ason E. Fine is a very methodical attorney dedicated to continuous learning.
He specializes in representing victims suffering injuries caused by motor vehicle, slip and fall, and construction site accidents, as well as by negligence of security personnel. Jason is licensed to practice in the states of Pennsylvania and New Jersey, and in the Eastern Districts of both states. He graduated from the University of Delaware and went on to earn a Juris Doctor from Widener School of Law in 1998. Jason launched his career as an Assistant Defender with the Defender Association of Philadelphia, affording him the opportunity to develop effective courtroom skills early on.
The Defender’s Association is a very prestigious, independent, non-profit organization whose attorneys represent about 70% of those arrested in Philadelphia. The Defender’s Association received The Clara Shortridge Foltz Award, recognizing the office as the most outstanding Defender’s Office in the country, most notably for its success in developing knowledgeable and effective trial litigators. Throughout his five years with this Association, Jason tried hundreds of cases to verdict including many major felony jury trials. Prior to opening J. Fine Law, Jason worked at three other prominent Center City law firms specializing in personal injury.
Jason has tried many high profile cases and has obtained high awards for his clients. For example, he successfully negotiated a six figure settlement for a minor client who was assaulted in a day care center by a teacher. In addition to his client’s settlement award, the teacher was criminally prosecuted. In another case, Jason’s client was shot in the leg while at a bar in the Old City section of Philadelphia. His client suffered serious and permanent injuries.
Jason’s negotiation and effective persuasion skills resulted in another six figure settlement for his client and a forced closure of the bar. The incident was the subject of a Philadelphia Magazine publication. In yet a third case, Jason successfully negotiated a $520,000 settlement for the victim of a motor vehicle accident even though no surgeries or hospital stays were required. Jason gives all of his client’s his personal cellphone and is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.