Gary L. Weber  Shareholder

Primary Areas of Practice:

Defense of automobile accident and property & casualty claims

Defense of insurance disputes

Subrogation and collection

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10 West 3rd Street, Williamsport, Pa. 17701 - (570) 323-8404


Concentrating in trial work, Mr. Weber is admitted to practice in all Pennsylvania courts and has tried cases in Lycoming, Centre, Clarion, Clinton, Crawford, Union, Snyder, Bradford, Columbia, Potter, Sullivan, Tioga, Mercer, Mifflin, Northumberland, Wyoming, McKean, Susquehanna, Luzerne and Lackawanna Counties. He is admitted to practice in the U.S. District Courts for the Middle and Eastern Districts of Pennsylvania and has tried cases in Federal District and Bankruptcy Courts. He also had litigated cases with Administrative Law Judges, representing utilities in Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission cases.

Mr. Weber represents clients in arbitrations and in appeals in Federal and State Appeals Courts. Mr. Weber's trial practice involves representing primarily defendants in a variety of cases, including those involving claims of premises liability, product liability, insurance disputes and automobile negligence. Mr. Weber handles subrogation and collection work and serves as hearing officer in administrative proceedings involving school districts, and municiplaities.

Gary Weber served on the Executive Committee of the Lycoming Law Association between 1996 and 2004, and as its President in 2003. He has been Chairman of the LLA's Customs and Rules Committee since 1992. He was instrumental in rewriting the Association's bylaws in 2000, and developed the Association's Web site ( the same year. Mr. Weber was honored with the President's Achievement Award, by the President of the LLA in January of 2001. In 2009, his work with the Website resulted again in recognition by the Association. Presently he serves as the Editor of the Lycoming Reporter and as the Association's Webmaster.

Gary Weber

Grove City College (A.B.) 1979
University of Pittsburgh (J.D.) 1982

Law Clerk, Judge Clinton Smith 1982-85
Mitchell Gallagher since 1985

Court Admissions:
Pennsylvania Bar 1982
Federal Middle District Pa. 1986
Federal Eastern District Pa. 1993
Federal 3rd Circuit Appeals Court, 1988
U.S. Supreme Court, 1993

Community Involvement:
Williamsport School Board, 1991-99
-Local Tax Commission Chair, 1999, 2006
St Mark's Lutheran Church
-Past Council President
-Personnel & Finance Committees; Archivist
Past Troop 38, BSA, Committee Member
Lycoming County Historical Society Board of Governors - Past President