Saxton & Stump Hires Director of Trial Technology

Lancaster County, PA, April 8, 2016 – Saxton & Stump is pleased to welcome C. Andrea Gadd, Pa.C.P. to the firm. Andrea joins Saxton & Stump as the Director of Trial Technology. In this role, she will help the firm maximize the use of innovative technology in the courtroom.

Andrea brings over 28 years of trial technology and litigation paralegal experience to the firm.   She most recently served as the Senior Litigation Paralegal/Trial Technician for Capitol Support Services in Harrisburg, PA, directing and developing the litigation and trial technician department alongside the principals that provide litigation and trial support to law firms throughout Pennsylvania.   She is a member of the Central Pennsylvania Paralegal Association, Keystone Alliance of Paralegal Associations and National Federation of Paralegal Associations.  She is proficient in TrialDirector 6.8 (1802) having taken the Certification course, as well as LexisNexis Sanctions trial presentation software.  Earlier in her career, Andrea received certification as a MH/MR Case Manager and worked with the homeless facing mental health challenges.  She received a B.S. from Lebanon Valley College.

“Trial technology is increasingly becoming important to our clients. Andrea brings substantial experience to our firm, and this will allow us to continue to bring new innovations to how we present evidence in the courtroom,” said James W. Saxton, CEO.

Based in Central Pennsylvania, Saxton & Stump, LLC is a full service health care litigation firm focused on defending doctors, hospitals and nursing homes in medical professional liability claims and providing risk mitigation and safety consulting services to health care professionals.  The firm also provides litigation representation in medical staff matters including credentialing and peer review, licensing and professional board matters and insurance bad faith counseling and litigation.  In addition to a team of lawyers and paralegals, the firm employs physicians, nurses, a psychologist, physician reimbursement specialists, as well as health policy thought leaders.