From the start of his career, Mr. Lundy’s policy was to personally meet with each of the firm’s clients to discuss their case. His compassion and understanding of each person’s problems and needs enabled him to work with the attorneys and support personnel within the firm who were best qualified to manage the client’s needs.
Mr. Lundy worked tirelessly to build his practice into one of the Delaware Valley’s most outstanding law firms, and he handled all kinds of personal injury cases.
Mr. Lundy was an active member of many legal organizations, including the Pennsylvania and Philadelphia Bar Associations, the American Bar Association, the Philadelphia Bar Foundation, the Philadelphia and Pennsylvania Trial Lawyers associations, and the American Association of Justice. In addition, Mr. Lundy served as Governor of the Pennsylvania Association for Justice and as Director of the Philadelphia Association for Justice.
In 1985, Mr. Lundy was honored with the Pennsylvania Association for Justice’s President’s Award for 25 years of dedication to the aims and objectives of the trial lawyers of this Commonwealth.
He also received the Philadelphia Trial Lawyers Association’s President’s Award in 1997 in recognition of his role as a sage, statesman, and trial lawyer leader par excellence. He was a board member of more than 35 Delaware Valley Institutions devoted to law, arts, history, medicine, science, and religion.
Mr. Lundy received his Bachelor of Science and Juris Doctor degrees from Temple University. He passed away in December, 2011.