Lawrence F. Walker



(215) 665-6920

(215) 665-2013

Lawrence F. Walker is a member of Cozen O'Connor's Subrogation and Recovery Department. Larry primarily investigates and prosecutes cases involving fire, water, and construction defects resulting in significant property damage and losses. Where third-party tortfeasors are responsible and meaningful opportunities for recovery exist, Larry prosecutes claims in an effort to recover the monies paid for repairs, emergency expenses, damaged personal and business property, and lost income. Larry has tried numerous such cases to verdict and arbitration awards during his years of practice.

Larry also represents contractors and builders in condominium transition and defense matters involving allegations of construction defects. Larry's experience as a plaintiff's attorney provides a unique perspective for his defense clients.

Larry received his Bachelor of Science from Penn State University in 1993. Larry received his J.D. in 2001 from Rutgers University School of Law in Camden while working full-time as a claims handler for a prominent insurer.

Larry is also an active member of his community. Larry is a trustee of the Philadelphia Bar Foundation and his local swim club. 



Cozen O’Connor Names 17 Attorneys to Membership in the Firm

April 28, 2008

Cozen O’Connor has announced that 17 of its associates have been named members of the firm. ''We are extremely proud to welcome these highly qualified attorneys into membership in the firm,'' said Thomas A. Decker, president and chief executive officer of Cozen O'Connor, ''Their individual and combined contributions reflect the talent and strength of our firm.''


Property Owners Owe Duty of Care to Neighbors Even When Use Is Not Inherently or Unreasonably Dangerous [Alert]

June 05, 2019

Mark Mullen and Larry Walker discuss Maryland Court of Appeals ruling regarding a property owner's duty to care.

Lightning-Induced CSST Fires: Protecting Your Subrogation Rights [Subrogation and Recovery Alert!]

May 11, 2009

Lightning-Induced CSST Fires: Protecting Your Subrogation Rights - Subrogation and Recovery Alert! - Since the introduction of CSST, there has been an
increase in fire damage caused by lightning strikes. Direct and indirect lightning strikes can energize CSST, inducing current that attempts to use the metal conduit to reach ground.The corrugated design and the thin walls cannot withstand the energy produced, causing a
hole to be melted in the CSST.That hole results in the release of pressurized natural gas or propane into the structure

Electronic Signatures in Global and National Commerce Act [Y2K, Computers and Technology - Subrogation and Recovery - Articles and Papers]

January 01, 2006

Electronic Signatures in Global and National Commerce Act - Y2K, Computers and Technology - Subrogation and Recovery - Articles and Papers - 9 pgs total. This paper summarizes the Electronic Signatures in Global and National Commerce Act “the Act” signed into law by President Clinton on June 30, 2000. The Act encourages electronic commerce by validating the use of electronic signatures, electronic records, electronic notes, and electronic contracts in any transaction affecting interstate commerce. The Act is divided into four Titles which the paper covers.

Events & Seminars

Past Events


  • Rutgers University School of Law - Camden, J.D., 2001
  • Pennsylvania State University, B.S., 1993
  • Maryland
  • New Jersey
  • New York
  • Pennsylvania
  • U.S. District Court -- New Jersey
  • U.S. District Court -- Eastern District of Pennsylvania
  • U.S. District Court -- Middle District of Pennsylvania