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Our Team Matthew R. Hindley

Matthew R. Hindley is a member of the firm’s Litigation and Insurance Practice Groups. Matt is admitted to practice in Delaware, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Maryland, and handles a diverse pool of clients in the Mid-Atlantic region. He regularly represents clients in Delaware’s state and federal courts, focusing on products and premises liability, commercial litigation, construction litigation, and casualty defense, and subrogation. 

Matt prides himself on his pragmatic, aggressive representation of his clients. He understands that readiness for trial starts at the inception of the case. Matt prepares his clients to take a case “all the way” to remain in a position of strength if there’s an opportunity for a resolution prior to trial.

While attending Widener University School of Law, Matt interned with the Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office and was a judicial extern for the Honorable Barry C. Dozor in the Delaware County Court of Common Pleas. During this time, Matt was awarded the Certificate of Achievement in Toxic Torts for earning the highest grade in his class. He was a member of the Moe Levine Trial Advocacy Honor Society and served as an academic support fellow.

Outside the office, Matt enjoys spending time with his wife, Becky, and their two dogs, Ace and Waffles. His interests include staying active, listening to music, attending live shows, and cooking for friends and family. In the community, Matt is a long-time supporter of St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital. Since 2020, he has served on the Fundraising Committee for St. Jude’s Annual Walk/Run to End Childhood Cancer. At the annual event, Matt also serves as Team Captain of “Jason’s Jedi,” named in honor and memory of his cousin.

  • Obtained a defense verdict on behalf of client in a negligence action after a two-day jury trial in Delaware Superior Court, with deliberations lasting less than thirty minutes.
  • Secured a Motion to Dismiss on behalf of insurance carrier, arguing Plaintiff had no direct cause of action against a tortfeasor’s insurer based on the tortfeasor’s alleged negligence.
  • Secured a Motion to Dismiss on behalf of client alleged to have caused upwards of $200,000 in property damage in the U.S. District Court for the District of Delaware based upon sound principles of contract interpretation between lessors and lessees.
  • St. Jude Walk/Run to End Childhood Cancer (Philadelphia) – Fundraising Committee Member
  • Delaware State Bar Admission
  • Defense Counsel of Delaware