Andrew Alston is an attorney at Hoffman, Sternberg, Karpf & Lynch. He focuses his practice on personal injury litigation where he represents injured victims. He is an experienced trial attorney with significant courtroom experience and a track record of trial successes. Andrew has a reputation for compassionate, effective, and honorable advocacy. He enjoys advocating for the underdog, and he carries that into his personal injury practice.
Andrew focuses his practice on personal injury litigation, representing injured victims in various matters including:
- Motor Vehicle, Motorcycle, & Trucking Accidents
- Premises Liability Accidents
- Construction Accidents
- Negligent Security Injuries
- Dog Bite Incidents
- Crime Victim Representation
- Wrongful Death
In addition, Andrew handles other legal matters including:
- Criminal Defense
- Civil Rights Violations
Before Hoffman, Sternberg, Karpf & Lynch, LLC
Andrew is an Honors graduate of Gwynedd Mercy University with his Bachelor of Science in Biology with a minor in Chemistry. After taking his Emergency Medical Technician training at Jefferson University Hospital, he was licensed and served in that role.
Andrew is a graduate of Temple University, Beasley School of Law. At Temple Law School, Andrew graduated with Dean’s Honor List recognition and numerous Trial Advocacy and trial performance awards. During law school, Andrew had the privilege to serve in an intern and extern clerkship in the Eastern District of Pennsylvania for Federal District Court Judge Juan Sanchez as well as Federal Magistrate Judge Timothy Rice.
From Temple Law and separately from the Pennsylvania Bar Association, Andrew received awards for his public interest law service.
After law school, Andrew practiced law at one of the largest criminal defense organizations in Philadelphia where he represented hundreds of clients as lead counsel through all stages of hearings and trials—both bench and jury.
To continue to refine his courtroom skills, Andrew completed an LL.M. in Trial Advocacy at Temple University, Beasley School of Law. During the LL.M. Program, Andrew received the Faculty Award for Outstanding Achievement in Courtroom Presentation and Performance.
Beyond Hoffman, Sternberg, Karpf & Lynch, LLC
Andrew volunteers his time to speak at continuing legal education and training programs, and he assists pro bono service projects. Outside of the law and the courtroom, Andrew enjoys hiking, biking, and spending time outdoors.