Michael Rosofsky

Mr. Rosofsky is a relentless litigator who brings over 25 years of trial experience to Robinson & Associates, and provides a holistic perspective to the representation of our personal injury clients. Mr. Rosofsky has represented victims of automobile, motorcycle, truck, aviation accidents, environmental toxic exposure and defective products.

As a senior trial attorney at a premier plaintiff law firm, Mr. Rosofsky prosecuted, as co-first chair, complex high-stakes personal injury cases involving hundreds of clients and obtained jury verdicts exceeding a billion dollars. Previously, Mr. Rosofsky was an owner and partner of a general practice law office that focused on personal injury, criminal defense, family law, business litigation, real estate, criminal and civil appeals for over 18 years. Mr. Rosofsky is admitted to practice law in Maryland, District of Columbia, Pennsylvania, United States Virgin Islands, and the United States District Court for the District of Maryland. Mr. Rosofsky earned his Bachelor’s degree in Economics, where he wrestled at the University of Maryland. Mr. Rosofsky graduated from George Washington University law school and was awarded the prestigious Van Vleck medal for constitutional law written and oral advocacy.

Mr. Rosofsky served as chair and committee member of the Maryland State Bar Association’s Solo and Small Firm Committee from 2006 through 2013. His reported cased include Housemen v. United States Aviation Underwriters, 171 F.3d 1117 (7th Cir. 1999) and State v. Herd, 125 Md. App. 77 (1999). Mr. Rosofsky successfully spearheaded a 2015 Voluntary Resolution Agreement between the United States Department of Education’s Office of Civil Rights and the University of Maryland to prevent ongoing disability discrimination and retaliation against students for engaging in protected disability discrimination reporting activity. Mr. Rosofsky received a Certificate of Recognition from Baltimore County Schools as head wrestling coach of Towson high school’s first Maryland state champion in 2003.