MR. MOTEL HAS NO CRYSTAL BALL OR MAGICAL POWER
He is an attorney who can only promise hard work and his best efforts. Guarantees are for appliances and replacement windows.
We also understand that when injuries occur, your world turns upside down and can quickly become overwhelming. You question if you should even call an attorney—and if so, where do you turn? We get it. How would you know if you’ve never had this experience before? Can you find an attorney who will actually listen to you, consider what you’ve said then give advice WITHOUT trying to “sell you” or convince you that he or she is the only answer? Yes, Mr. Motel will do this and whether you decide to hire Mr. Motel or another attorney, is and shall always be—YOUR CHOICE.
That’s when you can feel comfortable calling us. We’ll listen and help you decide your next steps—and if working with us isn’t the right fit for your case, we’ll tell you that too.
Andrew has been a member of the Pennsylvania bar since 1988, practicing in multiple counties across the state, in Federal Court, and before administrative law judges. He has practiced out of his current office in West Chester since 1996, successfully litigating hundreds of personal injury cases.
Andrew grew up in Tredyffrin. He is a graduate of Conestoga High School, received his BA degree in history and english from Susquehanna University, and a law degree at Widener Law School. He currently lives in Malvern and remains deeply rooted in the local community. Andrew is a member of The Pennsylvania Association for Justice, and has been a member of the Planning Commission in Charlestown Township since 2000. He is also an active member of several other Chester County organizations.
Note: While certain kinds of accidents and misfortune can be grouped together for general comment, every case Mr. Motel handles has been and will be unique; no two case are the “same.” Every case requires exploration of the facts and circumstances before a responsible and ethical lawyer can render advice.