Catherine “Cat” Reeves is a personable and dedicated advocate who focuses her practice on personal injury, workers’ compensation, and Social Security cases. She started her career at Metzger Wickersham in 2011, developing her skills and gaining an understanding of her clients’ needs. From 2016 to 2018, Cat assisted the homeless population at Columbus House, Inc. in New Haven, Connecticut with Social Security disability applications and appeals. She possesses a hands-on approach to her cases based upon her experience working closely with government entities, medical providers, and case managers to develop a Social Security claim.
Why Attorney Reeves Practices Law
Throughout the course of her legal career, Cat has worked with diverse populations in a variety of different case types. She has been successful in obtaining awards for these clients, which she attributes to her attention to detail and assertive advocacy. Cat shared, “I practice law to bring honor to my family name and all of my cases are important to me. With every case, I learn something and gain a new understanding of people and the law. For me, cases aren’t so much about the outcome; rather, it’s about the assistance that I can provide to a person who is feeling overwhelmed by the process. I feel the best about the days that my clients tell me that they feel confident about their case-related decisions due to my information and advice.”
Cat also takes pride in her volunteer work. From 2017 to 2019, she mentored high school students at Project Youth Court, Inc. in trial advocacy to assist them in representing their peers for minor infractions.
Due to her strong connection with central Pennsylvania, Cat returned to Metzger Wickersham in 2019 to continue representing injured and disabled clients. She currently resides in Harrisburg with her husband, Phil. In her free time, she enjoys writing fantastical fiction, playing the piano, and trying really hard to keep a vegetable garden alive.