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Protecting Your Rights, Livelihood And Well-Being

When you are dealing with the effects of an injury or facing a criminal charge, you need an attorney you can trust to protect your freedom, your personal reputation, and your finances from damage.

In Erie, Pennsylvania, and surrounding communities, you can turn to the local attorneys at McCormick & Vilushis LLC for attentive service from proven attorneys in the practice areas of personal injury, criminal defense, workers’ compensation, and Social Security Disability.


The Experience You Need When Your Rights And Livelihood Are On The Line

We have 20 years of trial experience on both sides of the courtroom. We put this to good use for our neighbors in Erie. We understand how to navigate the local legal system and obtain favorable results for our clients, including those facing criminal charges and those who have suffered catastrophic injuries due to negligence.

Meet Our Attorneys


Attorney Douglas G. Mccormick



Attorney Chad Vilushis


Reliable Solutions From Experienced Attorneys

Our Latest Blog

Whose insurance covers medical costs after an accident?

Getting in a car accident can be an extremely emotional and stressful experience. There are so many challenges you may face: severe injuries and medical costs, loss of wages due to being unable to work, and damages to your car. On top of all of that, you’re concerned...

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Reasons to evoke your right to be silent

If an officer places you under arrest, you may face many questions. An officer has the right to ask you questions, but in most cases, you have the right to not answer these questions. Beyond providing the initial information to identify yourself or provide information...

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What to do if you witness a serious workplace injury

Some jobs are inherently more dangerous than others. Still, regardless of where you work or what you do, you may eventually witness an on-the-job injury. In fact, the National Safety Council reports that a workplace injury occurs roughly every 7 seconds somewhere in...

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