Blake Kaplan — Esq.

Blake Kaplan

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Blake Kaplan joined Ross Feller Casey in 2017 and focuses his practice on representing individual clients who have suffered catastrophic injuries due to medical malpractice and defective products.

Since joining the firm, Kaplan has assisted founding partners Robert Ross, Joel Feller, and Matt Casey on several cases resulting in multimillion-dollar settlements, including:

  • $16 million for an infant who suffered brain damage after physicians failed to timely diagnose pertussis
  • $11 million for a teenager injured while jumping on a trampoline at a recreational facility
  • $7 million in a case involving the failure to diagnose a brain blood clot leading to intracranial hemorrhage

Previously, Kaplan interned with the Atlantic County Prosecutor’s Office, where he worked within the Special Litigation Unit.

Kaplan received his bachelor’s degree in Political Science from Indiana University, Bloomington, in 2013. In 2017, he earned his Juris Doctor degree from Widener University Delaware Law School. While in law school, Kaplan served on the Moot Court Board as Vice President and competed in trial advocacy competitions around the country, winning runner-up for best brief out of 24 schools at the 2017 Tulane Sports Law Competition.

Kaplan was also selected as a National Member of The Order of Barristers, awarded to those who exhibited excellence and attained high honor through the art of courtroom advocacy. Kaplan was a coach and mentor for other teams competing in national trial advocacy competitions.

He is admitted to practice law in Pennsylvania and New Jersey state courts.