Richard Low has been in practice since 1980, concentrating on personal injury claims. He first worked for a large defense firm in Pittsburgh. In 1983, he moved his practice to Lancaster and has been representing injured people against the insurance industry since that time. He has tried cases in both Federal and state courts and has argued before the appellate courts of Pennsylvania and the Third Circuit Court of Appeals.
Richard Low graduated cum laude from the University of Pittsburgh School of Law in 1980, where he was a member of the Order of the Coif (an honorary society) and the Law Review. He is a member of the American Bar Association, the Pennsylvania Bar Association, the Lancaster Bar Association, Pennsylvania Association for Justice, and the American Association for Justice. He is a member of the Litigation section of the ABA, the litigation and auto law sections of the PBA, a delegate to the Pennsylvania Bar Association House of Delegates, and is a member and past chair of the Lancaster Bar Association Committee on Alternative Dispute Resolution. He has taught at Penn State University as an adjunct professor in their paralegal program, teaching civil procedure, and has authored articles for the Pennsylvania Law Weekly and taught seminars for other lawyers on issues of automobile law. He is admitted to practice before all courts of Pennsylvania, the Federal District Courts for the Western and Eastern District of Pennsylvania and the Third Circuit Court of Appeals.
Mr. Low has been mediating cases since 1997 and has been trained by the Lancaster Bar Association Dispute Resolution Program, the ABA national mediation training and most recently was accepted in to and participated in the Advanced Mediation Course at Pepperdine University. He is affiliated with ADR Options in Philadelphia and is qualified to participate in the Lancaster Bar Association Alternative Dispute Resolution program. He is also available to mediate all civil disputes, excepting family law matters, through private engagement.