F&P Welcomes New Associates During Pandemic

F&P is pleased to announce the addition of five new associates firm-wide in the last eight months. Despite the pandemic causing disruptions to businesses and industries worldwide, F&P has continued to grow and we would like to introduce you to our new attorneys.

Jessica Corace joins the Baltimore liability defense team. She concentrates her practice in construction and general civil litigation. She has extensive litigation experience in toxic tort, personal injury, and breach of contract matters. She brings a well-rounded perspective having represented both plaintiffs and defendants.

Daniel Cornell is the newest member of the Baltimore workers’ compensation practice. Before joining F&P, Dan was a health law attorney with CloudMed, LLC where he appealed claim denials with insurance companies as well as state and federal agencies on behalf of healthcare systems and hospitals in the U.S. and its territories. Prior to his legal career, Dan spent time working for a trucking company based in Pennsylvania and served as a police officer in Virginia.

Ben J. Crawley-Woods, born and raised in the Eastern Panhandle of West Virginia, is the newest member of our Martinsburg office. He focused on liability defense and insurance coverage analysis before pursuing a business venture as a solo practitioner. Ben handled almost 500 cases in his general practice, taking matters to jury trial in state and federal court. His clients’ issues ranged from workers’ compensation and ERISA disputes to criminal indictments. Outside of his law practice, Ben has served as an adjunct professor of political science at Shepherd University.

Colin Grigg comes to F&P from the Baltimore City State’s Attorney’s Office where he litigated more than 80 trials, including over 25 jury trials to verdict. Colin was also a Judicial Law Clerk for the Honorable Althea M. Handy in the Circuit Court for Baltimore City.

Bryce Ziskind rounds out the Baltimore liability team with a focus on the defense of insurance carriers and private individuals. Bryce has defended clients from claims of personal injury, negligence, and breach of contract. Since joining F&P, Bryce represents clients in a variety of matters including cargo loss, catastrophic accident/injury/tort claims, general negligence, and breach of contract.

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