Ferrara Law Offices, P.C. was founded in May 1998 by Robert F. Ferrara.

Prior to starting Ferrara Law Offices, P.C., Robert F. Ferrara was associated with the plaintiffs trial firms of Cherry Ferrara Mutzel Belefonte McFadden & Wesner, LLP and thereafter Ferrara Belefonte McFadden Curran & Ferrara, LLP, which were revered top-tier personal injury trial firms.

From the inception of his career, and coming from a family of lawyers, Robert F. Ferrara was groomed to participate in highly complex cutting-edge litigation involving product failures, industrial accidents, asbestos injuries, professional negligence, medical negligence, vehicle collisions and all other matters involving catastrophic injuries.

Since starting Ferrara Law Offices, P.C., Robert F. Ferrara has followed his family tradition and dedicated his practice to honing his trial advocacy skills and creativity in understanding the law to participate in highly complex and fiercely prosecuted multi-million dollar lawsuits in favor of his clients. Ferrara Law Offices, P.C. prides itself on achieving outstanding results in matters where other lawyers and law firms undervalued the cases, rejected the cases and/or advised victims that no, or limited, remedies existed for the harm the suffered. Indeed, the firm’s mantra is to elevate the practice of law, and legal results, to the highest level to protect the victims rights.

Academically, Robert F. Ferrara is a 1992 graduate of The Dickinson School of Law of Pennsylvania State University where he distinguished himself from his contemporaries in The Dickinson School of Law’s intra-school competition to represent The Dickinson School of Law, as trial counsel, at the preeminent Tournament of Champions Trial Competition; a nationwide invitational trial tournament between the nation’s best law schools, held in in St. Petersburg, Florida in 1991.

Ferrara Law Offices, P.C. aggressively represents victims in the greater Philadelphia area with catastrophic injuries.

Robert F. Ferrara is a Fellow of The Academy of Advocacy and Peer Review rated by Martindale-Hubbell.