For Immediate Release
December 13, 2019
Contact: Joanne L. Jesiolowski, Marketing Coordinator
Harrisburg, PA – Metzger Wickersham Knauss & Erb, PC is pleased to announce the firm has promoted Andrea M. Cohick and Zachary D. Campbell to the position of shareholder, effective January 1, 2020.
Ms. Cohick joined the firm in 2010 as an associate attorney. She focuses her practice in plaintiff personal injury and plaintiff workers compensation cases. Ms. Cohick values helping injury victims get the legal representation they need to restore their physical, emotional, and financial well-being. A competent and aggressive attorney, she always keeps her clients a top priority. She received her bachelor’s degree from Bloomsburg University and her law degree from Widener University Commonwealth Law School.
Mr. Campbell joined the firm in 2011 as an associate attorney. He focuses his practice in plaintiff personal injury and litigation. Mr. Campbell’s work style is thorough and communicative. He uses his years of experience to successfully and smoothly guide his injured clients through their lawsuits from start to finish. Mr. Campbell’s goal is to make sure his clients not only have trusted legal counsel, but also a shoulder to lean on in their time of need. He received his bachelor’s degree from Millersville University and his law degree from Widener University Commonwealth Law School.
“We are delighted to welcome these two outstanding attorneys into our firm’s ownership and elevate them to shareholders,” said Edward E. Knauss IV, President of the firm. “Andrea and Zachary have proven their commitment to our firm, clients and community. We are certain in their new roles they will strengthen our law firm and enrich our ability to serve our clients.”
Founded in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania in 1888, Metzger Wickersham has protected the rights of injured individuals for over a century and recovered millions for clients in the process. Aside from the main office, Metzger Wickersham maintains offices in Lancaster, Pottsville, Shippensburg, Wilkes-Barre and York, Pennsylvania.