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John P. Worgul


John is a seasoned litigator who fights on behalf of consumers and insureds against corporate entities, government entities, and insurance companies. He is part of FDPK’s class action litigation group.

John has a wealth of experience representing plaintiffs and defendants throughout the California Court systems in both State and Federal Courts.  He litigated matters from their inception, at trial, and through the appellate process.  Understanding the interests of both sides of a litigated case and the distinct issues arising throughout the litigation process allows him to provide key insights to maximize client results. Whether a case is simple or complex, large or small, John brings the same passion to representing and serving his clients. 

Before becoming an attorney, John became a registered Patent Agent.  After graduation from Duquesne University’s School of Law, he began his legal practice in the Los Angeles area.  He has litigated matters involving many types of harm to individuals, consumers, employees, and business, including actions involving negligence, professional negligence, medical negligence, discrimination, breach of contract, use of land, insurance “bad faith,” elder abuse, and violations of various statues designed to protect individuals from deceptive and discriminatory conduct.  He has represented the “average Joe,” celebrities, sole proprietorships, large corporate entities, charities, and government entities.  

In 2017, John and his family returned to the Pittsburgh area, where he and his wife were raised. He joined FDPK’s class action litigation group in 2022.  Outside of work, he enjoys spending time with his wife and three children, traveling, and when possible, snowboarding and surfing.

John obtained his Bachelor of Science degree from Duquesne University in 2005, and obtained his Juris Doctorate from the Duquesne University School of Law in 2008.  He is admitted to practice law before all California State Courts, all Pennsylvania State Courts, the United States Patent and Trademark Office, the United States District Courts for the Southern and Central District of California, and the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit.