Attorney William Mansour spent an hour with U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice Sonia Sotomayor.
The rest is history…
William Mansour (Bill), top attorney at Kitay Law Offices spent a summer working in Washington, D.C. as an intern for The Constitution Project. The goal of The Constitution Project is to bring both sides of the political divide together regarding our constitutional rights and liberties. The Constitution Project is now part of The Project On Government Oversight (POGO). POGO is a nonpartisan independent watchdog. They investigate and expose waste, corruption, and abuse of power. Above all, POGO strives to be fair in all of their investigating and reporting. Bill found this work to be fascinating.
A Life Changing Meeting with Sonia Sotomayor
During his time in D.C., Bill met the first Hispanic and the third woman to serve as a U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice; Sonia Sotomayor. Justice Sotomayor was born in the Bronx on June 25, 1954 to Juan Sotomayor and Celina Baez, both native Puerto Ricans. This chance meeting with Justice Sotomayor and internship with The Constitution Project was life changing. His exposure to the political climate in D.C. and experience with the interaction between the law and public policy really impacted Bill. As such, it propelled Bill to attend Temple University Law School and, ultimately, to become an attorney in Allentown, PA.
Bill Mansour Joins Kitay Law Offices
Bill joined the team at Kitay Law Offices in 2018. He focuses his practice on personal injury and employment law matters, which ranges from car accidents and slip-and-falls to discrimination, sexual harassment, unpaid wages and unpaid overtime. He is located primarily in the firm’s Allentown office, but represents clients from all across eastern and central PA.
Among Bill’s achievements at Kitay Law Offices is the settlement of a personal injury case for $100,000. A delivery truck driver failed to see our client as she was walking across the street. Therefore, the driver forcefully struck our client, with the impact catapulting her about ten feet away from the truck. As a result, she suffered multiple injuries, including a herniated disc in her back. This lead to months of physical therapy and shots in her back to help ease the agonizing pain. This pain will never go away completely.
Most recently, Bill won another $100,000 settlement for a motor vehicle accident. Our client was driving across the Tilghman Street Bridge in Allentown, PA when he was hit from behind by another driver. The sudden trauma caused by the jolt of the crash caused a disc in our client’s lower back to herniate. After several months of chiropractic care with no relief, the pain from his back began to travel down his legs. With no other option, our client underwent surgery. The surgery did give him some relief, but the pain suffered as a result of the accident will never be completely gone. In conclusion, our client will always have pain and will always need medical care. But with the help of Attorney Bill Mansour, at least he’ll have justice.
Contact Attorney Mansour at Kitay Law Offices in Allentown, PA.