Robert Bond, Esquire, with his legal and medical experience successfully represents victims of accidents, medical malpractice and wrongful death cases.
Robert Bond also represents people in their claims for Disability and Workers’ Compensation throughout the states of Pennsylvania and New Jersey.
This is not a high volume law firm where you can expect to be treated as a number and not as person with your complex problems. We strive to provide the highest level of professional service to each of my clients and to build lasting relationships with them. The first step in that process is listening. By listening to our clients we are able to understand not just the extent of the injury, but also the ramifications of that injury on our clients, their families and their futures. By forming a close relationship with my clients, we are able to understand how the injury and the consequences have affected them, and I am then able to tell that story to a jury.
Please call me at 215-240-7565 or you can email me any time at RBOND@PHILLYLAWCENTER.COM
Mr. Bond received Law Degree from Widener University School of Law in Wilmington Delaware while working full-time as a Physician Assistant in Private Practice specializing in ENT, Oncology, Urology and Primary Care.
A quote from Mr. Bond: "Medicine and Law are not only my professions but also my passion… I continually try to expand my knowledge and share it with others. I have published over a dozen peer-reviewed articles on medical and legal subject for other Lawyers and Health Professionals that appeared in Pennsylvania and International publications. While trying to stay current on medical and legal developments I not only attended conferences but also presented my own research on cutting edge treatment of deadly infections."
Many of Mr. Bond's current clients know that he was a Commissioned Officer with United States Military and served on Active Duty in 2000 at Fort Dix, NJ and helped our veterans while working at Philadelphia Veterans Administration Medical Center. Mr. Bond continues to hold a rank of Ensign (First Lieutenant) in Inactive Reserve with United States Public Health Service a Branch of the United States Uniform Services http://www.usphs.gov/
Publications (partial list)
Can Act 13 be the ‘lucky number’ for improving quality of health care in PA while dramatically reducing medical malpractice cases
Authors: Robert Bond
- At Issue/ Pennsylvania Bar Association
- July 3, 2010
Act 13, better known by its acronym of Mcare, which stands for Medical Care Availability and Reduction of Error Act, was signed into law in 2002. its impacts and implications on Medical Malpractice in Pennsylvania are still being debated...
Preparative Therapies Used for those with Fanconi’s Anemia Undergoing Stem Cell Transplants and Subsequent Engraftment Rates\
Authors: Robert Bond, Michael E. Trigg, MD
- Hematology, Vol. 8 (6), pp. 397-402
- December 1, 2003
Naltrexone Implant (Gooberman formulation) is a reliable form of Drug Delivery System (a pharmacokinetic study)
Authors: Robert Bond, Rahim Shafa, M.D, Lance L. Gooberman M.D., J.D
- Abstract "AAPA-2009"
- December 2, 2009
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