Thomasville, Pennsylvania Insurance Defense Lawyers
Justin W. Esworthy is a founding Member of TBH&E with extensive litigation experience, having tried hundreds of cases throughout the State of Maryland and Commonwealth of Virginia. Justin has obtained favorable results for both civil and criminal clients through both pre-suit representation as well as trial victories. Prior to law school, Justin studied in Buenos Aires, Argentina and obtained his B.B.A from Hofstra University. He earned his J.D. from Tulane University Law School and then began his law career in the courtroom as an Assistant Public Defender representing clients on charges ranging from minor misdemeanors to serious felonies that...
Judicial Law Clerk to the Honorable Emanuel A. Cassimatis, Judge of the Court of Common Pleas, York County, Pennsylvania 1982-1983; Stetler & Gribbin (Associate 1983-1990; Partner 1991-2005) Blakey, Yost, Bupp & Rausch, LLP (Partner). Areas of practice include: Estate litigation: will contests, guardianship proceedings. Estate planning: wills, trusts, powers of attorney, living wills, and health care powers of attorney. Insurance defense litigation.
Attorney Gillespie has nearly 20 years of courtroom litigation experience. He has successfully prosecuted numerous cases as an Assistant District Attorney, including Murder, Arson, White Collar Crimes, Insurance Fraud and Homicide by Vehicle, sex assaults and large-scale drug distribution enterprises. As a civil litigator, he has litigated personal injury, contract, trespass, collection and employment cases.
John M. Pumphrey is a civil trial lawyer that has been representing victims of medical malpractice, construction site injuries, product liability, and commercial & motor vehicle accidents across Pennsylvania and New Jersey for over twenty years. His passion for trial advocacy has earned him peer recognition as one of the top 5% of attorneys in Pennsylvania, and the youngest appointment into the Medical Malpractice Insurance Crisis Task Force, in 2002, by former Governor Edward G. Rendell.