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Conveniently located just outside Philadelphia:

1500 Walnut Ave.

Oreland, PA 19075

Phone: 215-233-4410 / 800-466-6906

Fax: 215-233-4409

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  • Licensed since 1988 Pat founded PIC in 1992 as an alternative to large agencies who, for monetary purposes, were steering clients towards certain carriers as opposed to offering carriers and pricing that best fit the needs of the clients.
  • Over the past thirty years, Pat has firmly established himself and PIC as the most dependable and trustworthy names in the medical malpractice insurance marketplace. 
  • In this age of agency mergers and acquisitions, Pat has chosen to remain an  independent broker/agency as he feels  clients are better served by his hands on approach to pricing and service for every practice regardless of size.
  • Pat has handled the med mal needs of thousands of physicians, practices and other health care professionals over the past three decades.
  • Pat has spoken at numerous medical conferences, medical staff meetings and county medical societies regarding risk management and insurance.
  • Pat has been instrumental in not only attracting insurance cariers to states, but also in the formation of medical malpractice insurance carriers, risk purchasing groups and physician associations in order to provide practices with cost effective alternatives for their coverage.
  • Born and raised in Montgomery County, Pat attended Bishop McDevitt High School and is a graduate of the University of Delaware.
  • Pat is an advocate for pediatric cancer awareness and research.  Pat, his wife Angie and their three children host the annual PJ Lawn Blood and Bone Marrow donor drives in memory of PJ, their oldest child who passed away in 2013 after a courageous seven year battle with leukemia.  The blood drive is among the largest in the Philadelphia area and the  bone marrow donor drive has successfully matched donors with recipients whose lives have been saved by bone marrow transplants.  Pat and his family also host a team every year in CHOP's Parkway Run in order to raise money for Children's Hospital of Philadelphia and pediatric cancer.

Patrick Lawn