Rebecca Bailey finds great reward in advocating for injured clients throughout Pennsylvania, providing comprehensive and effective counsel to people who have been hurt as a result of someone else’s negligence. At the firm, she represents injured workers in workers’ compensation claims and handles a broad range of personal injury cases, including car and truck accidents, premises liability and dog bite incidents.
As an attorney at Metzger Wickersham, Rebecca has strong roots with the firm. She first joined Metzger Wickersham in 2007 as a workers’ compensation paralegal. In 2010, she was the recipient of the Central Pennsylvania Paralegal Association’s Outstanding Paralegal of the Year Award, in recognition of her commitment to the legal profession, quality work product, noteworthy paralegal skills, and civic involvement.
Rebecca then went on to attend law school from 2011-2015. While in law school, Rebecca was a Student Mentor, a Public Interest Initiative Member, Woman’s Law Caucus Member, and garnered many academic achievements. She maintained her full-time paralegal position at Metzger Wickersham throughout law school, until she took on her role as an attorney shortly after earning her Juris Doctor. Rebecca’s extensive legal background and prior hands-on experience gives her an edge when it comes to handling workers’ compensation and other accident claims.
Rebecca was recently recognized for her excellent work in Pennsylvania personal injury law by being selected as a 2019 Super Lawyers Rising Star. The Super Lawyers list is highly selective and is only awarded to attorneys who show outstanding skill and promise in their respective legal areas.
Rebecca enjoys dedicating her time to provide legal services for those in need. She regularly volunteers for the Dauphin County Bar Association’s Pro Bono programs including Wills for Heroes, Homeless Outreach Project, Homeless Veterans Stand Down, and the Bethesda Mission Legal Clinic.