Zachariah Sigda is an associate in the Subrogation Department who focuses on representing clients in commercial and residential property damage cases involving fires, water losses and product liability throughout the United States. Zachariah takes a comprehensive analytical approach to each case, ensuring that he obtains the best results for clients.
Zachariah participated in Drexel’s nationally ranked trial team while in law school. He also served as a Dean’s Scholar for Constitutional Law in the fall of 2019.
During law school, Zachariah honed his courtroom, investigation and analytical skills through internships with the Pennsylvania Innocence Project, the Camden Federal Defenders and the Philadelphia Defenders Association. After graduation, Zachariah worked for the Lancaster County Public Defenders where he represented numerous indigent clients facing a range of criminal charges. Zachariah’s time working in the public sector provided him with countless hours of courtroom experience, as well as the opportunity to litigate multiple jury trials to verdict.
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B.A. English and International Affairs, Lafayette College (2013)
J.D. The Drexel Thomas R. Kline School of Law (2020)