Patrick Finn is an associate attorney at Myers Lafferty Law Offices, P.C. Pat grew up near Reading, Pennsylvania, and won a football scholarship to the College of William and Mary, where he played all four years as an offensive guard. After graduating with his bachelor’s degree, Pat worked in Washington for a company that designed and installed security systems for commercial and federal government office buildings, for which he was licensed by the Department of Defense. In 2005, Pat entered law school at Widener University School of Law in Wilmington, Delaware, where he earned his JD degree in 2008.
After law school, Pat was recruited by a defense firm in Philadelphia. He quickly realized that he had more empathy for the injured people suing the corporations his firm represented than he had for the company managers. Since 2011, Pat has proudly represented injured railroad employees in their FELA and Whistleblower cases against the railroads. As a personal injury attorney, Pat also represents people injured in motor vehicle accidents, in falls, and by their doctors.
Pat represents clients in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York, Massachusetts, West Virginia, Florida, Ohio and Indiana. He is a member of the Academy of Rail Labor Attorneys and the Pennsylvania Bar Association.