Areas of Practice
Gabor is an associate in the Health Care Department. He focuses the majority of his practice on the defense of medical/psychiatric providers and facilities in medical malpractice and health care liability matters.
Prior to joining Marshall Dennehey, Gabor was involved in defending insurance carriers and self-insured entities in workers' compensation matters. As part of that practice, Gabor participated in hundreds of medical depositions. He also evaluated claims based on the opinions of medical experts and the analysis of medical/treatment records.
In 2010, Gabor graduated from Temple University magna cum laude, majoring in history. At Temple, he was involved in the pre-law society. He was also the recipient of the Professor Edward R. and Essie Baron Memorial Award, which is given to an outstanding student majoring in history, theater, music or art.
Gabor graduated from Widener University Commonwealth Law School, magna cum laude, in 2013. He was involved in Law Review and was elected as a member of the Law Review's Administrative Board. During law school, Gabor also completed an intensive trial advocacy program. He also worked at a regional defense firm as a law clerk, assisting with general liability and workers' compensation defense matters. Upon graduation Gabor received the James S. Bowman American Inn of Courts Award, which is awarded to a student excelling in administrative law.
Geisinger Health v. Bureau of Workers' Comp.(SWIF), 138 A.3d 133 (Pa. Cmwlth. Ct. 2016)
"Pennsylvania Imaging Center v. Commonwealth: The Supreme Court of Pennsylvania 'Trips' Over the Fine Line between Sales and Use Tax in Cases of Property Affixed to Real Estate," 2013 Annual Survey of Pennsylvania Administrative Law - 22 Widener L.J. 321 (2013)
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Workers' Compensation Seminar, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, 2016 and 2017