& Associates

Our Attorneys


EDUCATION: Pennsylvania State University (A.A., 1973), Wilmington College (B.S., summa cum laude, 1975), Delaware Law School of Widener University (J.D., 1979).  

MEMBER: Delaware County Bar Association and the Defense Research Institute.  

ADMISSIONS:  Admitted to the Pennsylvania Bar, 1979,  the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania and the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit.

Direct Dial: 610-627-2437



While in law school, Mr. DiDomenicis was selected to the Moot Court Honor Society and completed in the 1979 National Appellate Advocacy competition.  Subsequently he served as a Borough Council Member in Chester Heights and has served multiple terms as an officer and board member of his church.

After graduation from law school, Mr. DiDomenicis worked for a short period of time as a general practice attorney in Philadelphia representing clients in a variety of matters.  In 1980 he began his career in insurance defense litigation, handling both general liability and workers’ compensation matters.  During this time he served as staff trial attorney for Liberty Mutual Insurance Company and Firemen’s Fund Insurance Company.  Subsequently, as an associate for Post & Schell, Mr. DiDomenicis handled workers’ compensation exclusively from hearing through the appeal process.

Prior to joining Holsten Associates, Mr. DiDomenicis became the managing attorney for the Philadelphia staff counsel office of Selective Insurance Company.  In this capacity he was responsible for the management of three offices in Pennsylvania and the supervision of staff attorneys handling a wide variety of general liability and workers’ compensation cases while providing counsel and support to the Claims Department and maintaining a caseload consisting of general liability and workers’ compensation files.

Since joining Holsten Associates in April 2000, Mr. DiDomenicis has defended municipalities in a variety of cases with his primary concentration in the defense of civil rights and employment cases with a defense verdict ratio of almost nine out of ten cases tried to verdict.