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Denis M. DiLoreto (retired)


Denis DiLoreto (retired) devoted his distinguished legal career of over 40 years to helping the injured.  A co-founding partner of the law firm of DiLoreto & Cosentino, Denis DiLoreto and Phil Cosentino started the law firm in 1982.  Over the ensuing decades, the firm has proudly and zealously represented thousands of central Pennsylvanian clients in their pursuit of justice. 

A native of Erie, Pennsylvania, Denis graduated from Edinboro University following a decorated undergraduate career as a collegiate wrestler.  He then attended the University of Pittsburgh School of Law, graduating in 1972, and began his legal career as a civil litigator at the law firm of Black and Davison in Chambersburg.   After co-founding DiLoreto & Cosentino in 1982, Denis devoted the next 3 decades of his law practice to representing injured workers in workers’ compensation proceedings as well as injured victims in negligence actions, including auto and trucking collisions.  Denis’ legal victories include a 7 figure jury verdict in a Cumberland County trucking case, and a workers’ compensation claim that resulted in over 7 figures of wage and medical benefits being paid on behalf of a first responder after the claim was initially denied.  Denis retired from the practice of law in 2012.

A longtime fixture of the Franklin County Bar Association throughout his legal career, Denis served in a variety of leadership positions within the organization, including serving as President.  He is a past recipient of the distinguished Edmund C. Wingert award, an award only given by the Franklin County Bar Association every 2 years.  In addition to his involvement with the FCBA, Denis served as President of the Chambersburg Rotary Club and was awarded the organization’s Rotarian of the Year multiple times.  For decades, Denis has selflessly served the Chambersburg community by his involvement in a number of service organizations, including the United Way, Coyle Free Library, YMCA, and Franklin County Legal Services.