Feldman & Pinto is the First Philadelphia Trial Law Firm Owned Exclusively by Women
Feldman & Pinto was the very first Philadelphia trial law firm exclusively owned by women. It is one of only a small number that exist today.
Attorney owners Laura Feldman and Rosemary Pinto, along with attorney J. Bradley McDermott, provide every one of their clients with an unbeatable combination of:
- extraordinary skill
- decades of experience
- superior knowledge
- compassionate dedication
From the time they founded the firm, Laura Feldman and Rosemary Pinto have shown a special and unswerving commitment to providing high quality legal representation to people who could not otherwise afford legal assistance. We charge no fees up front and receive payment only after we successfully complete your case. If we do not obtain a settlement or verdict in your favor, you will not be responsible for any costs or expenses we incurred
Our clients are women, men, children, and families injured as a result of another party’s negligence or a dangerous and defective product.
Our personal injury attorneys take on a limited number of cases so that we can give personal and thorough attention to each. Together, attorneys Feldman, Pinto, and McDermott have obtained numerous multi-million dollar settlements and verdicts and achieved justice and an important sense of closure for their clients.
We’re Civic Minded
Feldman & Pinto is proud to be one of the most civic minded law firms in Philadelphia.
To support our clients’ and employees’ communities, our personal injury lawyers take active roles in:
- public service, and
- funding of charitable institutions
Our lawyers teach at local law schools. We also receive frequent requests to lecture other lawyers on how to become better trial advocates.
Public interest law has been a very important part of Feldman & Pinto’s practice over the years. Most of our clients do not have the money to hire a lawyer. These clients depend on attorneys who will represent them without charging a fee up front. We place great importance on providing the highest quality professional services to these clients (most of whom were seriously injured) without regard to their ability to pay. We hope that this may help to even the playing field between the individual and corporate America.
In 2008, attorney Laura Feldman chaired the Philadelphia Bar Association’s Public Interest Section. This section promotes the interests of association members who address the legal needs and rights of: