William F. Rogel, Esq.
- phone: 412.802.6666
William (Bill) Rogel is a partner with the Pittsburgh law firm Flaherty Fardo, LLC.
In May 2012, Attorney Rogel was acknowledged by SuperLawyers as a Rising Star. In June 2013, he was acknowledged by the Pittsburgh Magazine as one of the Top Lawyers in Pittsburgh.
Mr. Rogel practices primarily in personal injury and business litigation.
He has significant experience at the appellate courts including appearing before the Commonwealth Court, The Pennsylvania Superior Court and The Pennsylvania Supreme Court.
Mr. Rogel is a 2003 graduate of Yale University, where he received a Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) in political science. While at Yale, he wrote for several campus publications and he was elected president of the Yale Political Union, Yale’s largest student organization and the oldest and most prestigious forum for political discourse anywhere in the country, and whose alumni include Current Secretary of State John Kerry and William F. Buckley.
In 2006, Attorney Rogel was awarded his Juris Doctor (J.D.) degree, cum laude, from Quinnipiac University School of Law in Hamden, Connecticut. He was a member of the Quinnipiac Probate Law Journal, and he competed in multiple interscholastic trial advocacy competitions as a member of the Mock Trial Honor Society. While in Law School, Mr. Rogel worked as a law clerk at an eight-member law firm in Connecticut. He also served as an intern with the United States Attorney’s Office in New Haven, Connecticut.
Attorney William F. Rogel is admitted to practice in Pennsylvania and Connecticut. He is a member of the Allegheny County Bar Association and the Connecticut Bar Association. Presently, he is involved with a variety of commercial, business and personal injury litigation.
Mr. Rogel has lived in Plum, in Pittsburgh’s eastern suburbs, since 1993. He attended The Kiski School, in Saltsburg, Pennsylvania. He is a proud Pittsburgher and an avid sports fan. His personal interests include softball, deck hockey team, and golf. His also dabbles in politics, history, and philosophy, is a member of the Yale Club of Pittsburgh, and enjoys spending time with his family, especially his young nephew and niece.