“It is my job to turn the facts into a story that will compel the jury to understand.” – Thomas Hall
After college, Thomas Hall went into the business world. However, for about five years, he endured deceit and abuse from his business partners. He decided that he wanted to know his rights and knew he could help himself and others by getting a legal education.
As an attorney, Tom works to protect those who cannot protect themselves. He actively seeks to fight against unscrupulous people who take advantage of others, which includes insurance companies. He gets the satisfaction of knowing he may be able to help someone when other lawyers may not.
Thomas Hall gets to know every client. He often goes to their houses and listens to their stories to understand what they are going through. He will move a case through the legal system as quickly as possible to reach a resolution that benefits his client. Tom does not hesitate to spend the firm’s money to hire the best expert witnesses who will make an impression on the jury.
No one can outwork him on a case. When you hire Thomas Hall, you get personal attention and dedicated representation.
Attorney Hall looks at every case as a unique piece of art. He enjoys the challenge of approaching each case differently. When handling medical malpractice cases, he is intrigued by the progress of medical science and standards that must change to accommodate.
For Thomas Hall, life is interesting because of the diverse challenges he faces in his legal practice. He takes pleasure in putting the pieces of a story together in a fashion best suited to achieve a favorable jury verdict.
Tom is distinguished by his years of medical malpractice litigation experience. He has achieved numerous multi-million dollar recoveries in cases involving negligent stereotactic surgery, failed rescue, vision loss in children, and birth-related injuries.
In addition to his trial court practice, Tom has argued cases in all Pennsylvania appellate courts, including the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania.
Tom’s peers have recognized him in the following categories:
Tom earned his law degree from Villanova University School of Law in 1980. He was a member of the Law Review and was elected to the Order of the Coif, a legal honor society. He is licensed to practice law in Pennsylvania, the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, and the United States District Court for the Middle District of Pennsylvania.
When he is not working, he spends as much time with his family as possible. They love the outdoors and enjoy hiking Lancaster Conservancy’s beautiful trails. Tom appreciates butterflies, birds, and all animals except mosquitoes. After a good hike, he enjoys a cold beer and hard-shell crabs.