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Tyler Hewitt

Tyler Hewitt - Mayerson Injury LawTyler Hewitt began working at Mayerson Injury Law in 2014 as a civil litigation Paralegal, and is now the office administrator.

Tyler earned his Bachelor’s Degree in English Literature in 2007, and secured his Paralegal Specialized Business Associates Degree from Berks Technical Institute in May 2014, with a 4.0 overall grade point average.

While attending Berks Technical Institute, Tyler was the President of the BTI Paralegal Club, organizing club meetings, fundraisers, and vocational activities that honed his skills as a Paralegal.

Since joining Mayerson Law in 2014, Tyler has assisted the firm’s attorneys in all matters related to civil litigation and case management, including drafting court documents, obtaining and organizing critical client medical records, corresponding with insurance companies and billing providers, and speaking to our clients to offer personal service with questions and concerns relative to ongoing claims.

In addition to his Paralegal duties, Tyler is also a Notary Public in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, and a member of the Pennsylvania Association of Notaries.


  • Berks Technical Institute, Wyomissing, PA
    • Associate in Specialized Business - Paralegal, May 2014
    • 4.0 cumulative grade point average
  • Lycoming College, Williamsport Pennsylvania
    • Bachelor of the Arts – English Literature, May 2007

Professional Associations:

  • Pennsylvania Association of Notaries

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