Jon Ostroff has been changing the lives of individuals and families across the country for more than 25 years. He is the named partner of Ostroff Injury Law and focuses his practice on personal injury law. Jon’s recent recoveries are some of the highest in Pennsylvania.
One of Jon’s most high-profile wins came in 2016 when he and his trial team obtained a $5.05 million verdict in Philadelphia County against Greyhound Bus Company. The case was featured on CNN.com, in The Huffington Post and more than 100 other news outlets.
Some of Jon’s other notable verdicts and settlements in just the past few years include:
- $3.9 million against a national transportation company in 2012
- $3.5 million for a young girl injured in a Dauphin County crash in 2015
- $3.1 million for an injured truck driver in 2013
- $1.95 million for an injured auto accident victim in 2014
Jon is a nationally-recognized attorney. His excellent reputation results from a combination of compassion, intensity and client commitment. Jon views his relationship with his clients like a partnership, and his pride in having an immensely talented legal team at Ostroff Law is at the heart of the firm’s success. He is admitted to practice law in Pennsylvania, in the Federal Courts of Eastern, Central and Western Pennsylvania, and before the United States Supreme Court.
Family and Community Commitment
Jon is a proud husband and father of three children. Jon and his wife Amy are the co-founders of Love to Langa, a 501(c)(3) charity that supports numerous education programs for impoverished children in Capetown, South Africa. Jon is also an honorary member of Mothers Against Drunk Drivers (MADD). His excellent results on behalf of victims of drunk driving accidents has led MADD to refer many clients to him over the past 25 years.
Below are a few excerpts from Jon’s client and peer reviews.
(note from Jon Ostroff: Tom’s case was turned down by other attorneys. We believed in Tom and his claim. After a tough battle and just before starting trial, we settled Tom’s case for $1,950,000.)