Brian L. Strauss

The Rothenberg Law Firm LLP - Philadelphia
The Rothenberg Law Firm LLP - Philadelphia
1420 Walnut St, Philadelphia, PA 19102 UNITED STATES
PhiladelphiaPA 19102
(800) 624-8888
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Brian L. Strauss, Esq., is an AV Preeminent rated attorney who has extensive litigation and jury trial experience, representing clients in complex, multi-million dollar lawsuits involving nursing home abuse and neglect, medical malpractice, motor vehicle negligence, product liability and premises liability matters. Brian joined The Rothenberg Law Firm LLP with over 30 years of trial experience and close to a decade of litigation and jury trial expertise in obtaining successful results for people who suffered injuries due to nursing home neglect and abuse. He was lead trial attorney in the seminal case confirming corporate negligence and punitive damages in nursing home cases in Pennsylvania and has appeared in various publications as one of Philadelphia's top rated lawyers. Prior to joining The Rothenberg Law Firm LLP, Brian worked as a trial attorney in several different venues including the Philadelphia District Attorney's Office where he served in the Homicide Unit, the Fraternal Order of Police for members' civil and criminal matters, and law firms litigating serious personal injury cases.


Education:

Loyola Law School, J.D., 1977 Temple University, B.A., 1974


Bar Admissions:

Commonwealth of Pennsylvania State of New Jersey State of New York State of West Virginia United States District Court, Eastern & Middle Districts of Pennsylvania United States District Court of New Jersey United States Northern District Court of West Virginia


Memberships:

Pennsylvania Bar Association Philadelphia Bar Association New Jersey Bar Association Pennsylvania Association for Justice New Jersey Association for Justice American Association for Justice


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