Beth was born and raised in Western Pennsylvania, where she still lives with her husband Tony Sinatra. Beth learned the value of hard work from her grandfathers – one a coal miner, the other a union steelworker. Her father was an Army veteran who was the first in the family to graduate from college. For her family, nothing was ever given, everything was earned.
As the middle child of six, Beth understands how important it is for everyone’s voice to be heard and to strive for fairness. After graduating from Quaker Valley High school, Beth attended the University of Pittsburgh on a women’s basketball scholarship, captaining the team her senior year. Beth attended Duquesne Law school at night while working in the day, and raising her two sons Ted and Ben as a single mother.
Over the years Beth has represented people in claims arising out of motor vehicle accidents, products liability, medical malpractice, legal malpractice, nursing home malpractice, slip and fall accidents, criminal matters, condemnations, contracts, construction, oil and gas rights, and mineral (coal) rights. She has represented people in bad faith insurance claims, trust litigation, environmental claims, conversion of intellectual property claims, real estate developer’s issues and litigation, aviation accidents, rail road accidents, toxic exposure to mercury, property boundary disputes, fraud and unfair trade practices claims. In the past few years Beth has focused on disputes involving real estate and transactional legal matters that require a litigator. Beth has defended many clients in contract and construction disputes.
Beth has argued appeals before the Superior Court and Supreme Court of Pennsylvania. Beth has the experience, temperament and sense of justice necessary for a Superior Court Judge.