Trust a skilled and experienced attorney
to help you with any personal injury
and accident claims. Donald Krain provides expert legal counsel with regards to your rights and your insurance company compensation.
Read the attorney bio
page to review my credentials
and areas of practice. My association with Feldman Shepherd allows me access to one of the most successful and prestigious firms in the region specializing in catastrophic injury cases.
Donald A. Krain
has been licensed to practice law in the State
of Pennsylvania for more than thirty years. He specializes in handling
all types of personal injury matters with a primary office location in The
Rittenhouse Square area of Philadelphia.
As a sole practitioner he will handle your case from
the initial intake through resolution of your claim. He will be familiar
with all aspects of your case and return your phone calls promptly.
Througout his career he has handled handled thousands of cases obtaining numerous
six figure settlements.
For the last ten years he has been Of-Counsel to the
mid-sized law firm of Feldman Shepherd Wohlgelernter Tanner Weinstock Dodig,
one of the most, successful, catastrophic litigation firms in the nation.
This unique relationship enables him to provide personalized service while
having access to the resources of one of the finest teams of skilled trial
attorneys in the region.
While his practice primarily focuses on all types of
motor vehicle and premises liability cases, Feldman Shepherd's areas of
practice include medical malpractice, product liability, civil rights and many
other types of serious injury claims.
Donald Krain was admitted to the Pennsylvania Bar in 1982
having received his Juris Doctor degree from the Loyola College of Law in New
Orleans in the same year. He is a member of the Pennsylvania Bar
Association, United States District Court for the Eastern District of
Pennsylvania and the Pennsylvania Trial Lawyers Association as well as the
Philadelphia Trial Lawyers Association. He regularly sits as an
arbitrator in the Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas.