James Worthington II was born in Doylestown, Pennsylvania, on December 18, 1962. James and his two brothers were brought up in a hardworking, traditional American home approximately one hour north of Philadelphia, P.A.
Attorney Worthington has amassed a wealth of life experience which included positions such as:
- Law Clerk with Office of the Attorney General, WV,
- College English Instructor,
- Business Manager,
- Campaign Manager and Fundraiser,
- Lobbyist (Washington D.C.),
- Volunteer Emergency Medical Technician.
Attorney Worthington availed the opportunity to live and travel extensively throughout the United States and various parts of the world. James is an avid sportsman, specifically cycling, sporting clays, and fly-fishing.
Attorney James D. Worthington Primarily Focuses His Practice in The Following Areas:
- Personal Injury (including auto accidents)
- Criminal Defense (including CDS & DWUI)
- Insurance Law
- Criminal Defense (Circuit and District)
- Business Law
- Landlord-Tenant Law
- Contract Law
- Family Law
- Estate Planning
- Real Estate Disputes.
During the course of his legal practice, Attorney Worthington has successfully represented a broad spectrum of client’s cases, including personal injury, criminal defense, insurance law, business law, real estate disputes, bankruptcy, landlord-tenant law, family law, estate planning, collections and contracts. Forceful negotiation tactics employed by James bring most cases to settlement prior to trial.
Attorney Worthington has extensive experience taking both civil and criminal cases before the court. Attorney Worthington has procured civil settlements and civil judgments in the order of multiple six figures and maintains a reputation as a very tough criminal defense attorney.
“As a practicing attorney, I believe my greatest assets are my mastery of legal strategy and tactics, a strong work ethic, a fierce competitive edge, my ability to work well with people and my commitment to serving the interests of my clients. Accordingly, as a client, you can expect to be treated with respect and patience and to have your case pursued aggressively by a seasoned Litigator.”– James D. Worthington