We have been providing comprehensive legal solutions for Southeastern Pennsylvania clients since 1955.
With a large and diverse team, we can handle problems that cross over into multiple legal areas. Further, we can recognize problems in other legal areas that many single-practice firms might not see.
We are here to give you the peace of mind that comes from knowing your legal concerns are covered.
Strength In Diversity Since 1955
If you are looking for an attorney, you have a legal problem and you need help.
At O'Donnell, Weiss & Mattei, P.C., we bring experience and knowledge in a wide range of legal practice areas, so we can help you with almost any legal problem you might have. We have been representing clients throughout Montgomery, Chester and Berks counties since 1955.
By the time you are ready to make the call to an attorney for legal help, you are probably in need of urgent, fact-based attention. As a law firm practicing in many different legal areas, we are equipped to provide you with efficient, comprehensive solutions.
Reaching a successful resolution to your case begins with our commitment to open communication and a knowledge-based team approach. We strive to utilize the latest available technology while endeavoring to develop and maintain personal relationships with our clients and provide individualized service. Your call to OWM Law will be met with personable, professional staff and a prompt response from one of our attorneys.
We have teams of attorneys with exceptional knowledge and experience in the following practice areas:
Your Local Law Firm
Our law firm started all the way back in 1955, when William O'Donnell, Jr., Alvin L. Weiss and Emidio J. Mattei first put up our shingle in Pottstown. Since then we have grown to fourteen attorneys, a dedicated group of assistants and paralegals, and a second office in Phoenixville, Pennsylvania.
All of our lawyers share the same dedication to being the hometown law firm for all of Southeast Pennsylvania.
The following attorneys have an upcoming presentation, workshop, or Chester County Night School Seminar scheduled:
- David A. Megay, Esquire
- Thomas "Tip" McCabe, Esquire