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, the MacTrack Legal conference in Orlando, and the Legal X Conference in Park City, Utah. 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.