Steven F. Stanaszak
Mr. Stanaszak focuses on trial court litigation of catastrophic injury, disfigurement and wrongful death claims as well as the defense of employment-related claims against employers. His practice also involves assisting clients by coordinating emergency response accident investigation, reconstruction and evidence preservation and engaging in comprehensive pre-suit claim analysis and valuation for catastrophic injury claims.
Steven F. Stanaszak is a partner who focuses on catastrophic injury defense and the defense of employment-related claims including assisting employers with some of their most difficult staffing issues including sexual harassment, wrongful discharge and racial discrimination. His transportation practice also includes assisting motor carriers in defense of cargo liability claims, including damaged cargo, personal injury, and collection of freight charges.
Although Mr. Stanaszak focuses his practice on personal injury defense and employment law, he has a wide range of experience as a trial lawyer handling matters involving medical negligence, nursing home abuse, construction defects, as well as toxic tort (asbestos and silica) claims. Regardless of the type of claim, Mr. Stanaszak focuses on assisting clients with intelligently resolving their disputes both before and after a lawsuit is filed.
- Law Alert: PPP Loan Forgiveness Application and Instructions ReleasedSBA and Treasury released the Paycheck Protection Program loan forgiveness application and instructions, which can be found here.
- Scopelitis in the News: Steven F. Stanaszak & Andrew R. Brehm, The Effective Rapid Response to an Accident: Relationships Matter, THE TRANSPORTATION LAWYER, July 2019.Scopelitis Partner Steve Stanaszak and Attorney Andy Brehem on the relationship between a motor carrier, the motor carrier’s counsel, and the local authorities who must lead the investigation of a catastrophic accident in the feature article of the July 2019 Transportation Lawyer.
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