Ramon A. Arreola, Esq.
Ramon A. Arreola concentrates his practice on complex personal injury litigation, including medical malpractice, products liability, toxic tort, construction accidents, and transportation accidents.
About Mr. Arreola
Mr. Arreola received his Bachelor of Arts from Loyola College of Maryland in 2004 and his J.D. from the University of Baltimore, School of Law in 2007. While in law school, Ramon participated in the University of Baltimore’s Criminal Practice Clinic. Ramon’s participation in the Criminal Practice Clinic allowed him to provide pro bono legal services to indigent residents of Baltimore, Maryland. Mr. Arreola was also able to provide pro bono legal services to indigent citizens of Philadelphia through the Philadelphia Volunteers for the Indigent Program (VIP).
Professional Organizations and Achievements
Mr. Arreola was selected for inclusion in the Pennsylvania Super Lawyers Rising Stars list in 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, and 2017. He was also named one of the National Trial Lawyers “Top 100” and “Top 40 under 40” from 2014-2017 and is currently eligible for membership in the Million Dollar Advocates Forum. Mr. Arreola is a current member of the Philadelphia Trial Lawyers Association, a board member of the Hispanic Bar Association of Pennsylvania, a board member of the Hispanic Bar Association of PA Legal Education Fund, a member of the Philadelphia Compulsory Arbitration Committee, a certified arbitrator in Philadelphia County, and a board member of the Asociación Puertorriqueños en Marcha.
Beyond the Courtroom
Ramon A. Arreola was born in San Antonio, TX but raised in Bethlehem, PA. His father was a dentist in the Lehigh Valley and served as a great example of giving back to the community — the Latino community in particular. Mr Arreola lives in South Philadelphia with his wife, their daughter, and two dogs. When out of the office, Mr. Arreola enjoys spending time with family, walking his dogs, working out, and playing squash.
- Pennsylvania Supreme Court
- New Jersey Supreme Court
- US District Court – Eastern District of Pennsylvania
- Court of Appeals – 4th circuit
- Philadelphia Compulsory Arbitration Committee
- Hispanic Bar Association of Pennsylvania, board member
- Hispanic Bar Association of Pennsylvania Legal Education Fund, board member
- Philadelphia Bar Association
- Philadelphia Trial Lawyers Association
- Asociación Puertorriqueños en Marcha
- $8 Million settlement for the family of a seven-year-old girl who was killed in a fire caused by a defective curling iron that lacked proper safety precautions to prevent a fire from occurring. The curling iron was plugged into a defective power strip that lacked an industry standard fuse that would have disabled the power running to the curling iron in the event of a short.
- $7 Million products liability settlement for a Union carpenter who sustained career-ending injuries after a defective pair of drywall stilts broke underneath him.
- $2 Million products liability settlement for a young man who suffered the amputation of his right middle finger and disfigurement of his right hand caused by a defective Ryobi table saw.
- $1 Million settlement for a former delivery truck driver to compensate for injuries and damages he suffered after his foot was run over by a negligent forklift operator.
- $1 Million settlement for his client, a 55 year-old factory worker, who was seriously injured when a Ford F-450 truck struck her while she was attempting to cross a four lane highway at nighttime. Mr. Arreola’s client suffered several fractures, requiring multiple surgical procedures and amputation of two toes on her right foot. Mr. Arreola’s client will be able to use the settlement funds to pay for medical care she will require for the rest of her life.
- $850,000 settlement on behalf of a Philadelphia man who fell through a warehouse roof on a job site where he was employed. As a result of the incident, the man suffered multiple fractures and an elbow injury which required surgical intervention. Evidence was uncovered that proved that the plaintiff’s alleged employer, as well as the property owner, both had superior knowledge of the defective condition of the roof which resulted in the man’s fall and subsequent injuries.