Brian P. Strong, a native of York County, is one of our personal injury and wrongful death lawyers. A graduate of the Mount Saint Mary’s University in 1990 and the University of Baltimore School of Law in 1994, Brian is an active member of the Pennsylvania, Maryland and York County Bar Associations and is admitted to practice in Pennsylvania, Maryland, the Federal Eastern and Middle Districts of Pennsylvania and before the Supreme Court of the United States.
Brian began his legal career by serving a Judicial Clerkship for the Honorable Michael J. Brillhart in York County. Upon completing his clerkship, Brian joined the York County District Attorney’s office where he prosecuted hundreds of cases ranging from misdemeanors to felonies and tried numerous jury trials. After his tenure as a prosecutor, Brian began his career as a civil litigator representing his clients on a variety of issues. Brian has been a member of KBG since 2002 and since that time has focused exclusively on cases involving personal injury and wrongful death. He has represented hundreds of clients through difficult times and has handled numerous jury trials and arbitrations, successfully achieving large verdicts for his clients. Brian is a member of the Million Dollar Advocates and has been named a Rising Star and a Super Lawyer by his peers. Brian is a highly respected Attorney who often gives seminars in this area to fellow Attorneys and Judges. Brian represents clients throughout Central PA and Maryland.
Brian has actively supported many of our community organizations. He is the former President of the York Little League. He has been a Scout Leader, Baseball Coach, Basketball Coach, and has served or is serving on the Boards of The York County Farm and Natural Land Trust, Downtown, Inc. and The YMCA of York and York County. Brian also serves on the board of the York County Bar Association and served as its President in 2019. Brian is also an avid runner, hiker and kayaker having completed numerous marathons and several hundred miles on the Appalachian Trail. He is an avid supporter of Susquehanna Service Dogs and the health of the Chesapeake Bay. He recently celebrated his 25th wedding anniversary and has a son and daughter.