I’m an attorney with Katherman, Briggs & Greenberg, where I practice personal injury law. I believe my clients are people, not cases. I’ve represented hundreds of injured clients over the last 20+ years, having advocated for those clients and their families in complex injury claims involving severe injuries. Along the way, I’ve handled numerous trials and arbitrations, successfully achieving large verdicts.
I’m a shameless technology enthusiast, and use my expertise to achieve the best results for my clients. I speak locally and nationally on legal and technology topics, including at the ABA TECHSHOW in Chicago, and at the MacTrack Legal conference in Orlando. You can find my writings on technology at 40Tech.com or follow me on Twitter at @40Tech.
Clients are regularly referred to me by past and current clients, other attorneys, and doctors. Through the endorsement of other attorneys, I’ve achieved an “AV-Preeminent” peer review rating from Martindale-Hubbell. I’ve also been admitted to the Million Dollar Advocates Forum, a forum reserved only for attorneys who have obtained civil verdicts or settlements in excess of one million dollars. Less than 1% of all the attorneys in the United States are members.
I’m a 1990 graduate of Washington and Lee University and a 1993 graduate of the Pennsylvania State University, Dickinson Law. I am a member of the Pennsylvania Bar Association and the Pennsylvania Association for Justice. I am active in the York County Bar Association, where I’m a member of the Bench-Bar Committee and co-chair of the Local Rules Committee (Civil).
I live near the border between York and Lancaster counties, Pennsylvania, with my wife, Elizabeth, and my daughter. When not working or diving into tech, I like to ski – I actually met my wife on a ski vacation.