Top Montgomery County Prosecutor Joins Ross Feller Casey, LLP

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Philadelphia personal injury law firm Ross Feller Casey, LLP has hired longtime top Montgomery County prosecutor Christopher Maloney as a new associate.

Matt Casey, a founding partner at Ross Feller Casey, called Maloney "one of the most experienced and respected prosecutors in this region."

"We are excited that he has decided to join our catastrophic injury practice after two decades in the public sector," Casey added. "His deep understanding of all areas of the law will be an invaluable asset to our growing firm."

See Maloney for more biographic information.

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