The law firm of Rosenn, Jenkins & Greenwald, LLP is pleased to announce that Richard A. Russo, a Partner in the firm, has been selected by his peers for inclusion in the 22nd Edition of The Best Lawyers in America in the area of Personal Injury Litigation – Plaintiffs.
Mr. Russo is the Chairman of our firm’s Personal Injury Practice, where he represents people who have been injured through the fault of another, or who are involved in disputes with insurance companies. He handles many injury or wrongful death cases involving tractor trailer and bus crashes; automobile and motorcycle accidents, crashes caused by drunk drivers; or landowner neglect or dangerous products. Many of the cases are tragic, involving wrongful death, brain or spinal cord injuries. Mr. Russo also handles claims against insurance companies who have acted in bad faith towards their insureds. A past president of The Northeastern Pennsylvania Trial Lawyers Association and the Committee for Justice for All, he currently serves on the Board of Directors of the Kevin Kitchnefsky Foundation for Spinal Cord Research. Mr. Russo is a magna cum laude graduate of Wilkes University and a cum laude graduate of Temple University Law School.
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