Widener University School of Law,
James Madison University
Moot Court Honors Society
Student Bar Association Executive Board
Ms. Oakey is an associate attorney at the firm who concentrates on personal injury litigation. She is admitted to practice law in Pennsylvania, and the United States Eastern District of Pennsylvania.
Attorney Ashley Oakey is passionate about representing Plaintiffs who were injured as a result of another person’s negligence. Ms. Oakey has represented hundreds of clients in a variety of civil matters, ranging from car accidents, to slip and fall or trip and fall accidents. Prior to joining the firm, Ms. Oakey also worked as a trial attorney at one of the largest personal injury firms in Philadelphia. Her past experience includes a brief period working for an insurance defense firm, which means she knows how defense attorneys think, and how insurance companies defend against lawsuits.
She now uses that experience to better assist her clients in obtaining great trial verdicts and settlements. Ms. Oakey began her career as an Assistant Public Defender in Philadelphia where she tried hundreds of criminal cases, defending clients who were charged with a variety of offenses ranging from misdemeanors to felonies. Ms. Oakey was born in Maryland and attended college at James Madison University in Virginia where she graduated with a Bachelors in Business Administration, majoring in Marketing.
She then attended law school at Widener University School of Law where she was a member of the Moot Court Honors Society, was elected to the Student Bar Association Executive Board and graduated with a certificate in Trial Advocacy.
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