Edward E. Knauss, IV is a highly respected and trusted personal injury
lawyer in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. With
nearly 45 years of experience under his belt, Mr. Knauss boasts a proven reputation. He has the expertise and skill
to handle even the most complex injury cases for clients throughout Pennsylvania.
Mr. Knauss joined the firm in 1974 and began practicing law with his father,
Edward E. Knauss, III, who was also an attorney at
Metzger Wickersham. Over the years, Mr. Knauss has honed his trial skills and gained extensive
legal experience, both in and out of the courtroom.
Mr. Knauss focuses his practice on
personal injury and
workers’ compensation cases. Because of his vast knowledge and expertise, he has earned certification
as a specialist in both of these fields.
Board Certified Civil in Personal Injury & Workers' Compensation
Mr. Knauss has been
board-certified as a civil trial specialist by the National Board of Trial Advocacy (NTBA) for 25 years. NTBA is the
accrediting agency approved by the Pennsylvania Supreme Court. This certification
is reserved for attorneys who have demonstrated high standards of competence,
experience and integrity in civil trial work.
Mr. Knauss is also
certified as a specialist in the practice of workers’ compensation law by the Pennsylvania Bar Association’s Section on Workers’
Compensation Law as authorized by the Pennsylvania Supreme Court.
Only a handful of attorneys in the entire state of Pennsylvania are certified
in both civil trial law and workers’ compensation, making him uniquely
qualified to represent injured clients.
Honors & Awards
He is a member of the
Million Dollar Advocates Forum, an organization in which membership is limited to trial lawyers who have
demonstrated exceptional skill and excellence by achieving a trial verdict,
award or settlement in the amount of one million dollars or more.
Mr. Knauss was born and raised in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, where he resides
with his wife, Debbie. In his free time he stays active and enjoys hiking,
jogging, swimming and cross-country skiing. He also cherishes time spent
with this family, especially his three lively grandsons. Mr. Knauss is
most commonly called by his nickname, “Ted.”