Joseph M. Hauschildt, Jr.
Joe is a trial lawyer, advocating for the catastrophically injured in a diverse range of matters, including, medical malpractice, birth injury, wrongful death, truck accidents, premises liability, product liability, civil rights, and sexual assault. After working for insurance companies and corporations for several years, Joe decided to make a difference and focus his talents on plaintiffs’ personal injury cases and helping to change the lives of the catastrophically injured for the better. His prior experience provides Strokovsky LLC clients with unique insight into the strategies and tactics of their opponents, enabling them to achieve the largest possible recovery in every case.
Joe’s track record has always demonstrated a commitment to justice, integrity, and zealous client representation. During law school, he was recognized for his pro bono service to the community, while attending school full-time and working multiple internships. Joe’s hard work earned him the position of Articles Editor on his school’s law review board, where he played an integral role in the production of a national publication. Joe graduated cum laude, with multiple honors for his scholastic and clinical performance. After law school, Joe served as a clerk in the Appellate Division of the New Jersey Superior Court for the Honorable William E. Nugent, J.A.D. Thereafter, he became a civil litigator, representing individuals, insurance companies, and major corporations. Joe took great pride in protecting his clients while achieving fair and equitable case resolutions. He has authored several winning briefs in courts of appeal and has successfully litigated countless matters
throughout Pennsylvania and New Jersey.
Joe’s experience has provided him with a valuable understanding of the claims process as a whole, from start to finish. This knowledge allows him to empower his clients to achieve the optimal outcome for their cases. Joe now fights for justice at Strokovsky LLC, where he uses his unique skillset to protect the interests of the catastrophically injured.