Law School:
Temple Law School
Member Of:
  • American Trial Lawyers' Association
  • Federal Bar Association
  • Pennsylvania Association Of Justice
  • Lackawanna County Bar Association
  • Luzerne County Bar Association
  • National Board of Trial Advocacy

Concentration: Civil Litigation With Emphasis On Car Accidents, Truck Accidents, Dog Bites, Product Defects, Medical Malpractice And Bad Faith Claims.

  • University Of Pennsylvania – 1989
  • United States Peace Corps (Guatemala) 1989-1991 – Fluent In Spanish
  • Temple Law School 1995
  • Board Certified In Civil Trial Advocacy & Civil Pretrial Advocacy By The National Board Of Trial Advocacy
  • 2008 Board Of Governors – Pennsylvania Association Of Justice
  • 2008 Speaker – Auto Law Update – Pennsylvania Association Of Justice (Scranton)
  • 2005 President – Northeastern Pennsylvania Trial Lawyers Association
  • 2005 Speaker – Auto Law Update – Lackawanna County Bench/Bar Conference
  • 2000 President – Lackawanna County Young Lawyers Division
  • 2000 Speaker – Lackawanna County’s Peoples’ Law School
  • Super Lawyer Status

Brian G. Price Biography

Brian G. Price has been practicing law in Northeastern Pennsylvania for the past 14 years.  In 2000 he became partner in the law firm of Dougherty, Leventhal & Price, L.L.P.  In 2000 he also served as President of the Young Lawyers Division of Lackawanna County.  In 2005 he served as President of the Northeastern Pennsylvania Trial Lawyers’ Association.  He currently sits on the Board of the Pennsylvania Association of Justice. Brian has participated in multiple multi-million dollar settlements over the past 14 years.  Brian dedicated 2 years of his life to the United States Peace Corps in Guatemala, Central America after graduating from the University of Pennsylvania.  Using his Spansh skills, he now runs the firm’s latino law practice which equates to 30% of his current clientele.  Brian also spearheads DLP’s marketing efforts. Brian resides in Scranton with his wife and four children.  He coaches youth baseball & basketball along with being very active in his parish.  He sits on the Boards of Friends of the Poor, Wyoming Valley CYC and Neighborhood Services of Lackawanna County.Brian can be reached by calling (570) CALL DLP.

Other Info


1995, Pennsylvania

Special Licenses/Certifications:

Board Certified in Trial Advocacy by the National Board of Trial Advocacy

Bar/Professional Activity:

  • 2000 President of Young Lawyers Division Lackawanna Bar Association
  • 2005 President of Northeastern Pennsylvania Trial Lawyers
  • 2009 Board Member of Pennsylvania Association of Justice

Pro bono/Community Service:

Yearly participant in Lackawanna Pro Bono – Board Member in 2000.Board Member – Friends of the PoorBoard Member – Wyoming Valley CYC – Chair 2009 Annual AppealBoard Member – Neighborhood Services of Lackawanna County

Verdicts and Settlements:

Multiple multi-million dollar settlements over the past 14 years in personal injury claim.

Representative Clients:

Representing hundreds of injured people throughout NEPA.  30% of clients from the Latino population and serving them in Spanish.

Educational Background:

  • BA 1989 University of Pennsylvania
  • 1989-1991 United  States Peace Corps Guatemala
  • 1995 J.D. Temple University