Georgelis, Larsen & Sabatino Injury Law Firm, P.C. is immensely pleased and proud to announce that Thomas J. Sabatino, Esquire and Christopher P. Larsen, Esquire have been named as Equity Partners of the firm, joining the firm’s founder, Anthony M. Georgelis, Esquire, as Shareholders.
Thomas (TJ) Sabatino
Thomas (TJ) Sabatino is a graduate of Villanova University and Widener University School of Law. He practiced in workers’ compensation law and personal injury litigation in Delaware and Philadelphia Counties before relocating to Lancaster County, in 2018, to join Georgelis, Larsen & Sabatino Injury Law Firm, P.C.. Since then, TJ has recovered over $10,000,000.00 for Lancaster’s injured workers and those hurt in auto and other accidents. Among his many career highlights, in 2021, alone, TJ achieved the global resolution of a Pennsylvania workers’ compensation claim for a sum in excess of $1 million, and he earned recoveries of over $1 million for multiple clients in their personal injury cases.
Christopher (Chris) Larsen
Christopher (Chris) Larsen is a graduate of Franklin and Marshall College and Widener University School of Law. He worked in the Lancaster County District Attorney’s Office as the County’s First Assistant District Attorney before joining Georgelis, Larsen & Sabatino Injury Law Firm, P.C. in 2019. As part of his tenure as a prosecutor, Chris protected the good people of Lancaster and handled over 100 jury trials in the process. In the four years that he has dedicated his practice to auto accident and wrongful death claims, on behalf of victims of negligence and their families, Chris has secured numerous seven-figure recoveries for his clients. He is a lifetime member of the Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum.
Georgelis, Larsen & Sabatino Injury Law Firm, P.C. is elated that TJ and Chris will be continuing their dynamic and successful practice in injury and accident law as owners of the firm, and, together, we look forward to many more years of helping Lancastrians hurt on the job or in other accidents recover the compensation they and their families rightfully deserve.