Drew P. Gannon earned his law degree from the Dickinson School of Law, after graduating with Honors from the University of Notre Dame. Since 1994, Drew has been representing clients in workers’ compensation cases from the initial hearing stage through the appeal process, from the Commonwealth Court to the Supreme Court. Prior to joining the firm, he represented insurance companies, but now as one of our workers’ compensation attorneys at our York, Pennsylvania offices, Drew exclusively devotes his time and experience to the more satisfying goal of helping injured workers obtain and keep the benefits they need and deserve.
He is a frequent lecturer at continuing legal education courses for other attorneys, such as the Pennsylvania Bar Institute’s seminar “Tough Problems in Workers’ Compensation” (2015 and 2017) and has spoken at the Pennsylvania Bureau of Workers’ Compensation Annual Meeting. He has successfully litigated two cases before the Pennsylvania Supreme Court: Hostler v. WCAB (Miller Wagman, Inc.), 44 A.3d 26 (Pa. 2012)(ensuring that highest weekly wages were payable to his client) and Duffey v. WCAB (Trola-Dyne, Inc.), No. 4 MAP 2016 (Pa. Jan. 19, 2017)(challenging the validity of an Impairment Rating Evaluation and protecting his client’s rights to ongoing benefits).
Drew focuses his practice on Workers’ Compensation and is certified as a workers’ compensation specialist by the Pennsylvania Bar Association as authorized by the Pennsylvania Supreme Court. Drew was among the top 5 percent of private practice attorneys nationwide to be featured in the 25th edition of “The Best Lawyers in America.”
Drew is a member of the York County Bar Association, the Pennsylvania Bar Association, and the PBA’s Section on Workers’ Compensation Law. Drew was among the top 5 percent of private practice attorneys nationwide to be featured in the 25th edition of “The Best Lawyers in America.”