Young Moore Welcomes Andrew Webster

Young Moore is pleased to welcome Andrew D. (Andy) Webster to the firm as Of Counsel and a member of the Trucking and Transportation team. He focuses his practice on the defense of businesses in the transportation industry. His services include immediate response and legal support following accidents involving catastrophic losses.

Before joining Young Moore, Andy practiced at civil litigation firms in Pennsylvania and Ohio representing clients in a wide variety of matters in federal and state courts throughout both states. He has experience in all phases of litigation, including managing discovery, participating in alternative dispute resolution, conducting depositions, drafting motions and pleadings and handling trials. He has also litigated matters involving products liability, premises liability and insurance law in various courts.

Andy earned a bachelor’s degree in history and economics with a minor in religious studies from the University of Virginia. He graduated cum laude from Capital University Law School as a member of the Order of the Curia. While in law school, he served as research editor of the Capital University Law Review where he published Evaluating the Modification of Power Plants: A Streamlined Five Question Approach.

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