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PBI Press Publishes Schmidt Kramer Injury Lawyer Scott Cooper’s Book On Civil Depositions

Posted on Feb 05, 2013

PBI Press Publishes Schmidt Kramer Injury Lawyer Scott Cooper’s Book On Civil Depositions: A to Z of Civil Depositions

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Mr. Cooper is a partner in the firm of Schmidt Kramer in Harrisburg, where he specializes in personal injury law with an emphasis on motor vehicle accident and insurance cases. An active member of the Pennsylvania Association for Justice (PAJ), Mr. Cooper serves as its 2012–2013 president. He is also chair of its Legislative Policy Committee and serves on both the Executive Committee and Board of Governors. In both 2011 and 2012, Mr. Cooper was named by Pennsylvania Super Lawyers as one of the top 100 lawyers in the state. In 2008, Mr. Cooper was honored by PAJ and was awarded its prestigious Milton D. Rosenberg Award for leadership and efforts for victims’ rights. In 2005, Mr. Cooper received the association’s prestigious George F. Douglas Amicus Curiae Award for outstanding appellate advocacy. In addition, Mr. Cooper was selected as a Pennsylvania Super Lawyer in 2006 and 2011 and a Pennsylvania Super Lawyer Rising Star in 2005.

He was also voted “Reader’s Choice Attorney” by Harrisburg magazine. Mr. Cooper was a contributing editor for the second and third editions of the leading treatise on the Pennsylvania Motor Vehicle Financial Responsibility Law, Pennsylvania Motor Vehicle Insurance: An Analysis of the Financial Responsibility Law.

He has been involved in and argued many significant appellate cases, including Rupert v. Liberty Mutual, Prudential v. Colbert, Mullin v. Commonwealth, Richmond v. Prudential, L.S. v. Eschbach, Ricks v. Nationwide, Wirth v. Aetna, Nott v. Aetna, Blood v. Old Guard, Sackett v. Nationwide, Everhart v. PMA, State Farm v. Rosenthal, Craley v. State Farm, Erie v. Baker, Orsag v. Farmers, Generette v. Donegal, GEICO v. Ayers, Heller v. League of Cities, Smith v. Rohrbaugh.

Mr. Cooper is a member of the American Association for Justice (AAJ) and the Pennsylvania and Dauphin County Bar Associations. He received his J.D. from Widener University School of Law (1993) and his B.A. from the University at Albany (1990).