“I'd never been involved in a lawsuit concerning a death before. But, when my uncle died unexpectedly in his apartment after the local utility company shut off his heat, I decided to ask several lawyers if they felt that the company was negligent. Attorney Noah Fardo was the only one who looked deeply into the details of the case and then decided a wrong had indeed occurred. Hands down, I'm glad that he was so thorough in his investigations.
Attorney Fardo walked me through the entire case, basically, hand-in-hand. He'd call to update me through every stage of litigation, and when he had any news at all to report. I was never in the dark... or lost and confused about anything. I appreciated, so much, the personal touch he had with my case.
I have to say, if there was an attorney who was ever so determined, and unrelenting, it's Noah Fardo. Now my case has been successfully won and the estate received a large settlement. I can leave the trauma in the past. Thank you, Noah!!"
Kramer v. Port Authority of Allegheny County
Jury Verdict in Favor Of Plaintiff
In 2004, Mr. Fardo obtained a landmark jury verdict against the Port Authority of Allegheny County for their intentional violation of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Specifically, it was proven at trial that the Port Authority intentionally discriminated against a paraplegic in strict violation of Section II of the ADA. This landmark decision has received attention from lawyers nationwide and was the first successful jury or non-jury verdict of its kind in this area.