Quincy E. Booth

Associate

Office: 215-575-3858
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One Liberty Place, 52nd Floor
1650 Market Street
Philadelphia, PA 19103

Quincy E. Booth is a personal injury attorney whose client-centric approach demonstrates his commitment to achieving the best results for his clients.  Mr. Booth's practice is focused on catastrophic personal injury cases, which result from construction accidents, workplace accidents, and defective or malfunctioning products. He also handles general premises liability and dram-shop claims.

Quincy Booth is a seventh-generation Philadelphian, a graduate of Drexel University and a graduate of the University Of Pittsburgh School Of Law (2015). While in law school, Mr. Booth participated in Trial Advocacy and the Murray S. Love Mock Trial Competition.  Additionally, due to Mr. Booth's commitment towards excellence in oral advocacy he was carefully chosen to be a Marshall Brennan Constitutional Literacy Fellow-a title given to those law students that possess strong oratorical skills and a desire to instruct others. During that fellowship he spent an entire school year teaching Constitutional law to local high school students and preparing them for a national moot court competition in Washington D.C.

At Pitt Law, Mr. Booth continued to evidence his lifelong commitment to community empowerment through his association and participation with various community and social justice-focused organizations, and by volunteering at various legal clinics that offered pro bono services. Mr. Booth also honed his own professional development through his participation with the Edward Sell Inns of Court Chapter and the Allegheny County Bar Association, Young Lawyers Division.

In 2014, Mr. Booth joined Saltz Mongeluzzi Barrett & Bendesky as a law clerk. While working as a clerk, Quincy learned how to advance winning arguments. Upon graduating from Pitt Law, Quincy returned to SMBB full-time as an associate attorney.

Mr. Booth is a member of the Philadelphia Trial Lawyers Association, the Philadelphia Bar Association, and the Barristers' Association of Philadelphia.