Jon Ostroff Named Honorary Fellow of the American Bar Foundation
Ostroff Injury Law is proud to announce that founding partner Jon Ostroff has been named an Honorary Fellow of the American Bar Foundation (ABF). ABF Membership is limited to less than one percent of lawyers licensed to practice in each state.
American Bar Foundation Recognition
“Fellows of the ABF” comprise a global honorary society of attorneys, judges, law faculty, and legal scholars who demonstrate outstanding dedication to the highest principles of the legal profession and to the welfare of their communities. Fellows are recommended by their peers and elected by the ABF Board. They support the 501(c)(3) foundation’s groundbreaking research through annual contributions and sponsorship events. This leading research institution advances justice and expands knowledge of the law, legal processes, and legal institutions.
“I am proud to have been chosen to become a Fellow of the American Bar Foundation,” Ostroff said. “The ABF’s innovative research into the field of law helps ensure our country has the best civil justice community possible. It is an honor to be part of supporting these efforts.”
Ostroff’s induction into the ABF as a “Fellow” further exemplifies his accomplishments and reputation in the legal community.
About Ostroff Injury Law
For nearly three decades, Ostroff Injury Law has recovered hundreds of millions of dollars for injured victims. The firm has fought for clients against negligent parties in lawsuits involving passenger and commercial vehicle accidents, slip and fall incidents and medical malpractice. In the past four years alone (2016-2019), Ostroff Injury law has recovered more than $100 million for clients. The firm has recently received national recognition for recovering over $21 million against Greyhound Bus Company for a group of clients after Ostroff proved during a six-week trial that the company’s recklessness led to a massive highway bus crash in Pennsylvania.