Sherr Law Group has decades of combined experience representing cities, counties, boroughs, municipalities and townships with complex cases involving: employment law, municipal law and products liability. Our team of defense lawyers work alongside insurance companies, ensuring their clients receive the best representation for their unique situation.
Sherr Law Group’s success and extensive experience in a wide range of cases has led the firm to focus its practice in four key areas of law:
Sherr Law Group represents elected officials, emergency personnel and municipalities through the litigation and counseling process. Our team will build a solid defense and present the facts to strengthen our clients’ positions.
Strict employment laws must be enforced on both the municipal level and the business level. We help businesses and government employers navigate and defend complex employment law cases.
Our team of lawyers represent insurers and their policyholders through complex legal battles, including products liability, premises liability, medical malpractice and more.
Businesses hit with products liability claims require a dedicated attorney who will meet the stringent standards of Pennsylvania law. Our team has a deep understanding of the complexities of the law to help your case achieve the best outcome in litigation.
Sherr Law Group’s Cases of Note
Our team of defense lawyers defends municipalities and businesses from claims made by individuals.
Our experienced team has helped clients successfully win their cases in a variety of circumstances, including:
- Karchnak v. Swatara Township, 446 Fed. Appx. 432 (3d Cir. 2012): A case involving a Civil Rights lawsuit against our client by a female Sergeant. Our team aggressively defended our client, resulting in a verdict finding our client non-liable.
- School District: A case where our client, a school district, was sued for a hazardous condition on the playground. The plaintiff stated that the surface was unsafe. Our group employed a national expert in playground safety to win the case at trial after proving that the surface was not the reason for the accident.
- Honey Brook Estates v. Honey Brook Township, 2012 WL 2077188 (E.D. Pa. 2012): A case involving a developer that claimed civil rights violations resulting in $12 million in damages. The case ended with a Motion for Summary Judgment after aggressive discovery by our lawyers.