Amy focuses her practice on personal injury litigation, representing injured victims in various matters including:
- Motor Vehicle Accidents
- Trucking Accidents
- Premises Liability Cases
- Dog Bite Incidents Cases
- Playground Accidents
Amy has tried cases to verdict in Pennsylvania's Civil and Criminal Courts and recently obtained one of the largest jury verdicts to be awarded by a Bucks County jury in many years.
Amy has also been retained as a neutral Arbitrator and Mediator, selected by both Plaintiff and Defense counsel, to help find amicable resolutions for ongoing litigation.
Amy also speaks fluent Russian and performs a wide range of litigation related activities in her position at Hoffman, Sternberg & Karpf, LLC.
Before Hoffman, Sternberg & Karpf, LLC
Amy graduated from Temple University in 1996. She then attended California Western School of Law in San Diego, California and graduated in 2000. While at CWSL, she won numerous honors including two American Jurisprudence Awards - one for Trial Advocacy and one for Mediation. She also had the honor of being chosen as the commencement speaker of her graduating class. After completing her second year in law school, Amy traveled abroad to study International Business and Humanitarian Law in Paris and Geneva.
Before joining Hoffman, Sternberg & Karpf, LLC, Amy worked for four years at the Defender Association of Philadelphia obtaining extensive trial experience representing adult and juvenile clients charged with misdemeanor and felony offenses. Shortly thereafter, Amy served as in-house counsel for a major insurance company where she gained a great deal of experience in defending personal injury claims.