Robin A. Feeney


Robin Feeney is a Trial Lawyer at Fine & Staud and represents people who are severely injured by the negligence of others.  Mrs. Feeney received a Bachelor of Science from Drexel University in Commerce & Engineering Sciences. Having worked for the University of Pennsylvania, ARCO Chemical Corp and Mobil Oil during her co-op experience, Mrs. Feeney entered Widener University School of Law in 1989 and was selected to represent her school in a National Trial Lawyer Competition held in New Orleans, LA.  She served as a law clerk to the Honorable Richard Powers, United States Magistrate Judge.


Mrs. Feeney started her career at Sacks, Basch, Weston and Sacks practicing mainly in the area of WorkerCompensation, Medical Malpractice and Title VII claims for Race, Gender and Age Discrimination.  


Having given birth to three children in four years, Mrs. Feeney scaled back her practice to supporting other lawyers in their litigation efforts in Philadelphia and around Pennsylvania.  In 2007, Mrs. Feeney joined Fine and Staud as a Trial Attorney.  Since joining Fine and Staud, Mrs. Feeney has settled multiple sevenfigure cases both in Philadelphia and across the country in medical malpractice, tractor trailer negligence and underinsured motorist. 


Never afraid of a challenge, Mrs. Feeney has successfully resolved ERISA claims, claims involving the Equine Immunity Statute and claims against shipping companies on behalf of Longshoremen in Philadelphia.  She has also successfully handled cases against some of the largest corporations in the country resulting in millions of dollars for her clients.


Mrs. Feeney is admitted to practice before the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania, the United States Third Circuit Court of Appeals, the United States District Courts for the Eastern and Middle Districts of Pennsylvania and has been admitted Pro HacVice across the country. Mrs. Feeney is a member of the Philadelphia Bar Association, Pennsylvania Trial Lawyers Association, and Pennsylvania Bar Association. 


Notable Results:

1. John Bielec v. AIG, et al, No. 418 EDA 2017, 2018 Pa. Super. LEXIS 157 (Super. Ct. Feb. 21, 2018)
2. Wilberto Melendez v. Happy Trails & Riding Center, Inc.No. 3:14-CV-1894, 2016 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 131576 (M.D. Pa. Sep. 26, 2016);
3. Joanne Getz v. Allied Building Products Corporation216 F.3d 1076 (3d Cir. 2000).
4. John Smith v. City of Phila., 30 Phila. 423 (1996);
5. Malloy v. Civil Services Commission, 165 Pa Commonwealth 487, 645 A2d 434 (1994)  



Mrs. Feeney resides in Wyncote, PA with her husband of 24 years and her four children, Emma, Dana, Ryan and Bo and enjoys spending time painting, gardening and snowboarding.