Christian J. Hoey

Christian J Hoey, Esquire, is the founding partner at Hoeylegal in Paoli, PA. Mr. Hoey graduated from Temple University in 1990 and from the Widener University School of Law in 1993. After several years with the Chester County District Attorney’s Office as an Assistant Prosecutor, Mr. Hoey spent the next five years litigating medical malpractice and complex personal injury cases throughout the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and federal court for the Eastern/Middle Districts of Pennsylvania. Mr. Hoey limits his practice to the areas of criminal law (state and federal prosecutions) and complex personal injury litigation, medical malpractice claims and construction accident litigation.

Mr. Hoey’s experience in defending those accused of criminal offenses in the state and federal court systems is vast and comprehensive. He is a state certified death penalty trial attorney and has successfully defended death penalty cases in the Chester County Court of Common Pleas. He has represented members of large scale criminal enterprises in federal RICO prosecutions. He often appears in the Chester County Court of Common Pleas (West Chester, PA) on behalf of clients accused of the following crimes: robbery; homicide/murder; sexual assaults; rape; driving under the influence; drug violations; criminal fraud; grand jury proceedings; white collar crimes and criminal appeals. In addition to representing clients in criminal court, Mr. Hoey has collected millions of dollars in settlements and awards for personal injury clients. He maintains a full service personal injury practice with a staff of attorneys, paralegals and investigators that assist in his accident investigations.

The many fine results achieved on behalf of his personal injury clients has made Hoeylegal one of the most widely respected personal injury law firms in Pennsylvania and the West Chester area. Mr. Hoey represents injured clients in the following areas: medical malpractice, construction accidents, automobile accidents, civil rights violations, dram shop/liquor liability/tavern liability actions, slip and fall actions, dog bite cases, and premises liability actions.

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Mr. Hoey devotes one hundred percent of his practice to litigating his clients’ interests in state and federal court.





Christian Hoey in the News

  • Mother Acquitted of Homicide By Carl Hessler Jr. chessler@pottsmerc.com @MontcoCourtNews on Twitter Authorities alleged Williams-Earle was traveling west on Morris Avenue in a red 2010 Toyota Prius when she failed to stop at a stop sign and struck a white Chevrolet Express van operated by Staats, who was traveling southbound on Spring Mill Road and attempting to turn left onto eastbound Morris ...
  • Man Acquitted of Rape a Year After Sentencing Michael P. Rellahan WEST CHESTER — Two years after his arrest on charges he raped a family friend and more than a year after he was convicted and sentenced to a minimum of four years in prison, a jury acquitted a Riley Park man on all charges Friday. The jury of seven woman and five men deliberated ...
  • Trooper Acquitted in Federal Court  By Jeremy Roebuck, Inquirer Staff Writer A Pennsylvania state trooper accused of stomping a handcuffed man in the head during a botched 2009 drug raid was acquitted Monday of a federal civil rights violation charge. Cheers and applause erupted in the courtroom from more than two dozen of Kelly Cruz’s law enforcement colleagues as the jury delivered ...
  • Hoey Hammers Witness During Kaboni Savage Trial PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER JOHN P MARTIN A defense lawyer at the murder and conspiracy trial of drug kingpin Kaboni Savage hammered away Thursday at a key prosecution witness, trying to get the man to concede that others might have been behind the October 2004 firebombing that killed his mother, son, and four relatives. The witness, Eugene “Twin” Coleman, ...