Mario DAdamo Death – DAdamo Law Lead Attorney Mario DAdamo of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania has sadly passed away. He died after he was hit by a tesla while riding his bicycle at FDR Park on Friday 4th August 2023 leaving family, friends and clients devastated. He was confirmed dead through a post made on Facebook that says “I’m shocked and saddened to report the untimely passing of my friend and colleague, Mario DAdamo Jr. He will be missed by all of us at Family Court”.
In a recent incident within a Philadelphia park, a Tesla driver was apprehended by police after attempting to escape from a hit-and-run accident involving a pedestrian, a bicyclist, and a tree. The incident occurred on Friday evening when the 67-year-old driver struck a pedestrian and a bicyclist on the 1400 block of FDR Park Drive. Instead of stopping, the driver chose to speed away, eventually crashing into a tree. Following the collision, he attempted to flee the scene on foot, but law enforcement intervened and brought him into custody.
Subsequently, he was taken to a local hospital where he is reported to be in stable condition. As a result of the incident, the 55-year-old pedestrian remains in critical condition, while the 37-year-old bicyclist’s condition has been stabilized. As of now, no arrests have been made, and the authorities have not released any further details about the ongoing investigation.
Mario DAdamo Education and Career
He graduated from St Joseph Prep. and went on to study at La Salle University between 2004 – 2008 where he earned his Bachelor of Arts (B.A.), Spanish Language and Literature, Criminal Justice and later went on to further at Widener University School of Law where he obtained his Juris Doctor, Law in 2013. He was a Adjunct Professor at Alvernia University where he teaches a wide array of college level Law classes. Including, but not limited to, criminal law, white collar crime and juvenile delinquency.
The many facets of attorney Mario D’Adamo’s personality come together in a balanced whole: charisma, determination, empathy, intellectual curiosity, and a willingness to work with others. These qualities have taken him to the top of the legal profession and won him the respect of both colleagues and clients. D’Adamo has made a beneficial influence on the communities he serves through pro bono work and philanthropy, in addition to his legal successes.
Mario DAdamo’s obituary will be released by the family
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