Preeminent Personal Injury Lawyer

“Among the nation’s top plaintiffs firms” – The Philadelphia Inquirer

Philadelphia Personal Injury Lawyers, Ross Feller Casey

Record Results for the Catastrophically Injured – Billions Won for our Personal Injury Clients

Ross Feller Casey has built an impeccable, nationally recognized reputation as experienced personal injury lawyers for obtaining record-setting results for our clients — the catastrophically injured.

Our dedicated Philadelphia personal injury lawyers, along with an on-staff team of Ivy League-trained doctors, have taken on major corporations, leading hospitals, and top insurance companies — and won. 

In all, we have won more than $3 billion for our clients, including hundreds of multimillion-dollar recoveries, many of them reached without ever having to go through a trial.

As The Philadelphia Inquirer noted, the Ross Feller Casey personal injury law firm is “among the nation’s top plaintiffs firms.”

That distinction is a byproduct of our simple yet unwavering philosophy: dedicate tireless attention, experience, and resources to help the catastrophically injured and their families, who are often up against powerful entities that have done wrong. 

Why Ross Feller Casey?

“A firm that keeps setting new records” – Harvard Law School

Largest Reported Pa. Medical Malpractice Settlement Ever, $32.5 Million – VerdictSearch, April 2024

During the pandemic, despite more than a year of court closures, we’ve recovered over $325 million for our clients.

Among the nation’s top plaintiffs firms – The Philadelphia Inquirer

More than $3 billion in Recoveries in Personal Injury Cases

Team of Ivy League Doctors / Lawyers on Staff

Over 30 $10-Million-plus Recoveries in the Last 5 Years Alone

No law firm has recovered more on behalf of injured Pennsylvania children over the past 5 years

National Reputation for Record Results

“An impeccable, nationally recognized reputation in the field of personal injury law” – Martindale-Hubbell

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How Does Ross Feller Casey Help The Catastrophically Injured?

At Ross Feller Casey, we know you just want everything to work out. You may be working with an insurance company that doesn't have your best interests in mind. You may be overwhelmed by insurmountable medical expenses and are angry by the injustice you have faced. We believe the people who hurt you and your family shouldn’t win. They should pay for what they’ve done and should never be allowed to harm anyone else ever again. But at the same time, we understand that you might be afraid of filing a personal injury lawsuit.

You can put your trust in Ross Feller Casey. We have the experience and resources to help you get the justice you deserve.

When you are seriously injured due to someone else’s negligence, you may be entitled to financial compensation for your injuries. The amount of compensation you receive could likely include your medical bills, lost wages, and pain and suffering.

What Kind Of Personal Injury Cases Do We Handle?

Ross Feller Casey's Philadelphia personal injury attorneys handle cases that result in serious injuries, such as traumatic brain injury, spinal cord injury, amputations, and even wrongful death. We have won record-setting verdicts and settlements in practice areas that include:

  • Medical malpractice -  Medical malpractice cases occur when a medical professional acts in a manner that violates the accepted standard of care, and a patient suffers injuries or death as a result.
  • Birth and neonatal injury - Birth injuries happen during pregnancy, labor and delivery or shortly after birth, usually due to medical malpractice.
  • Construction and workplace injury - Personal injuries on construction sites or in other workplaces usually involve Workers’ Compensation claims. However, an experienced personal injury attorney may help if the workplace accident was caused by unsafe conditions or negligence.
  • Failure to diagnose cancer - If cancer is not diagnosed properly and treated timely, it may be considered medical malpractice.
  • Wrongful death - In a wrongful death lawsuit, the victim’s survivors are the ones who file a claim against the negligent party responsible for their loved one’s death.
  • Brain and spinal cord injury - Brain and spinal cord injuries may occur due to medical malpractice, motor vehicle accidents, product or premises liability, or other types of personal injury.
  • Product liability - Products used by consumers are required to be safe when they are used as intended. If they malfunction or are faulty and cause injury to someone, the designer, manufacturer, or distributor may be held responsible for a product liability claim.
  • Premises liability - Residential and business owners must ensure that their premises are safe for visitors. If the property is unsafe and an injury results, the injured party may have a personal injury case. Slip and fall accidents are an example of premise liability.
  • Catastrophic truck or car accidents - A car accident can cause a host of catastrophic injuries, including brain and spinal cord injuries and even wrongful death. This type of personal injury may also happen due to a truck accident, motorcycle accident, or accidents involving mass transit, bicyclists, or pedestrians.
  • Whistleblower litigation - Our attorneys provide legal representation for individuals who have blown the whistle on fraud and suffered financial loss, lost wages, or other damages as a result.

Where Do Our Personal Injury Lawyers Practice?

Our legal team is based in Philadelphia, PA, but we handle personal injury claims throughout  Pennsylvania, including cities like PittsburghAllentownBethlehemWilkes-Barre, and Scranton. We also serve the catastrophically injured in the state of New Jersey

What Will It Cost To Hire A Philadelphia Personal Injury Lawyer?

At Ross Feller Casey, you will never be asked to pay any fees unless a financial recovery is made in your case. Our contingency fee structure means you can afford to hire the very best Philadelphia personal injury lawyer, no matter your financial situation. 

Here’s where to begin:

  1. Contact Ross Feller Casey to see if we can help you.
  2. Speak with an experienced personal injury lawyer at our law firm.
  3. Let us guide you through the legal process from start to finish.

Get A Free Consultation With A Philadelphia Personal Injury Attorney

If you believe you have a personal injury claim in Pennsylvania or New Jersey, don’t hesitate to call for a free consultation and case evaluation by one of Ross Feller Casey’s leading personal injury lawyers. 

What Our Clients Say

Joel Feller was very caring and sensitive. He was almost like part of the family for two years. From the beginning, he was up front about our limitations in the case, but when he said he was going to do something, he got it done.” — Mary Zganjer

Rob Ross was excellent in how he prepped us, excellent in the courtroom, excellent in dealing with the judge and the jury and even the opposing counsel. He was just simply excellent all around. He was sensitive and empathetic, yet totally professional at all times. He is one of the most intelligent lawyers I have ever met, yet still very, very humble.” — Antoinette Foy

If you need a personal injury lawyer, this is the guy you want. Matt Casey is smart and really knows his stuff, and stands by his clients. He was very well prepared. Everything that happened at trial is exactly how he said it would happen. Matt is just a great lawyer.” — Patrick Hennessy

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