As a lawyer, I pride myself on the relationships I build with my clients. I get to know them through some of the toughest times in their lives, whether they were unfairly fired from their jobs or seriously injured in a car accident. Most of the time, my clients have my email and personal cell phone number. I'm even friends with many of them on Facebook. I work hard to be not just their lawyer, but also their counselor, adviser, and friend.
Because of this client-centered approach, hundreds of people all across Pennsylvania have trusted me to handle their employment and personal injury legal matters.
Pennsylvania is my home. My roots are here. It's where I grew up, where I went to school, and where I am raising my own family. After graduating from Temple University School of Law in 2014, I entered private practice with a small, regional firm in Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania. While there, I represented individuals in various civil matters, including personal injury and employment cases. In 2015, I began working at another regional firm in Pittston, Pennsylvania, where I expanded my personal injury and employment law practice and also began defending municipalities and government agencies in federal civil rights litigation.
In 2018, I started working at a reputable Allentown, Pennsylvania law firm. It was there that I began to focus my practice solely on helping people who have been unfairly treated at work or seriously injured in an accident. This is where my passion for employment and personal injury law really came alive. For nearly 3 years, I dedicated myself to getting justice for hundreds of people who were wrongly injured or wrongly fired. On their behalf, I took the fight to multi-national corporations, big banks, and every insurance company under the sun.
Unlike many lawyers, I have the unique ability to relate to, and empathize with, my clients. I've worked in plenty of toxic work environments and I've helplessly watched my own family members struggle to recover from a serious car accident. It is these lived experiences that motivate me to work hard for my clients every single day. No one should have to put up with illegal behavior at work simply because they "need the job." Nor should someone be driven into bankruptcy because they were seriously injured in an accident that was another person's fault. I've made it my mission to make sure these things don't happen to good, honest, and hardworking people.
If you believe you've been illegally discriminated against or harassed at work, or if you've been seriously injured by someone else's carelessness, let's talk. I offer totally FREE, 1-hour consultations in-person, by video, or by phone -- whatever's most convenient for you. Contact me today to see if I can help. I look forward to hearing from you.
|Award name||Grantor||Date Granted|
|Pennsylvania Rising Star||Super Lawyers||2021|
|Public Interest Fellow||Temple University School of Law||2014|
|Outstanding Oral Advocate||Temple University School of Law||2014|
|Attorney||Kitay Law Offices||2018 - Present|
|Associate||Joyce, Carmody & Moran, P.C.||2015 - 2017|
|Associate Attorney||Anders Riegel & Masington, LLC||2014 - 2015|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|Lehigh County Bar Association||2019 - Present|
|Monroe County Bar Association||2014 - Present|
|Pennsylvania Bar Association||2011 - Present|
|kitaylegal.com||What’s the difference between Full Tort and Limited Tort car insurance policies in Pennsylvania?||2020|
|LinkedIn.com||Pennsylvania Employment Law Q&A: COVID-19 and the Workplace||2020|
|National Business Institute Seminar||Standing On Ethical Ground||2014|
|National Business Institute Seminar||Insurance, Liens & Subrogation - Colossus||2014|
|Temple University||Certificate in Law & Medicine||2019|
|Temple University School of Law||JD - Juris Doctor||2014|
|PA Truck Accident Case||Settled - $155,000.00|
|PA Products Liability Case||Settled - $1,400,000.00|
|PA Car Accident Case||Settled - $250,000.00|
|PA Disability Discrimination Case||Settled - $25,000.00|
|PA Car Accident Case||Settled - $100,000.00|
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