Dispensing Justice and Righting Social Wrongs
Tom Holland is a trial lawyer focused on the rights of victims. Tom Holland cherishes the opportunity to represent individuals victimized by the neglect of others or discriminated against by employers, and champions the cause of those who are be treated unfairly by the insurance industry. Mr. Holland practices law tenaciously and aggressively, with the same intensity he displayed during many years of competitive athletics, including the 1980 Olympic Trials for Freestyle Wrestling.
Mr. Holland was born in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. He received his Bachelor’s Degree in Business from Moravian College in 1981, and his law degree from the Delaware Law School of Widener University in 1985. While at Delaware Law School, Mr. Holland was a member of the Editorial Board of the Delaware Law Forum. In 2007, Mr. Holland was awarded a Master’s Degree in Trial Advocacy from the prestigious trial advocacy program at the Temple University Beasley School of Law. The trial advocacy program is designed for attorneys who want to hone their skills and emerge on the cutting edge of the litigation field.
Mr. Holland is licensed to practice law in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. He is a member of the Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, New Jersey and American Bar Associations; the Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and American Trial Lawyers Associations; and the National Employment Lawyers’ Association. He has served as a consultant on employment discrimination and workers’ compensation matters for WPVI 6-ABC in Philadelphia.
Christopher J. DelGaizo
Of Counsel to the Firm
Christopher J. DelGaizo, Esquire has practiced civil litigation in the Philadelphia area for nearly ten years. He graduated in 2005 from Penn State University’s Dickinson School of Law. In 2006-2007, while working for a firm, Mr. DelGaizo studied at Temple University’s James E. Beasley’s School of Law and earned a Masters of Law in Trial Advocacy (LLM).
While in the Masters Program, Mr. DelGaizo met Thomas More Holland, Esquire. In the spring of 2007 Mr. DelGaizo began working for Mr. Holland and continued into the summer of 2011. Mr. DelGaizo’s area of practice focused in Workers’ Compensation, personal injury, and employment discrimination. In the summer of 2011 Mr. DelGaizo ventured out to work in Montgomery County, focusing nearly exclusively in motor vehicle accident litigation. In April of 2013, Mr. DelGaizo returned to the Law Offices of Thomas More Holland. Mr. DelGaizo’s practice for The Law Offices of Thomas More Holland focuses in Workers’ Compensation, personal injury, motor vehicle and employment discrimination. Mr. DelGaizo has tried multiple jury trials and has recovered significant money for his clients in settlements, decisions, and verdicts.
Sheila Rosa received her Associates Degree in Paralegal Studies from Community College of Philadelphia in 2011. She currently is pursuing her Bachelor’s Degree at Pierce College in Philadelphia. Ms. Rosa is fluent in Spanish. Ms. Rosa is Tom Holland’s direct support person and is instrumental in welcoming new clients and attending to the progression to trial or settlement of existing clients.
Of Counsel to the Firm
Attorney Kelly Trewella is a lawyer of counsel at The Law Offices of Thomas More Holland where she practices personal injury litigation. She is known for her thoroughness, preparation, attention to detail, and aggressive nature inside and outside the courtroom resulting in her high success rate. She passionately believes in the rights of plaintiffs and has always worked hard to ensure their rights, going up against some of the largest defense firms in Philadelphia.
Kelly enjoys the team approach to representing clients and believes strongly in attorney/client contact. Thomas Holland and the staff at the Law Offices of Thomas More Holland are devoted to the best interests of each and every client and this is an environment in which she will thrive
Kelly graduated from Widener Law School and received her B.A. in criminal justice from the University of Delaware, where she graduated cum laude. She began her career as a law clerk at one of Philadelphia and New Jersey’s top plaintiffs’ personal injury law firms where she learned from top attorneys in the field. In 2014, she began working for a plaintiff’s medical malpractice firm where she expanded her knowledge of medicine and is currently in the process of completing coursework for her “Medical School for Lawyers” certificate. She is thoroughly passionate about her career because it allows her to fulfill her passion in life which is helping others. In her spare time, Kelly is very active in her community where she volunteers her time to help those struggling with mental health issues and drug and alcohol addiction.