Mother, Author, Warrior, Painter, Paddle-Boarder, Attorney at Berry Law Firm
Susan Napolitano is a champion for others. As an indomitable survivor, Susan stands shoulder-to-shoulder with her clients and encourages them to stay strong and keep fighting for their rights during the most difficult time of their lives. She is a relentless civil attorney who fights for clients pursuing personal injury claims and related civil matters. Susan is a sincerely compassionate and resolute defender who never backs down when safeguarding her clients, their assets, their livelihood, and their loved ones.
Susan’s unconquerable spirit is contagious, and she shares that confidence with her clients, many of whom are overwhelmed with the burden of their case and concern for their future. She ensures each of her clients that she is both dependable and incredibly knowledgeable with complex legal issues, having an impressive history of successfully protecting others and their assets. When it comes to defending her clients, Susan never gives up.
Work with Susan
Susan loves solving problems for others—the ones that keep them up at night and follow them to work in the morning. She is naturally compassionate and eagerly devotes herself to helping others and protecting what’s important to them. Before going to law school, Susan was a high-school English teacher and reveled in helping students express themselves and feel confident through reading and writing. She earned her Juris Doctorate in 2006 and devoted herself to civil law, protecting her clients and their assets. She joined Berry Law in 2018 with an already-impressive roster of civil-law victories and continues to do everything she can to win the best outcome for her clients.
Susan knows exactly what it takes to be successful and defy the odds.. A survivor of childhood trauma, Susan imbues others with the same strength and resolve she learned to cultivate within herself. She recites to each of her clients the same Winston Churchill quote she keeps in a frame on her desk, “If you’re going through hell, keep going.” Susan pulled herself through cruel injustice and steadfastly stands by others so that they, too, can and will succeed. In fact, Susan counts her legal work helping two minor children who were intentionally injured by an adult as one of her greatest satisfactions as an attorney.
Susan’s love of life is best seen in the joy she feels around her three amazing children and her dog, Rosebud. She cherishes every moment spent with them and enjoys taking them hiking and boating—when she’s not out on the water paddle-boarding or winning a game of air hockey. Susan is endlessly creative and loves to paint and write—in fact, she’s already a published author and has a new novel on the way! As a bright person who loves sharing laughter and helping others, Susan is also a committed volunteer and is active in the community’s Habitat for Humanity and Child Advocacy Center. No matter where she is or what she’s doing, Susan is committed to spreading joy and empowering others to keep fighting, no matter how insurmountable their struggle may seem.