Tim has served as an attorney in the Wilmington, Delaware office since its beginnings in 2007. His goal is to defend cases thoroughly and professionally, yet in the most cost-effective and practical manner possible.
A member of the bar for over 20 years, Tim’s practice focuses entirely on insurance defense, including representing individuals and corporations on behalf of their insurance carriers, as well as self-insureds. Tim also represents insurance companies in actions for coverage and first-party benefits. His practice also includes the defense of claims involving personal and commercial motor vehicle accidents, slip and falls, premises liability, product liability and construction defect claims.
Prior to working for Mintzer Sarowitz Zeris Ledva & Meyers, Tim was an associate in the Litigation Department of Heckler and Frabizzio. Before working for Heckler and Frabizzio, Tim was an associate at Burt and Abrams. During his final year of Law School, Tim received a Wolcott Fellowship, through which he worked as a Law Clerk for the Delaware Supreme Court.
Born and raised in Wilmington Delaware, Tim received a B.A. in psychology from Washington College in Chestertown, MD in 1989. He then received an M.S. in counseling psychology from Virginia Commonwealth University in 1991. After working as a counselor at a group home for the mentally ill, he attended Widener University School of Law, graduating in 1996. While in law school, Tim served on the Delaware Journal of Corporate Law. Tim also co-authored Law & Mental Health Professionals: Delaware (2000), along with Widener University Professor, Ann H. Britton.
When not practicing law, Tim is the saxophone section leader, board member, and former president of the First State Symphonic Band, a community band based in New Castle County, Delaware. In addition to playing music, Tim enjoys movies, reading, American History, and attending theatre.