(Philadelphia) – Martin Law founding partner George Martin was recently to a three year term on the Planning Commission of West Vincent Township in Chester County. The Planning Commission is a seven-member board that is charged with overseeing the Township’s orderly and sensitive growth. Mr. Martin is the Chairman of the Commission.
George Martin is the founding partner of Martin Law and practices exclusively in the area of workers’ compensation law since 1979. In addition to his successful law career, he also founded the George and Miriam Martin Foundation (www.themartinfoundation.org) in 1996 to protect our environment, which has given more than $4 million to charitable organizations working to protect rivers and watersheds. Previously, he was a member of the Board of Directors of the French & Pickering Conservation Trust and Green Valleys Association, in Chester County, PA. Mr. Martin currently serves as Chairman on the Planning Commission of West Vincent Township in Chester County and the Chair of the Board of Trustees for Earthjustice, the world’s largest non profit environmental law firm.
With fifteen attorneys and offices in Bristol, Allentown, Reading and Philadelphia, Martin Law is one of the largest firms in Pennsylvania of its kind, focusing solely on Workers’ Compensation, Social Security Disability, Long Term Disability and Veterans’ Benefits.