Mr. Solomon received his L.L.M in Trial Advocacy from Temple University Beasley School of Law.

He focuses his practice on Personal Injury matters, as well as leads Dion, Solomon & Shapiro’s Landlord Tenant Litigation Department representing both landlords and tenants in disputes. Matthew has been involved in many of the firm’s complex cases including handling numerous six figure Concussion Injury cases, Mold injury cases, DUI accident cases as well as Child Sex Abuse Cases. Matthew also volunteers with Philadelphia VIP, conducting pro bono representation of homeowners in mortgage foreclosure disputes. Matthew also sits as an Arbitrator for the Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas.

Outside the courtroom, Matthew is an active cyclist and has participated in numerous long-distance charity rides, as well as in fund-raising campaigns for non-profits including Emily’s Entourage, the American Cancer Society, Livestrong Foundation and the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. Over the years he has raised more than ten thousand dollars for these charitable organizations. Matthew currently resides in Philadelphia with his family and dog.

matthew-l-solomon-headshot

A graduate of the University of Delaware, Mr. Solomon taught high school advanced placement psychology before earning his Juris Doctor from Hofstra University School of Law.

As a law student, Mr. Solomon took part in Hofstra’s Mediation Clinic, mediating numerous family law dispute and supervision cases. He was certified to mediate divorce disputes cases and Persons in Need of Supervision cases in New York. Also, while a student, he clerked in the Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas for the Honorable Annette M. Rizzo. In 2015 Mr. Solomon received his L.L.M in Trial Advocacy from Temple University Beasley School of Law.

He focuses his practice on Personal Injury matters, as well as leads Dion, Solomon & Shapiro’s Landlord Tenant Litigation Department representing both landlords and tenants in disputes. Matthew has been involved in many of the firm’s complex cases including handling numerous six figure Concussion Injury cases, Mold injury cases, DUI accident cases as well as Child Sex Abuse Cases. Matthew also volunteers with Philadelphia VIP, conducting pro bono representation of homeowners in mortgage foreclosure disputes. Matthew also sits as an Arbitrator for the Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas.

Outside the courtroom, Matthew is an active cyclist and has participated in numerous long-distance charity rides, as well as in fund-raising campaigns for non-profits including Emily’s Entourage, the American Cancer Society, Livestrong Foundation and the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. Over the years he has raised more than ten thousand dollars for these charitable organizations. Matthew currently resides in Philadelphia with his family and dog.

Education

The University of Delaware - 2008

Hofstra University School of Law - 2012

Temple University of Law - Trial Advocacy - 2015

Licenses

Commonwealth of Pennsylvania

State of New Jersey

United States District Court, Eastern District of Pennsylvania

United States District Court of New Jersey

Professional Associations & Memberships

Philadelphia Bar Association

Pennsylvania Bar Association

Pennsylvania Association for Justice

American Bar Association

American Association of Justice

New Jersey State Bar Association

Philadelphia Trial Lawyers Association

Matthew Louis SolomonReviewsout of 10 reviews
Matthew L. Solomon
Rated by Super Lawyers


loading ...

Contact Matthew

WE'VE GOT
YOUR BACK...
OR WHATEVER
ELSE HURTS.

WE'VE GOT
YOUR BACK...
OR WHATEVER
ELSE HURTS.

Scroll to Top