Attorney Brad Holuta has tremendous respect for our legal system and the fact that every person is entitled to a fair day in court. To be able to advocate for clients within this system is an incredible privilege and any time he has the opportunity to exceed a client’s expectation is gratifying.
Brad will take the time to objectively analyze a case from all angles, not just from where things stand at the present. Determining the strengths and weaknesses of every case from the outset is critical so clients have a realistic expectation of what can be accomplished and what will be involved in the process. Litigation is stressful on every client and addressing issues early on helps alleviate some of that turmoil.
In his work, Brad sees people at their very worst on a daily basis. That is why his primary responsibility, no matter what the case type, is to advocate for a client’s legal interests to the fullest extent possible. He understands that there is a real person behind every case and handling sensitive matters with compassion and genuine concern. Helping people go from a difficult situation at the beginning of a case to being in a much better place by the end is very gratifying. Brad finds peace in always doing the very best with each case he handles.
Attorney Brad Holuta has tremendous respect for our legal system and the fact that every person is entitled to a fair day in court. To be able to advocate for clients within this system is an incredible privilege and any.
United States District Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania
UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURGH SCHOOL OF LAW, Pittsburgh, PA,
Managing Editor, University of Pittsburgh Law Review
Publications: Why a Decedent Should be Treated Better than a Sack of Flour: Shortcomings in Pennsylvania Post-Mortem Rights, 73 U. Pitt. L. Rev. 423
Honors: CALI Excellence for the Future Award for the highest grade in Criminal Procedure & Expert Witness
3-year Dean’s Scholarship; 3 Indiana County Bar Association Scholarships ; Donald Moritz Scholarship
Activities: John P. Gismondi Civil Litigation Certificate Program
Certified Legal Intern, Elder Law Clinic
Semifinalist, 2011 Murray S. Love Moot Court Competition
CLEVELAND STATE UNIVERSITY, Cleveland, OH
B.M., Music Performance,Summa Cum Laude
Honors: University Honors Program/Full-Tuition Honors Program Scholarship;
Music Talent Scholarship
Dean’s List every semester of enrollment; President’s Award
for Academic Excellence
Activities: CSU Symphony Orchestra; CSU Chamber Orchestra; New Music Ensemble;
University Chorus; Volunteer Usher; The Cleveland Orchestra/Severance Hall for the Performing Arts; Elementary School Tutor, “America Reads” Tutoring Program
Author, “Program Notes” for CSU Symphony Orchestra concert programs
SUPINKA & SUPINKA, PC, Indiana PA (2015-2018) – Associate Attorney
Practice focuses on all areas of civil litigation, including commercial, Black Lung claims, personal injury, workers’ compensation and family/custody matters
Civil litigation cases including personal injury, malpractice, commercial
Oversaw the firm’s defense practice in Federal Black Lung claims
Appeared in over 200 hearings including Children & Youth, Unemployment
& Workers’ Compensation
Conducted/defended depositions of Fact/Expert witnesses; oral arguments
UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURGH AT JOHNSTOWN, Johnstown, PA, (2014-Present) – Adjunct Professor – “Legal Aspects of Healthcare”
JOHNSTOWN SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA, Johnstown, PA, 2004-Present, Cellist; Member of Musicians’ Committee
SWENSEN, PERER & KONTOS, Pittsburgh, PA, 2010-2012, Law Clerk – Personal Injury/Medical Malpractice
LAUREL VALLEY GOLF CLUB, Ligonier, PA, 2006-2009
Member, Pennsylvania Bar Association; Bar Associations of Cambria & Indiana Counties
Honorary Life Member, Pennsylvania Parent-Teacher Association
Ruling Elder & Chair of Human Resources Committee, Calvary Presbyterian Church, Indiana, PA
Board of Directors, Indiana County CYS & Indiana County Head Start (Chairman)
Endowment Committee, YMCA of Indiana County, Indiana, PA
Volunteer, Indiana County Salvation Army “Kettle Drive”
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