Ed advises and represents clients in defense of their alleged medical malpractice as an associate attorney at Hancock Daniel. With a background of defending clients against personal injury claims, Ed understands how to work as a team with clients and adjusters to achieve results in complex insurance defense matters. Ed knows that clients can bear significant stress when faced with a lawsuit and seeks to provide reassurance through educational, communicative, and individualized representation.
Ed received his Bachelor of Criminology from West Virginia University and earned his Juris Doctorate from the George Mason University, Antonina Scalia Law School, where he graduated cum laude. While earning his degree, Ed was a member of the George Mason Law Review and the Free Speech Clinic. After graduating, Ed represented clients in personal injury and other insurance defense matters where he gained extremely valuable experience before joining Hancock Daniel to represent medical professionals.
West Virginia University, B.A.
George Mason University, Antonina Scalia Law School, J.D.