Dion, Solomon & Shapiro, L.L.C.

Michael B. Krupnick, Esquire

Michael B. Krupnick, Esq., is a 1992 graduate of the Widener University School of Law. While in law school, he clerked for the Honorable Charles P. Mirarchi, Jr. and the Honorable Angelo A. Guarino in the Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas, where he gained valuable experience in trial law and legal research. Following graduation from law school, Mr. Krupnick joined Dion, Solomon & Shapiro. He celebrated twenty years with the firm in 2013.

Mr. Krupnick takes deep pride in connecting personally with his clients, helping them receive proper and fair compensation from insurance companies and corporations.  His practice includes motor vehicle claims, premises liability claims, transit and cab claims, workers compensation and Social Security matters.

He has been licensed to practice in Pennsylvania since 1992 and continues membership with the Pennsylvania Bar Association, the Philadelphia Bar Association, the Pennsylvania Association for Justice and the Philadelphia Trial Lawyers Association. Mr. Krupnick has been admitted to practice before the United States Court of Appeals Third Circuit, the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, the Superior Court of Pennsylvania and the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania. He regularly serves as an Arbitrator for the Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas.

Outside of his legal career, Michael is a dedicated family man who enjoys going to ballgames and events with his parents, siblings, nieces and nephews. He lives in Center City Philadelphia and can often be seen in the trendy restaurants around town, combining his love of dining with his love of family and friends.

Michael has a particular passion for lending his legal services to minority groups in and around Philadelphia, devoting a significant amount of time and resources to associations including the Cambodian Association of Greater Philadelphia, where he has served on the board of directors for a number of years. In addition, he is involved with the Laos community, representing members of the Laos Buddhist Temple located at 20th and Washington Streets, as well as members of the Vietnamese Church – St. Helen’s Parish. Michael also provides legal services to individuals and small businesses in the Korean, Indian, Liberian, Haitian and Jamaican communities.

"We've got your back… or whatever else hurts."