Dispensing Justice and Righting Social Wrongs
THOMAS MORE HOLLAND, ESQUIRE
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. He champions the cause of those who are treated unfairly by the insurance industry. Tom 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.
Tom was born in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. He received his Bachelors’ 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 Masters’ 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.
Tom 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 also served as a consultant on employment discrimination and workers’ compensation matters for WPVI 6-ABC in Philadelphia.
KELLY A. TREWELLA, ESQUIRE
Of Counsel to the Firm
Attorney Kelly Trewella is a lawyer of counsel at The Law Offices of Thomas More Holland where she focuses her practice on personal injury litigation and employment discrimination. She is known for her thoroughness, preparation, attention to detail, and aggressive nature.
Kelly has been a plaintiff’s personal injury lawyer since she began practicing law in 2007. After partnering with Tom Holland, Kelly expanded her practice to include employment discrimination. Kelly will work hard to ensure you are compensated not only for any wage loss but also for the pain, suffering, and emotional distress that coincides with being the victim of discrimination.
Kelly believes strongly in attorney / client communication and is available 7 days a week and often into the late evening hours. All too often, clients find it difficult to actually speak to their own attorney. Kelly is always available—accidents and discrimination do not only occur during business hours.
Kelly graduated cum laude from the University of Delaware in 2003 with a Bachelors’ Degree in Criminal Justice and a minor in Psychology; she is also a member of Phi Beta Kappa. From a young age, Kelly knew she wanted to be a lawyer. Kelly went straight to law school after college. She graduated Widener Law School in 2007 with her Juris Doctorate. Kelly began her career as a law clerk at one of Philadelphia and New Jersey’s established personal injury law firms. Throughout her career, Kelly has also practiced in the fields of medical malpractice, contract litigation, criminal law, and divorce.
Kelly’s passion in life is helping other. Her concentration on personal injury law and employment discrimination enable her to fulfill her passion. Kelly is also active in her community where she volunteers her time to help those struggling with drug and alcohol addiction.