Clancy Boylan is the managing attorney of the Philadelphia Office where he represents individuals and families that have been catastrophically injured or killed in trucking or automobile collisions, construction accidents, premises liability accidents and medical malpractice. He received his Bachelor’s Degree from Saint Joseph’s University in Philadelphia in 2005, his MBA from Wilkes University in 2008 and graduated with his Juris Doctorate from Duquesne University School of Law in 2012.
Mr. Boylan has been selected as a Rising Star by Pennsylvania Super Lawyers Magazine every year since 2016. Just 2.5 percent of lawyers under the age of 40 receive this honor. Prior to joining Morgan & Morgan, Mr. Boylan worked for a boutique Personal Injury firm based out of Northeastern Pennsylvania. After just two years, his firm sent him to Philadelphia to open up a new office. While at his prior firm, Mr. Boylan was co-counsel on $1,725,000 and $1,100,000 trucking collision settlements and lead counsel on the following trucking settlements: $500,000; $375,000; $350,000 and $225,000.
Mr. Boylan has had multiple other six figure settlements and obtained millions of dollars in settlements and verdicts for his clients over the course of his career. He also helped hundreds of Pennsylvania families across the state whose use and enjoyment of their property was significantly impacted by the Oil & Gas Industry or had been injured by pipeline explosions.
While in law school, Mr. Boylan was a member of Duquesne’s nationally recognized Trial Advocacy Program. In 2011, he won the American Association for Justice (AAJ) Mock Trial National Championship in Las Vegas and in 2012 he was selected as one of the top 16 trial advocates in the country.
Mr. Boylan prides himself on going the extra mile for his clients. His mantra, which hangs above his desk so all his clients can see, is simple: “Good things come to those who hustle.” Mr. Boylan has spent every day of his legal career fighting and hustling for the people, not the powerful.
Outside of the courtroom, Mr. Boylan is heavily invested in his family and his community. He resides in Center City with his wife Abby and their two children, Bridie and Cillian. Mr. Boylan is an active member of the Jameer Nelson Foundation; Right Turn Youth Academy; The Boylan Foundation and has presented on the dangers of drinking and driving to many local high schools.