Ever since he was a child, Marc Shipon understood that the world needed more people who were willing to fight for those who need it the most. While attending William Penn Charter and Franklin and Marshall College, he realized that law was the place in which he could make real difference in the world. That’s why, after finishing at Franklin and Marshall, Mr. Shipon decided to pursue his Juris Doctor at Villanova University.
Although law school can be quite taxing, it was one of the most transformative periods of Marc’s life. While at Villanova University, Marc worked through several courses and dabbled in various types of law. However, all that it took to change his life forever was one internship. At Chester Community Legal Services, he worked with people who had experienced an injury or who had become disabled. He witnessed first-hand the impact that he could make on the lives of people affected by personal injury.
After graduating, Marc Benjamin Shipon knew exactly what he had to do next. That’s why he dedicated his life to representing the injured and disabled. Since 1992, Mr. Shipon has represented countless clients, successfully helping them to retrieve the compensation that they deserve, whether the case be from an auto accident to a medical injury and everything in between.
This long journey has taught him a lot along the way, and he has met several people both professionally and personally that have helped shape him into the lawyer that he has become today. Many of the people he has met and fought for belong to the local Hispanic community, a community in which Mr. Shipon feels deeply and passionately connected.
As a professional, Marc Shipon understands the importance of being involved with professional associations in relation to Catastrophic Personal Injury Law. He has made it a point throughout his career to be an active contributor to some of the most important associations in the country. He is a member of the National Organization of Social Security Claimants Representative, the National Association of Disability Representatives, the Philadelphia Bar Association, the Camden County Bar Association, Burlington County Bar Association, and the Mercer County Bar Association.
In addition to his membership in several professional organizations, Mr. Shipon also knows the value in being active in societies outside of the law. He has written for the National Epilepsy Society, helped individuals at the National MS Society, and contributed to various other causes, especially causes pertaining to the Hispanic community.
He is always open to contributing to journals, preparing talks, and assisting an organization in any way that he can. Marc Benjamin Shipon is dedicated to making the world a better place in which to live, and he hopes that you will contact him if you feel that there is a way for him to help with your cause.
You can reach him through his offices in Philadelphia, North Philadelphia, and New Jersey, and he is more than happy to set up a meeting with you to discuss your auto injuries, birth injuries, malpractice case, or anything else related to catastrophic injuries. He and his team of lawyers, staff, and associated firms have helped thousands of individuals obtain disability benefits when they have a severe medical condition rendering them unable to work and have also help others obtain settlements in injury claims.
Whether it’s in your home, the hospital, or another convenient location in the area, Marc will do what he can to make your life easier. With over twenty years of experience, you can rest assured that your case is in good hands.
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