Ryan Kilmer is an energetic passionate lawyer who fights for his injured clients. Ryan focuses on catastrophic personal injury cases representing clients who are injured in motor vehicle accidents, and premise liability actions.  He also represents clients against their own insurance companies for bad faith and breach of contract actions. In 2019-2021 Ryan was selected by his peers as a Super Lawyer’s “Rising Star” an honor reserved for only the top 2.5 percent of attorneys under 40 years old in Pennsylvania which is published annually in Philadelphia Magazine. 

Regardless of the case, he prides himself on taking the time to explain to his clients what to expect during the life of a case and to guide them through all parts of the process. He works hard to make sure that his clients are justly compensated for the injuries that they have suffered. He is determined to help his clients by putting in long hours of hard work that is necessary for success.

Ryan graduated from the University of Kansas in 2007 with a bachelor’s degree in Psychology. Ryan attended Washburn School of Law, graduating with Honors in 2011. Additionally, he has obtained an LL.M. in Globalization and the Law from a distinguished European (Dutch) University, Maastricht University Faculty of Law.

Ryan has been happily married to his beautiful wife Katharina since December of 2008. They live in the Wyncote/Glenside area with their baby Sebastian. They enjoy hiking and playing ultimate Frisbee together.

Admissions

  • Pennsylvania 2012
  • New Jersey 2014 
  • United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania 2014

Education

  • University of Kansas B.G.S. (2008)
  • Maastricht University (the Netherlands) LL.M (2010)
  • Washburn School of Law (2011)

Professional Organizations

  • Philadelphia Trial Lawyers Association (PTLA)
  • Pennsylvania Association for Justice (PAJ)
  • Philadelphia Bar Association (PBA)

Honors & Awards

Super Lawyers “Rising Star” 2019 – 2021

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