When it comes to the law, I like to think on my feet.
When I worked in the United States Senate, I learned that I loved making arguments. The rush of having to make quick decisions on how to proceed was a natural fit, and when my time there was finished, I knew that presenting facts and a case was the next natural step for me. After attending the University of Pittsburgh for law school, I hit the ground running and started working with some bigger law firms. But something didn't feel quite right. So I decided to put myself closer to my clients and their needs, opening Allegheny Attorneys at Law in 2005.
As a lawyer, my natural habitat is the courtroom; it’s where I’m the most comfortable. That’s why when I take cases for clients, I can’t wait to get in front of a judge or jury and fight for them, no matter what their legal situation looks like.
Facing any kind of legal situation is scary, but it doesn’t have to be. No matter the case, my job is to help find the right approach that works for you.