Tiffany is an attorney in the firm’s Delaware and Kennett Square offices. Licensed to practice law in Delaware and Pennsylvania, Tiffany represents clients in a wide range of civil litigation matters including, but not limited to, personal injury, trust and estate litigation, real estate litigation, as well as contractual disputes and consumer fraud. Her personal injury experience includes automobile, truck, and motorcycle accidents, along with slip and fall, medical malpractice and wrongful death cases. In 2016, Tiffany was named to the Top 10 Personal Injury Attorneys Under 40 in Delaware by National Academy of Personal Injury Attorneys.
Prior to joining the firm, Tiffany worked for a Delaware law firm for six years, where she worked primarily on personal injury cases but also on other types of civil litigation matters.
Tiffany attended St. Mark’s High School in Delaware. She earned her bachelor’s degree in Economics from Boston University, then graduated summa cum laude from Duquesne University School of Law in 2009. While in law school, she was a member of the Duquesne Law Review and interned for the Honorable Joy Flowers Conti, United States District Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania.
Tiffany is a member of the Delaware State Bar Association, the Delaware Trial Lawyers Association, the Pennsylvania Bar Association Civil Litigation Section and the American Bar Association Litigation Section.
Active in the community, Tiffany serves as volunteer attorney guardian ad litem for The Office of the Child Advocate, a state agency charged with safeguarding the welfare of Delaware’s children, where Tiffany is providing legal representation for the dependent, neglected, and abused children in the foster care system. Tiffany also serves as a Board Member on the Centreville Civic Association and enjoys helping to organize and plan community events in Centreville.
- Section 225 Action – Chancery Court of Delaware – litigating disputes concerning the composition of the Board of Directors of a Delaware Corporation
- Partition Action – Chancery Court of Delaware – Represented owner of a beach property in a Chancery Court partition proceeding where the co-owner failed to contribute toward the expenses of the property
- Adult Guardianship Proceedings – Chancery Court of Delaware – Represented petitioners and respondents in contested and uncontested proceedings for the appointment of a guardian for a disabled adult
- Name Change Petitions – Court of Common Pleas Delaware – Representing individuals (adults and minors) seeking a legal name change
- Car Accident – Smyrna, DE – Obtained a large recovery from the underinsured motorist coverage for a client injured in a rear-end motor vehicle collision.
- Pedestrian Accident – Newark, DE – Successfully filed an underinsured motorist claim for a client who stood on the edge of the roadway waiting to cross the street when struck by an erratic driver who veered off the roadway.
- Bicycle Accident – Wilmington, DE – Client was riding her bicycle when she was struck by a motorist who ignored a stop sign. Ensured that the client received her no-fault benefits from the motorist’s insurer and achieved a settlement to compensate the client for pain and suffering.
- Slip and Fall – Wilmington, DE – Successfully obtained a settlement in excess of $20,000 for a client who slipped and fell in a retail store due to uneven flooring. The client suffered a shoulder injury that resolved without invasive treatment.
- Will Challenge – Chancery Court of Delaware – Successfully represented four siblings against a fifth sibling who had mother’s will changed and a new deed drafted just weeks prior to the mother’s death.
- Challenge to Change of Life Insurance Beneficiary Form – Federal District Court of the District of Delaware – Represented a wife claiming upon undue influence and lack of capacity her husband’s execution of a change of beneficiary form appointing the husband’s brother as the beneficiary of the husband’s life insurance policy shortly before his death.
- Wrongful Death and Medical Malpractice – Wilmington, DE – Successfully represented a mother alleging medical malpractice against a Delaware psychiatrist that lead to the death of her daughter.
- Real Estate Fraud – Wilmington, DE – Represented buyers against the sellers of a condominium unit who failed to disclose to the buyers that the City of Wilmington had ordered repairs to the condominium building’s exterior walls resulting in a special assessment to unit owners in excess of $25,000.00.
- American Bar Association
- Pennsylvania Bar Association
- Delaware State Bar Association
- Delaware Trial Lawyers Association
- Centreville Civic Association, Board Member
- The Office of the Child Advocate, Volunteer Attorney
- What is “Uninsured/Underinsured Motorist” Coverage and Why Is It Important?
- Insurance Information for Rideshare Drivers
- Can a State Agency be Held Liable for Accidents Caused by Unsafe Road Conditions?
- What is Mediation?
- Is a Liability Waiver Enforceable?
- How Will Senate Bill 161 Affect Delaware’s Personal Injury Statute?
- “Personal Injury From A to Z” CLE – Tiffany M. Shrenk a featured speaker
- Delaware PIP coverage: What to Know About Independent Medical Examinations
- Historical Overview of Delaware’s Court of Chancery
- MacElree Harvey Ltd Appointed to the Board of the Centreville Civic Association
Tiffany is an excellent attorney. She is great to work with and is very timely in her responses to questions or concerns that you may have. She is very diligent in seeking all available avenues for compensation as it relates to your case. I highly recommend her!
Cheryl Read more
I was a nervous wreck after my accident. I have never hired a lawyer before. Tiffany calmed my nerves and explained everything to me along the way clearly.She was a perfect mediator between my insurance company and medical providers.She was able to help get me a substantial settlement that put my wife and I at ease knowing everything was handled perfectly.
Anonymous Read more
Tiffany became my lawyer due to the state my car accident occurred in. Her communication and knowledge were excellent. Her staff is just as knowledgeable. I have never been in this situation before and she did very well to prep and prepare me for every step of the way during the process. She is professional and understanding. I was very impressed. I hope I never have to use her again (wink wink) but if I’m ever in the situation I need to, I for sure know I can count on her.
Melissa Read more
Boston University, Economics
Duquesne University School of Law, Pre-Professional Studies
- United States District Court for the District of Delaware