Tyson Mott prides himself on his ability to adapt and excel in a wide variety of practice areas and his ability breakdown novel and complex legal issues. Tyson’s litigation experience includes automotive and bicycle accidents, catastrophic personal injury, wrongful death, insurer bad faith, insurance coverage issues, declaratory judgment actions, premises liability, general liability, products liability and defamation and commercial disparagement cases. He has won numerous cases via motion practice and at arbitration and trial. He has also obtained multiple dismissals of extra-contractual/bad faith allegations in the early stages of litigation. In addition to his work representing clients at the trial level, Tyson has written numerous briefs, petitions, and other submissions for the Pennsylvania Supreme Court and Superior Court and argued before the appellate justices. He also has experience overseeing the defense of hundreds of asbestos and other product liability cases throughout the state of Pennsylvania. He possesses a unique ability to aggressively and efficiently handle everything from slip and fall cases to complex defamation and products liability matters at the state and federal levels.
Tyson also has a passion for cycling and bicycle law advocacy and personal experience that uniquely equips him to fight for clients involved in bicycle accidents. He takes great pride in using these skills to develop novel strategies that he believes give him an advantage over the opposition.
After volunteering to assist those still recovering from Hurricane Katrina, Tyson decided to attend law school at Loyola University in New Orleans. While at Loyola, he received high honors in Constitutional Law, was a member of the Public Interest Journal, and served as a mentor in the Student Bar Association’s Mentorship Program. Before joining Goldberg, Miller & Rubin, Tyson worked as a law clerk to the Honorable Abbe F. Fletman in the Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas. He worked in the complex litigation, arbitration appeals, and criminal sections. Before graduating from law school, Tyson interned at the Pennsylvania Office of Attorney General in their Insurance Fraud Section. He spent most of his time assisting in the prosecution of individuals involved in state-wide fraud schemes targeting elderly victims. A Pennsylvania native, Tyson earned his undergraduate degree at Temple University.
Tyson resides in Philadelphia with his wife and two children.