Our Team of Lawyers
Andrew J. Rossetti, Esquire
Andrew J. Rossetti is a seasoned trial attorney maintaining certifications as a civil trial attorney by both the New Jersey Supreme Court and the National Board of Trial Advocacy. A former assistant prosecutor in Camden County, Andy is a member of the prestigious million dollar advocate’s forum.
Louis J. DeVoto, Esquire
Louis J. DeVoto is an experienced trial attorney having been certified as a civil trial attorney by both the New Jersey Supreme Court and the National Board of Trial Advocacy. He is a Past President of the Trial Attorneys of New Jersey and a past recipient of the “Professional Lawyer of the Year Award”.
Anthony J. Medori, Esquire
Anthony J. Medori was named a Top 40 Under 40 attorney in New Jersey by The National Trial Lawyers. Anthony has successfully handled all types of personal injury cases for the firm and has lectured at seminars on trial strategy for the American Association of Justice- NJ as a Rising Star in the legal profession.
Melissa M. Baxter, Esquire
Melissa M. Baxter focuses her practice on all aspects of personal injury law. She was named to Super Lawyers “Rising Stars” in 2019 and 2020. Melissa serves on the Board of Trustees for the American Association of Justice, New Jersey and The Trial Attorneys of New Jersey, where she is one of the youngest trial lawyers ever selected to serve on the Board.
Mark Caira, Esquire
Of Counsel to Rossetti, DeVoto, Medori & Baxter, P.C.
Mark Caira is a Certified Workers’ Compensation Attorney and is Of Counsel to Rossetti & DeVoto, P.C. His practice is limited to handling workers’ compensation and Social Security Disability claims on behalf of injured persons. Mr. Caira has the distinction of being the vice-chair of the District III Ethics Committee.
Christina M. Rossetti, Esquire
Christina M. Rossetti is a former judicial law clerk to the Honorable Michael J. Haas, J.AD. in New Jersey’s Appellate Division. While working for Judge Haas, Christina extensively researched and analyzed a wide variety of legal issues in order to make recommendations on proposed rulings to a three-judge panel.