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Matt Casey - Ross Feller Casey

Robert Ross


P: 877-916-4690


Philadelphia, PA



Catastrophic Personal Injury

-Wrongful death
-Traumatic birth injury
-Motor vehicle accidents
-Workplace accidents/explosions

Product Liability

Injuries from household or workplace products
Defective motor vehicles
Dangerous design of products

Premises liability

-Public facilities
-Private property/homes
-Swimming pool injuries/drowning

Medical malpractice

-Failure to diagnose/treat
-Failure to warn
-Medication error
-Amputation due to malpractice

Sexual Assault Civil Cases





New Jersey
U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania
U.S. District Court for the District of New Jersey 



Philadelphia Bar Association



Georgetown University Law Center, J.D.
University of Notre Dame, Phi Beta Kappa summa cum laude


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Matt Casey's track record in catastrophic injury practice is long and distinguished. In 2016 alone, he recovered more than $87 million for individuals and families in wrongful death, brain and other life-altering injuries sustained from the negligence of others. 

“Work ethic was a big part of growing up in my house ... and what led me to do the work that I do. Trying to help people who are up against powerful interests, who had terrible things happen to them and need someone to fight for them.” 

In just one four-month span, he was responsible for recoveries of $29 million, $26.5 and $26.3 million, and $20 million. Here are just a few of his notable cases: 

  • $85 M in compensatory damages for a premises liability case where a college student fell 20 feet into an open manhole; the company that owned and operated the manholes had prior notice the covers were being removed

  • $60 M for his integral role with partner Joel Feller in the global settlement for victims of former Penn State football coach Jerry Sandusky; the firm represented seven sexual assault victims

  • $36.4 M settlement as co-counsel in a case involving a damaged hydrogen tank explosion that killed a man, among the highest nationwide for a wrongful death one-victim case

  • $22 M in a record-setting bad faith case against an insurance company that refused to pay a man catastrophically injured in a car accident. The insurance company settlement followed a $19 M verdict won by Casey, the largest motor vehicle settlement in the U.S. as of 2014

  • $23 M for a medical negligence case involving a home health care nurse who failed to evaluate and report an infected catheter, causing the patient double-leg, below the knees amputations

  • A confidential settlement achieved mid-trial on behalf of the family of a young woman who suffered a brain hemorrhage in a wrongful death medical malpractice matter

Read The Citizen's Voice story "Law Firm Takes On Its Biggest Challenge" about the Sandusky cases.