Attorney Caleb Kruckenberg

Education

Cum Laude from Temple University, Beasley School of Law - 2010

Member, Temple Law Review

Court Admissions

Caleb is licensed to practice law in both state and federal court in Pennsylvania.

Caleb joined Levin & Zeiger in 2016 after working in government service since 2010. He now focuses his practice on helping those who have suffered catastrophic injuries from the negligence of others, as well as those who have been the victim of police or other governmental misconduct. Caleb is an experienced trial attorney who has tried cases before juries in state and federal courts across the country. Throughout his career, he has excelled at taking difficult cases to trial and obtaining favorable verdicts for his clients.

Caleb is also a remarkably successful appellate attorney. He has litigated cases in appellate courts in three states, and two United States Courts of Appeal, winning numerous reversals of erroneous trial decisions.

 

Latest News

May 15, 2018

Commercial Vehicles Can Cause Accidents on Residential Streets

When you think of commercial vehicles, you may think primarily of the large semi-trucks and tractor-trailers traversing our nation’s highways. However, many more types of vehicles fall into the “commercial” category. Many of these commercial …

May 10, 2018

“Spring” Weather in Philly Can Cause Crashes

While March brought the official start of spring, people in Philly know better than to expect the flowers to immediately bloom and the sun to start constantly shining. Pennsylvanians should not pack away their coats …

May 8, 2018

Watch Out for Potholes in Philadelphia and New Jersey

While the transition from winter to spring weather can be a welcome one in the northeast, with it often comes a less-than-desirable effect on our roadways—potholes. Both Philadelphia and New Jersey are notorious for potholes. …

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