It is a truth universally recognized that no matter where she shows up, Holly Deihl is fully equipped to do battle. When Holly takes on a case, her clients reap the benefit of her considerable knowledge, experience, and intense personal investment. She is thorough in investigating her clients’ cases and creative in her development of strategies carefully designed to achieve the best possible result.
Prior to founding Kapusta Deihl & Schweers, Holly L. Deihl was a shareholder at a large plaintiff’s firm where she co-managed the firm’s asbestos docket for Western Pennsylvania. For well over a decade, she has represented those suffering from mesothelioma, lung cancer, and other asbestos-related diseases.
Holly also has extensive experience in estate law and probate matters. She works closely with victims and their families, preferring to meet with them in their homes for in-person consultations. Holly strives to provide each client with personalized attention and individual justice.
Born and raised in a small town outside of Johnstown, Pennsylvania, Holly was instilled at a young age with a strong work ethic, a sense of loyalty, devotion, and undying commitment to the compelling causes she undertakes. Both of Holly’s grandfathers were steelworkers at Bethlehem Steel in Johnstown and suffered from asbestos-related diseases. This deep connection to the devastation that asbestos exposure can cause families fuels Holly’s desire to fight for her clients. Her goal is to provide guidance and support for her clients during some of the most difficult times of their lives.
Holly L. Deihl received her undergraduate degree from Pennsylvania State University, Altoona College in 2001 and her juris doctor degree from Duquesne University School of Law in 2004. She is admitted to practice law in both Pennsylvania and West Virginia.
Outside of the courtroom, Holly likes to be active and spend time with her family. A former college athlete, Holly has a strong love for sports, is an avid runner and can often be found at the nearest baseball field, soccer field or basketball court cheering for her sons.