My clients come to me when medical errors have caused them or a loved one life-altering injury. One of first things I often hear from them is “I want to make sure this never happens to anyone else.” I work with my clients to make that goal a reality and to give them a voice when dealing with a catastrophic event. Please call me if you would like to discuss your potential case.
Both my grandfather and father were trial lawyers. My younger brother is also a lawyer. It would be fair to say that the law is in my blood. At the dinner table, listening to my dad talk about being in trial made me want to follow in his path. My mom is a teacher who taught me the importance of being a good communicator. There are many overlaps between lawyers and teachers—both must be good listeners and storytellers. Part of my job as a lawyer is to tell my clients’ stories, whether to opposing counsel, the judge, or a jury. Often that story involves a traumatic event, an event which can be hard to talk about. Counseling my clients on those events and watching their resilience is extremely motivating. Ultimately, it is my role to make sure my clients feel and are in fact heard.
More than 250,000 people in the U.S. die every year from medical errors and medical negligence. This number should be much lower. My clients’ cases can effect change that will reduce that unconscionable number.
Lewis and Clark Law School, J.D.
Skidmore College, B.S., cum laude, Environmental Studies
State Bar of Pennsylvania, 2012
United States District Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania
Super Lawyers Rising Star Honoree: 2021-2023
The National Trial Lawyers – Top 40 Under 40
Millon Dollar Advocates Forum – Lifetime Member
Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum – Lifetime Member
American Association of Justice
Allegheny Bar Association
Pennsylvania Bar Association
Western Pennsylvania Trial Lawyers Association – Board of Governors