Brittany E. Bakshi
Brittany has developed valuable litigation experience in several defense practice areas including personal injury, premises liability, property damage and products liability as a member of the Casualty Department. Through her practice, Brittany has represented a variety of clients, including contractors, non-profit organizations, corporations, small businesses and individuals.
Within her diverse practice, Brittany has taken cases to trial, arbitration, and magistrate court and obtained favorable results at all levels. Moreover, she has resolved numerous cases through effective settlement negotiations and mediation. Brittany has represented clients in both state and federal courts.
Brittany earned her juris doctor in 2011 from The University of Pittsburgh School of Law. Brittany attended Franklin and Marshall College where she received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology in 2008.
Obtained a defense verdict following a trial in a matter where the plaintiff sustained personal injuries following a slip and fall on snow and ice.
Successfully obtained dismissal of clients from premises liability and personal injury lawsuits after the Court's favorable rulings on Motions for Summary Judgment.
Obtained a client's dismissal in a matter following the Court's entry of a favorable ruling on Preliminary Objections to the Plaintiff's Complaint.
Defense verdicts at the arbitration and magistrate levels in personal injury, property damage and premises liability matters.