$17.8 million was recovered by Robert Ross in a medical malpractice lawsuit involving the failure to adequately treat an infection that led to amputation.
A jury awarded $44.1 million to a woman who suffered a brain injury as a result of negligence at the University of Pennsylvania Hospital.
Robert Ross successfully litigated the case of a Philadelphia podiatrist who was given a central venal catheter to administer steroids.
Robert Ross convinced a jury that a hospital and two radiologists were negligent in failing to diagnose a woman’s breast cancer.
The Ross Feller Casey qui tam lawsuit centered on allegations that the father-son owned practice billed for procedures that were not medically necessary.
Robert Ross filed the high-profile lawsuit on behalf of the family of Mark Sturgis, whose body was discovered buried on a farm in Solebury Township, Pa.
A jury found that doctors were liable for not prescribing the proper medication for a woman who went to Africa and contracted malaria.
In a case that drew national legal recognition, Rob Ross won a $10 million verdict for a boy who suffered brain damage as a result of a peanut allergy.
In awarding more than $5 million, a jury found that a surgeon didn’t review x-rays before an operation and caused the death of a 57-year-old man.