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To overcome life’s toughest trials, you need determined, uncompromising advocacy.

If you or someone you care about has suffered a severe, life-changing injury, you need
legal advice. Our law firm focuses on complex, catastrophic personal injury and wrongful death cases,
the kinds of claims that no family should ever have to file. These accidents should never happen,
but when they do, you need lawyers who will investigate all aspects, explore all possibilities
and do their utmost to help you recover as much as possible.

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$55.3 M
Largest auto defect award in PA history for defective
seatbelt

Auto Defect
$11.2 M
Verdict for failure to diagnose
brain tumor

Medical Malpractice
$10 M
Ranks in the top 5 settlements against NYC
Motor Vehicle Accident
$265 M
Settlement in the Amtrak Train No. 188 Derailment
Train Accident

Our goal is nothing less than justice, always.

We cannot undo what has been done, but we are
committed to getting the answers you deserve.

“We understand the needs of personal injury victims—
not just for today, but for the rest of their lives.”

Catastrophic Injury

Catastrophic Injury

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Wrongful Death

Wrongful Death

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Our mindset is different from other law firms.
We can help you reclaim hope for your future.

Not every law firm in the Philadelphia area is equipped to take on highly complex catastrophic personal injury cases.
More importantly, even fewer are willing to devote the extra time, effort and
expense necessary to secure the best possible outcome in these types of claims. We have the resources and
determination necessary to go the distance every time—even against well-funded, aggressive adversaries.

Our catastrophic personal injury lawyers prepare to win from the start.

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The Boy Scouts of America Have Kept Hidden Files For Decades That Give Details to Child Sexual Abuse

Our law firm has represented victims of child sexual abuse against the Boy Scouts of America for years.  Our team of attorneys at Eisenberg Rothweiler and AbusedInScouting.Com are here to fiercely protect the rights of sexual abuse victims against The Boy Scouts of America (“BSA”).

The BSA is one of the largest youth organizations in the United States with over 2,500,000 active members.  BSA was chartered in 1910 by an act of Congress. An estimated 20% of American boys have had contact with scouting, either as members or by attending Scout functions.

Throughout its history, the BSA has consistently held itself out to the public as a “moral and safe” environment for boys to participate in healthy outdoor activities and to be given proper guidance and instruction. Millions of parents and scouts have placed their trust in the BSA.

Paradoxically, the BSA promotes the wholesomeness of its programs while knowing that since the 1940s, it has been secretly removing Scoutmasters for child sexual abuse at an alarming rate, which in the 1970s reached an average of one every three days. Its own records demonstrate that it has long known that Scouting attracts pedophiles in large numbers and that Scouts, far from being safe, are at the heightened risk of sexual abuse by child molesters.

The Boy Scouts of America (BSA) have a history of failing to protect their scouts from sexual abuse at the hands of Scoutmasters.

The public should be aware that the BSA kept internal confidential files, commonly referred to as “The Perversion Files” for predatory scoutmasters but, for the most part, failed to turn these predators into the authorities.  Instead, the Perversion Files were secretly retained by the BSA and the scoutmasters have been quietly dismissed.

Their lack of accountability has left parents and scouts vulnerable to potential pedophile abuses. The BSA has the moral and legal responsibility to be honest about the issue and why the job characteristics of a scoutmaster can lead to an infiltration of pedophiles.

We will work to aggressively protect you and we will work to hold the BSA accountable for their actions.

News & Highlights

    boy scout sexual abuseBoy Scout Sexual Abuse Scandal: More Than 12,000 Victims?The Boy Scouts of America is facing thousands of accusations involving child sexual abuse. For many decades, the organization maintained a blacklist that accounted for thousands of instances of alleged child sexual abuse. In 2012, the Los Angeles Times wrote extensively on these blacklists, which are also known as the “perversion files”. The Los Angeles Times uncovered sex abuse accusations against 5,000 volunteers and scout leaders during ...
    pickup truck crash ratingsIIHS Releases Report on Pickup Truck Crash RatingsThe Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) has important news for pickup truck owners. Multiple pickup models with older designs could put front seat passengers at severe risk of serious harm in a collision. According to IIHS, these models were designed in a way that did not emphasize the same level of safety that models with modern designs provide. IIHS crash-tested the vehicles from multiple angles and then issued ratings based on the ...
    car defectNational Highway Traffic Safety Administration Expands Airbag Probe to 12.3M VehiclesThe National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) recently expanded its investigation into multiple vehicle models with allegedly defective airbag control units. According to investigators, 12.3 million vehicles could be affected by the issue, which may keep the airbags from deploying during a crash. As many as eight deaths are suspected to be related to the potential defect. NHTSA upgraded its investigation to an engineering ...

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