Areas of Practice
With over 26 years of experience as a trial lawyer, attorney Robert F. Ferrara demands that the ultimate mission of the firm improve the quality of life for clients who need a trial lawyer. This involves aggressive representation which is tempered by honest guidance. It is Robert F. Ferrara’s desire that, at the conclusion of each case, clients know that they received the deserved justice while being represented by a trusted lawyer. Indeed, many of the firm’s clients are referred by other clients.
Robert Ferrara now typically limits the firm’s practice to complex litigation and matters involving complex and catastrophic personal injury claims.
Throughout his career, Robert F. Ferrara has participated in a diverse range of cases, each with the need for a trial lawyer. Trial lawyers who are adept at understanding sophisticated subject matters are lethal advocates. Indeed, their courtroom skills, including the ability to strategically poise cases with effective pre-trial preparation, augmented by an ability to understand and advocate sophisticated subject-matters, create a vertically integrated advocate who can asses fact patterns using substantive knowledge of the underlying subject-matter and also the proofs, presentation and advocacy that trial lawyers utilize at trial.
Robert F. Ferrara has participated in a diverse nature of cases, including cases involving asbestos injuries, product liability claims, medical malpractice (including birth injuries, delayed diagnoses, anesthesia malpractice, surgical malpractice, and plastic surgery and reconstruction malpractice), liquor liability (“dram shop”) claims, automobile accidents, motorcycle accidents, architectural design failures, engineering design failures, safety failures, hydro-demolition injuries, playground injuries, elevator failures involving alleged safety, design and maintenance failures, crane failures, commercial lawnmower false-neutral design defects, industrial lift failures, pneumatic door safety design and maintenance failures, forklift safety design failures, aircraft crashes, trucking collisions involving alleged violations of the Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Act, security negligence, electrical burn injuries involving the alleged violations of the National Electric Safety Code, pool design defects, dialysis machine defects involving aluminum toxicity, insurance Bad Faith, employment discrimination, contract and associated claims arising under contract and tort (including fraud, misrepresentation and deceit), and criminal matters.