Keith is originally from western New York and has lived in the Philadelphia metropolitan area since 1982. After graduating from Hobart and William Smith Colleges in 1981, Keith lived and worked in Washington, D.C. on Capitol Hill and gained some valuable experience that has served him well in the practice of law. He attended Temple University School of Law starting the fall semester 1982 and graduated in May 1985 with his Juris Doctor degree after which he promptly joined the work force. He first began practicing general litigation and then changed his focus to pursue claims on behalf of people who have suffered serious personal injuries.
Keith has had the opportunity to try many cases to verdict in Philadelphia, the Pennsylvania suburban counties, the southern New Jersey counties and even courts in central and northern New Jersey and even in the state courts of the State of Delaware on a special motion to the Delaware courts. He has even had the chance to defend some of his clients in lawsuits where they needed someone to protect their interests when they had no where else to turn.
Keith is a member of the Pennsylvania Bar Association, the Montgomery Bar Association, the Montgomery Bar Association Trial Lawyers Section and the New Jersey Bar. He is admitted to practice in the Federal and State Courts in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. He maintains an office in Camden County, New Jersey where he meets with clients and provides advice and guidance to them at a convenient location near all major roads and mass transit. Keith is a very active member of his community where he serves on several boards and takes a leading role in promoting fiscal responsibility and protecting the environment. He prides himself on the many hours of time and energy that he devotes to charity and helping those who are less fortunate in his community. He believes that a community is only as strong as those who volunteer their time and energy to help the many who are in need.
Keith is a committed husband, father and friend who can always be counted on to step forward and help improve the quality of life for others.