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Eric A. Iamurri

Eric A. Iamurri

Eric A. Iamurri is a Pittsburgh injury lawyer who represents individuals and families in admiralty & maritime, towboat and barge, river accident, Jones Act, Railroad, FELA, motorcycle, ATV, oilfield & drilling rig/oil and gas well explosion, serious personal injury, and wrongful death lawsuits — including Dram Shop/liquor liability cases.

Phone: (412) 281-4340

Toll Free: (877) 40-GO-LAW

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Eric grew up in New Jersey and moved to Pittsburgh after graduating in 2020 with a JD and a Certificate in Maritime Law from Tulane University School of Law, where he was an Alice H. Sherman Scholar, and with an MBA with specialization in Finance from Tulane’s A.B. Freeman School of Business, where he was an Aldrich Fellow.  He earned his B.A. from Villanova University in 2016, graduating cum laude, majoring in Criminology.

Eric is licensed to practice in all state courts in Pennsylvania and is a member of the Western Pennsylvania Trial Lawyers Association and the Allegheny County Bar Association.  While in law school, he was a member of the Tulane Maritime Law Journal, an intern/extern for the Hon. Clare Jupiter of the Civil District Court of Orleans Parish, Louisiana, and a research assistant for noted maritime law professors Robert Force and Martin J. Davies.  Eric joined G&O as an associate attorney in 2021.

Outside of work, Eric enjoys judo, yoga, deep sea fishing, bird watching, and cooking.


  • A Primer on Admiralty and Maritime Actions and the Federal Courts,” co-authored by Frederick B. Goldsmith, Lawyers Journal (Vol. 23, No. 1, Jan. 1, 2021) (published by the Allegheny County Bar Association)
  • “Marine Insurance and Arbitration Agreements: Congress’s Legislated Deference to the States Defeated by the Judiciary,” 43 Tulane Maritime Law Journal 143 (Winter 2018)
  • “Tension Leg Offshore Oil Platform Vessel Status and the OCSLA Substantial Nexus Test in Baker v. Dir., Office of Workers’ Comp. Programs,” 42 Tulane Maritime Law Journal 1 (May 2018)