Personal Injury Attorney Brandon Zanan Joins Ostroff Godshall Injury and Accident Lawyers
BLUE BELL, PA – May 21, 2019 – Personal injury attorney Brandon Zanan has joined Ostroff Godshall Injury and Accident Lawyers, a nationally-recognized firm with offices in Pennsylvania and New Jersey.
Mr. Zanan received his law degree from Widener University School of Law. He is a member of the Pennsylvania and Montgomery Bar Associations and the Pennsylvania Association for Justice, and he has served on the executive board of the Montgomery American Inn of Court. Mr. Zanan is a lifetime Pennsylvania resident and has been practicing law in the state since 2013. He focuses his practice on personal injury litigation involving motor vehicle crashes, premises liability, and other complex legal matters.
Personal Injury Expertise
Mr. Zanan brings a unique set of skills and knowledge to the firm. In addition to his law degree, he has a Master of Science in Forensic Medicine from the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine. Having concentrated his studies in anatomy and pathology, Mr. Zanan is familiar with analyzing medical records and understanding common injuries. His background gives him valuable insight as a personal injury attorney protecting his clients’ legal rights.
In addition, Mr. Zanan is the co-author of several treatises on Pennsylvania law. These important books are relied on by personal injury attorneys and judges across Pennsylvania. Mr. Zanan’s publications include Pennsylvania Damages, a text that guides attorneys in assessing the value of a personal injury case by injury type and venue throughout the entire Commonwealth, and the Pennsylvania Vehicle Code Annotated, a reference that includes all Pennsylvania Vehicle Code statutes and relevant case law analysis.
“Our injury law firm in Blue Bell continues to grow and attract some of the best attorneys in the region,” said Jon Ostroff, founder of Ostroff Godshall Injury and Accident Lawyers. “The caliber of our attorneys is a great advantage to the clients we serve; we are delighted to welcome them.”