He grew up admiring his uncle’s sense of dedication, perseverance, and how he became a friend to anyone who crossed his path. After witnessing the meaningful way his uncle helped others in his community, Doug was inspired to do the same.
Being raised by a single mother, Doug “knows some of the daily struggles our clients go through to try and make ends meet.” As a result, he can personally relate to people who are in tough situations and can genuinely empathize with the suffering and issues that clients face. Doug believes it is that perspective that allows him to make caring and consistent communication a priority with each and every client.
Prior to becoming an attorney, Doug received his Juris Doctor degree from Duquesne University School of Law where he served as a member of the Moot Court and Arbitration Team. Originally from Pennsylvania, Doug’s early career included working for the football program at the University of Pittsburgh and for the Philadelphia 79ers under Hall of Famer Harvey Pollack.