Dina S. Ronsayro
- Litigation Plaintiff Complex And Catastophic Personal Injury 70%
- Family Law 10%
- Bad Faith Insurance - Plaintiff 10%
- Litigation Comericial 5%
- Fiduciary/Orphans' Court Litigation 5%
Dina Ronsayro is a partner in the firm, with her practice focused on the areas of Complex and Catastrophic Personal Injury Litigation (including medical malpractice, brain injuries and assault and injuries to children and the differently abled) Commercial and Civil Litigation, and Family Law.
Ms. Ronsayro began working for the firm as a law clerk while attending law school. While attending Temple University, Ms. Ronsayro was a member of the Political and Civil Rights Law Review and a participant in the Advanced Trial Advocacy Program.
Since becoming an attorney, Ms. Ronsayro is active in the Philadelphia Bar Association, having served on the Family Law Section (as a member and Chair), on the Ethics committee, on the Judicial Selection and Retention committee and the Board of Governors.
Ms. Ronsayro volunteers both in the legal community and in the community where she lives. As a mother of three children, Ms. Ronsayro is sensitive to the needs of families and the unique issues they face.
- Temple University School of Law, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
- J.D. - 1999
- Honors: Distinguished Class Performance; Outstanding Oral Advocacy
- Hamilton College
- Honors: Levitt Scholar
- New Jersey
- U.S. District Court Eastern District of Pennsylvania
- U.S. District Court Middle District of Pennsylvania
- Philadelphia Bar Association, 1999 to Present
- Pennsylvania Association of Justice, 2020 to Present
- Pennsylvania Super Lawyers Rising Star® 2008, 2010-2012
- Pennsylvania Super Lawyers®, 2013-Present
- Hamilton College Levitt Scholar of Public Policy
Classes & Seminars
- Multiple Through Philadelphia Bar Association
- Certified Arbitrator for the Philadelphia County Court of Common Pleas, Present
- Philadelphia VIP , Present
- Partlow v. Gray; Phila. CCP (2016); first chair trial responsibilities in wrongful death/survival action resulting in $3.1M verdict, affirmed on appeal, concluding in confidential bad faith settlement
- Hill v. DelVal Staffing, et al.; Phila. CCP (2015); first chair in $5.7M global settlement for 15 plaintiffs claiming damages against the same entity under the Workers’ Compensation Act and tort liability.