An Update From Our Firm Regarding COVID-19

Edgar Snyder & Associates Paralegal Recognized for Pro Bono Work


Heather Fink to Receive ACBA Pro Bono Acheivement Award

Heather Fink, a paralegal at the law firm of Edgar Snyder & Associates, has been nominated to receive the Allegheny County Bar Association's 2014 Paralegal Pro Bono Achievement Award. The ACBA Pro Bono Achievement Awards recognize individuals and organizations that have made outstanding contributions to pro bono service in our communities.

Winners will be recognized at the upcoming 17th Annual Fellows Reception on Tuesday, September 16, 2014 at 5:30 p.m. at LeMont restaurant. The award winners will also be honored at the Public Service Committee's annual volunteer recognition event held during Pro Bono Week, October 20-24, 2014.

Edgar Snyder & Associates, a Pittsburgh-based law firm representing injury victims, encourages its employees to volunteer their time to giving back to their communities in many different ways. Other recent projects have included local partnerships with Variety The Children's Charity of Pittsburgh, Bike Pittsburgh, and Animal Friends.

In addition to Fink, six other employees of Edgar Snyder & Associates participated in the ACBA's Pro Bono Program: Attorneys Rob Fisher, Lawrence Gurrera, Justin Joseph, Jeff Kranking, and Christine Zaremski-Young, as well as paralegal Amy Labbett.

Edgar Snyder & Associates is a law firm representing injury victims and people with disabilities, with offices in Altoona, Ebensburg, Erie, Johnstown, and Pittsburgh. To learn more about the firm's community service initiatives, visit