In 1977, the firm was formed, representing injured workers as well as a major transportation labor union. Over time, the name and the membership of the firm has evolved, but the focus is still upon representing the "little guy" against the well-funded corporations and insurance companies. Hofmann & Schweitzer exclusively represents the interests of victims of serious accidents, and is not beholden to any corporation or insurance company. Thus, it is able to completely focus on representing those who have been seriously injured.
Paul T. Hofmann, Esq. has more than 29 years of seasoned trial litigation experience, and has been a driving force in developing new and better ways to successfully represent the interests of his clients. Mr. Hofmann and his firm has handled many major lawsuits to successful conclusion, including numerous million dollar verdicts and settlements. (See Verdicts-Settlements-News).
Tim Schweitzer has over a decade legal experience added to his more than a decade of hands-on experience in the construction industry, doing excavation, pile driving, form work, dock building and other heavy construction labor. As hard-working as he was on the job-site he is now in the courtroom. Tim also is an officer in the Admiralty Law Section of the American Association for Justice (AAJ), one of the preeminent organizations fighting for victims' rights and educating specialists who practice maritime law.
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