William F. Rogel, Esq.
Attorney Bill Rogel is a partner with the Pittsburgh law firm Flaherty Fardo.
He has been selected four years in a row (2012, 2013, 2014 and 2015), by Pennsylvania Super Lawyers as a Rising Star. He has also been acknowledged by the Pittsburgh Magazine as one of the Top Lawyers in Pittsburgh.
Mr. Rogel practices primarily in personal injury, medical malpractice, business and real estate litigation.
He has significant experience at the appellate courts including arguments before the Commonwealth Court, The Pennsylvania Superior Court, The Pennsylvania Supreme Court, and The Federal Third Circuit Court of Appeals.
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.
He has significant trial experience in a broad range of civil litigation cases, and is generally regarded as one of the smartest lawyers we know.
For a free consultation, please feel free to contact Attorney Rogel at the information below.
office number: 412.802.6666
direct dial: 412.802.8479
Born, Pittsburgh, PA
Yale University, B.A. 2003
Quinnipiac School of Law, J.D. 2006
Pennsylvania State Courts
United States District Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania
Pennsylvania 3rd Circuit Court of Appeals
Areas of Practice:
Serious Personal Injuries & Accidents
Motor Vehicle Accidents
General Business Counsel and Advice
Commercial and Business Litigation
Product Liability Law
Honors, Awards, Recognition:
Pennsylvania Super Lawyer Rising Star 2015
Pennsylvania Super Lawyer Rising Star 2014
Pennsylvania Super Lawyer Rising Star 2013
Pennsylvania Super Lawyer Rising Star 2012
Pittsburgh Magazine 2013 Top Lawyer
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, golf and playing semi-pro football. He 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 nephews and nieces.