Atty. Bigda strives to exceed his clients’ expectations. Throughout the years, he has solved countless problems, valued the business of those he defended and treated his clients’ problems as if they were his own.
Within 18 years of practicing, he has gained complete understanding for the needs of his clients. He works to the best of his legal ability as well as practice professional ethics. Mr. Bigda provides his clients the answers and compensation they deserve. Through compassion, he understands his client’s problem and through determination he secures the answer.
Andrew D. Bigda received his Bachelors Degree from St. Lawrence University and his J.D. from the Columbus School of Law of The Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C. in 1994. After passing the Pennsylvania and Maryland bar exams, he began his career as an Assistant District Attorney in the Luzerne County District Attorney’s Office. As an Assistant District Attorney, Mr. Bigda tried many significant and high profile cases. In 2000, after nearly 5 years in that office, Mr. Bigda joined the Wilkes-Barre law firm, Rosenn, Jenkins & Greenwald, LLP. In 2005, he became a partner.
After 18 years of practicing, he primarily focuses on plaintiff’s personal injury cases, criminal defense cases, and commercial litigation cases. With over 65 jury trials, he has obtained the kind of extensive experience few attorneys ever gain in protecting people’s rights and obtaining awards and settlements.
Andrew D. Bigda’s Law Office is located on Rutter Avenue in Kingston, Pennsylvania. As an active member in his community, Andrew D. Bigda is a member of the Pennsylvania Bar Association, as well as, the Luzerne County Bar Association where he had held the position of President in the Young Lawyers Division. Mr. Bigda is also a member and advocate for the American Association for Justice (AAJ). He values his community and seeks to keep it a safe place to live and work. As a member of the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers (NACDL), Mr. Bigda exemplifies integrity, ensures justice and properly administers criminal justice.