Redefining Automotive Law
When lawyers think of automotive law, they think of car accidents, torts and personal injury. When Bryan W. Shook thinks of automotive law he thinks of classic car auctions, title problems, sports cars, muscle cars, vintage trucks, fraud, misrepresentation, vehicle recovery (replevin), rebodied vehicles, VIN issues and restoration disputes. There is a misconception that automotive law is defined solely as car accidents and injuries (torts). History supports this misconception, for example in one legal treatise on the subject (The Law of Automobiles - Pennsylvania), published in 1929, 732 pages were devoted to automobiles and torts while only 125 pages to the remainder issues facing car owners. It is these remainder issues that Attorney Shook emphasizes in his practice and what sets him apart as he "redefines automotive law".
Bryan W. Shook, Esquire is the principal of Vintage Car Law
Selected for inclusion in Super Lawyers®–Rising Stars Edition 2013, 2014 & 2015
Named one of Top Lawyers in Pennsylvania — The Legal Network, July 2014
One of only 100 Pennsylvania Attorneys invited to become a Lifetime Charter Member of Best Attorneys of America, May 2015
Named to the Susquehanna Valley Select Lawyers™ by Susquehanna Style, December 2015
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Bryan W. Shook, Esquire
Vintage Car Law
P.O. Box 432
Summerdale, Pennsylvania 17093 USA
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