Anastasia M. Buccino-Roth is a second generation personal injury trial lawyer. She has assumed the practice of her father, Ernest J. Buccino, a longtime Philadelphia trial lawyer. Anastasia handles a wide range of personal injury cases including complex medical malpractice, products liability, major motor vehicle accidents, and premises liability.
Anastasia has successfully represented injured individuals and their families for over thirteen years and prides herself on the relationships she develops with her clients. These relationships have given her the privilege of representing multiple generations of families as they consider her a trusted legal advisor.
After obtaining her undergraduate degree from Villanova University, Anastasia went on to earn her law degree from Temple University School of Law in 2002. Her education as an attorney includes extensive practical experience. While in law school, Anastasia served clerkships at two Philadelphia personal injury law firms. She gained experience and insight into the internal judicial process of the appellate system when she served as a law clerk to Pennsylvania Supreme Court Justice, the Honorable Russell M. Nigro. Before joining Messa & Associates, P.C., Anastasia practiced with an active Philadelphia personal injury firm and a tradition-bound suburban firm.
Bringing all of this practical experience with her to Messa & Associates, Anastasia has utilized it to work with the Messa team to obtain multi-million dollar verdicts and settlements on behalf of tragically injured adults, children and their families.
Anastasia resides in suburban Philadelphia with her husband and son. She is active in community, school, charitable, and local political affairs.
Ms. Buccino-Roth is admitted to practice before the Supreme Courts of Pennsylvania and New Jersey; the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit; and the U.S. District Courts for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania and the District of New Jersey.
Licensed in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York, Delaware, Virginia, Georgia and Florida.