Attorney William Rogel Repeats as Super-Lawyer Rising Star for 2013.
Pittsburgh Lawyer William Rogel named as Rising Star Super Lawyer for 2013.
Attorney William Rogel of the Pittsburgh law firm, Flaherty Fardo, has been named a super lawyer rising star for the second year in a row.
This is an honor awarded to less than 10% of attorneys in the state of Pennsylvania. The selection process includes peer recognition and professional achievement and is awarded to the “top up-and-coming attorneys in the state”.
Attorney Rogel was selected for his performance in the area of Plaintiff’s personal injury law and civil litigation.
In March 2013, Attorney Rogel was named Partner in Flaherty Fardo, LLC. He is a recognized trial lawyer who has litigated complex plaintiff cases throughout the state and federal courts. He has significant experience arguing appellate issues in both the Superior Court and Commonwealth Court of Pennsylvania.
In 2012, he helped to obtain numerous confidential settlements in medical malpractice, personal injury and other civil litigation claims. In addition, he helped force a confidential settlement with a large medical manufacturer concerning misrepresentations of a medical device.
Presently, Mr. Rogel is involved in a variety of litigation involving medical malpractice, personal injury, shareholder disputes, and commercial transactions.
A graduate of Yale University, he previously held the position of the President of the Yale Political Union, a position also held by world leaders including Secretary of State John Kerry.
In addition to helping families and individuals throughout western Pennsylvania, Attorney Rogel is an avid Pittsburgh sports fan, and enjoys spending time with his family, and discussing politics.
Attorney William Rogel can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org, or by calling 412.802.6666.
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