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Charles L. Consagra, Esq.

Workers Compensation Lawyer

Charles Consagra has been a practicing attorney for over 20 years and is a familiar name with the legal community.  He is sincerely dedicated to advocate for his client and understands the problems they face in their daily lives.  Attorney Consagra specializes in the field of Administrative Law with primary emphasis in the areas of Workers’ Compensation, Social Security and Unemployment Compensation.  He has published several articles in the areas of Workers’ Compensation, Social Security and Ethics and has presented seminars to the National Business Institute and Sterling Company as well as to the Department of Public Welfare Disability Advocates Personnel.  Since 1978, Attorney Consagra has been a part time faculty member at Keystone College as an instructor in the areas of Business Law, Behavioral Sciences, Criminal Justice and Ethics.  He is also an instructor in Business Ethics and Philosophy for graduate students at Marywood University.

Charles resides in Archbald, Pennsylvania with his wife, Mariel.  He has two married daughters with two outstanding sons-in law as well as one granddaughter, Alexandra, and one grandson, Jay, whom Charles and his wife have been blessed with the greatest gift that their children can give to them.


J.D., Seton Hall University School of Law, Newark, NJ, 1993
Received Petillo Scholarship award for academic achievement

Doctoral, University of Pittsburgh
Doctoral course work in Counseling Psychology

M.S., Education, Marywood College, 1979

M.A., Marywood College, 1978
Counseling Psychology

Master, St. Joseph's College, 1974
Major: Divinity, Philosophy, Theology

B.A., University of Scranton, 1971
Honors: Magna Cum Laude

Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice

Pennsylvania, 1993


  • Certified Rehabilitation Counselor, 1989
  • Certified Drug and Alcohol Counselor, 1980
  • Effectiveness Trainer

Published Works

  • Articles on Workers’ Compensation, Sterling Compant
  • Articles on Workers Compensation, National Business Institute
  • Articles on Social Security, National Business Institute