Joseph Fantini serves as the managing attorney of Rosen Injury Lawyers' Mass Tort Department. His practice focuses on representing victims injured by dangerous pharmaceutical drugs, defective medical devices and unsafe consumer products. Joe's background and understanding of complex medical, scientific and legal issues has positioned him to be a leader in national Mass Tort Litigations.
Joe obtained his law degree from the esteemed Widener University School of Law in 2009. While earning his degree, Joe was already active in the legal community, serving as a law clerk in Philadelphia County Court of Common Pleas for the Honorable Arnold L. New. While in law school, Joe was the recipient of the Certificate of Achievement in Food and Drug Law, which is awarded to the top student in each section.
It was during this time that Joe was first exposed to the intricacies of FDA regulations and oversight. After learning of the devasting injuries suffered by consumers of defective products that were unsafe and inadequately tested, Joe knew he wanted to lend his voice to who were unable to fight these large corporations who placed profits over patient's safety on their own.
Joe began his career as a lawyer at an international insurance defense firm, where he represented clients in personal injury and product liability matters. After just a few years, Joe moved to a nationally recognized plaintiff's law firm to representing plaintiffs mass torts and class actions.
Joe found that his prior legal experience provided him with invaluable insight into how complex cases are handled from a defense and court perspective allowing him to use this knowledge to successfully obtain compensation for thousands of injured clients during his tenure with this firm. In 2018, Joe joined Rosen Injury Lawyers to manage the Mass Tort Department and oversee all product liability cases.
Over the course of his career, Joe has played a significant role in helping to secure millions of dollars on behalf of his clients in mass tort and class action litigations. As a result of his achievements, Joe has been included in Pennsylvania Super Lawyers Publication as a Rising Star, a distinction given to only 2.5% of attorneys in each state who are forty years old or younger or have been practicing for 10 years or less, continuously since 2013.
Joe has also been recognized as The National Trial Lawyers: Top 40 Under 40 and is a member of The National Trial Lawyers: Top 25 Mass Tort Trial Lawyers Association. Additionally, Joe is a member of the Pennsylvania Association for Justice, Philadelphia Bar Association, and the Philadelphia Trial Lawyers Association, where he serves as a member of the Young Lawyers executive committee.