Georgelis, Larsen & Sabatino Injury Law Firm, P.C. is pleased to announce that attorneys Anthony Georgelis and Chris Larsen are now members of the Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum. The forum is composed of trial attorneys who have achieved multi-million dollar verdicts and settlements for their clients, and is one of the most prestigious groups of trial lawyers in the United States.
The organization was founded in 1993 and there are approximately 7,800 members located throughout the country. Fewer than 1% of U.S. lawyers are members, and as such, many members of the Million Dollar Advocates Forum includes many of the top trial lawyers in the country. The common fact is that they have each demonstrated, in an objective and tangible way, their ability to accomplish superior results in complex cases. Certification by the Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum provides recognition of such accomplishment and a national network of experienced colleagues for information exchange, assistance and professional referral.
Attorney Georgelis grew up in East Hempfield Township and graduated from Hempfield High School in 1988. He studied political science at the University of Richmond, in Virginia, where he graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in 1992. After earning his juris doctorate degree from the University of Pittsburgh School of Law, in 1995, Tony returned to Lancaster County to serve his community in the District Attorney’s Office. There, he practiced before the court where his father, the Honorable Michael A. Georgelis, served as President Judge.
In April of 2005, Tony created Georgelis, Larsen & Sabatino Injury Law Firm, P.C., a legal practice dedicated to helping and protecting Lancaster’s injured.
Attorney Larsen is a graduate of J.P. McCaskey High School, and earned his bachelor’s degree from Franklin & Marshal College and then his law degree from Widener University School of Law. Upon becoming an attorney, Chris served our community as an assistant district attorney in the Lancaster County District Attorney’s Office.
He quickly developed a reputation as a skilled and tenacious litigator, ascending through the ranks and being appointed Lancaster’s Chief Deputy Assistant District Attorney. In this role, Chris prosecuted some of the most complex criminal cases and heinous crimes in Lancaster County history. Recognizing that justice must be aggressively pursued, and relentlessly advocating on behalf of those Lancastrians he has represented, Chris has handled in excess of one-hundred jury trials.