About SPK- the law firm of Swensen & Perer

ALL OUR SKILLS AND EFFORT ARE AIMED AT WINNING YOUR CASE

SPK – the law firm of Swensen & Perer is a team of Pittsburgh personal injury attorneys who concentrate on obtaining the largest verdicts, settlements and recoveries in wrongful death, product liability, medical malpractice, pharmaceutical injury, car and truck accident cases. Because the lawyers of SPK are always prepared and ready for litigation, higher money settlements have become more likely. For over 35 years, the lawyers of SPK have been protecting the rights of the seriously injured to recover the optimal money awards allowed by the law. Alan Perer, Diane Perer, CJ Engel, Jennifer Webster and Joshua Sickles offer impressive credentials and qualifications to clients who have suffered serious injury.

REFER YOUR WRONGFUL DEATH, MEDICAL MALPRACTICE AND SERIOUS INJURY CASES

Refer your clients to SPK – the law firm of Swensen & Perer They will be in good hands.
We have a record of many multi-million dollar recoveries. And we’ve won many victories in Pennsylvania and U.S courts. SPK offers you expert litigation. Vigorous case negotiation. And we are effective in extracting maximum settlements, conducting jury trials and appeals court argument. We have been top rated. Year after year. We know the law. We know how to win..
And, of course, we can offer generous referal fees.

Over the years, SPK Lawyers have won recognition for outstanding achievements in the courtroom and for legal scholarship. These include Pennsylvania Top Lawyers, Super Lawyers, Rising Stars, Best Law Firm, Top PA Women Lawyers, Best Lawyers in America and a Martindale rating of AV Preeminent. Alan Perer is an member of the Academy of Trial Lawyers of Allegheny County, and Chapter President of the INBLF. Alan and Diane Perer have been named Distinguished Alumni of the University of Pittsburgh School of Law. Several SPK lawyers finished at the top of their law school classes. Diane Perer is the former Chairman of the Pennsylvania Supreme Court’s Civil Procedural Rules Committee.