Samuel (Sam) Reich is an experienced litigator who brings that wealth of knowledge and experience in seeking remedies for individuals injured as a result of the negligence of others.
Prior to joining Laffey Bucci & Kent, Sam represented companies and insurance carriers. He has defended businesses and individuals in state and federal courts for more than 15 years. Sam has litigated hundreds of cases, including product liability, professional liability, and premise liability lawsuits.
Sam has been recognized by Pennsylvania Super Lawyers® in 2020 and numerous peer-based awards, including Super Lawyer® Rising Star in Connecticut for the years 2012 and 2013, and a Pennsylvania Super Lawyer® Rising Star from 2015 to 2018. He was named a 2012 New Leader of the Law, an award given to the top 60 lawyers under the 40 in Connecticut as voted on by members of the Connecticut Bar. In 2016, he was one of 35 attorneys in Pennsylvania to be named a “Lawyer on the Fast Track.”
Sam earned his Master of Laws (LLM) from the University of Connecticut School of Law, his Juris Doctor from Quinnipiac University School of Law, and his Bachelor of Science from the University of Rhode Island.
Sam is licensed in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York, Connecticut, the District of Columbia, and numerous federal courts.
Construction worker suffered serious brain injury after falling 20 feet due to lack of required fall protection
Defective punch press machinery work accident case.
Dock worker run over by a forklift at a cruise ship terminal causing catastrophic injuries
Nail gun defect case that cause permanent injuries to a worker
Nail gun accident where nail gun discharged sideways resulting in a nail hitting user’s eye
A union carpenter fell through an interior mobile scaffold while at work, suffering bilateral calcaneal fractures
A construction worker fell 20 feet because he was not provided with fall protection
A construction accident involving a union roofer who was working without fall protection and fell from a roof resulting in a permanent paraplegic injury
Factory supervisor’s hand was crushed at work due to faulty equipment/machine.
Work accident resulting in an above the knee amputation of the worker’s leg
Forklift accident at marine terminal in New Jersey
Construction worker killed when he came into contact with an uncapped, live electrical wire