Prior to his own life altering vaccine injury, Chris primarily practiced criminal defense throughout central Pennsylvania.
His client base ranged from individuals facing minor offenses such as driving under the influence to those charged with serious offenses including homicide. In addition to his private clients, Chris served as court-appointed counsel representing incarcerated individuals under Pennsylvania’s Post Conviction Relief Act. He began his career serving as a Deputy District Attorney in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. In 2009, he was recognized as Advocate of the Year for his work on behalf of victims of violent crime.
Chris attended the Temple University Beasley School of Law where he completed clinical internships in the Montgomery County District Attorney’s Office as well as the United States Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania. Prior to law school, he attended Dartmouth College where he played varsity lacrosse.
As a result of his Pfizer vaccination, Chris has been diagnosed with Chronic Inflammatory Demyelinating Polyneuropathy (CIDP), a debilitating and painful neurological disorder. His treatment protocol has included both IVIG infusions as well as plasmapheresis. Despite these interventions, his symptoms continue largely unabated.
Chris lives with his wife of seventeen years and their three children in Lancaster, Pennsylvania.