Year: 2019

A football fan may not see any of the $700,000 in damages awarded in a 2018 jury verdict against the Philadelphia Eagles over allegations of negligent security. The Pennsylvania Superior Court recently vacated the award in a ruling that “could prove instructive in other premises liability cases,” according to The…

On July 11, 2015, William Pratt, a 75-year-old wheelchair-bound double amputee, visited the Wills Eye Emergency Department at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital in Center City Philadelphia. He sought medical attention for the significant pain he was feeling in his right eye. Within 10 minutes of being discharged from his examination…

Reuters recently published a stunning, 3,400+ word exposé that confirms what many outside observers had suspected—that the Food & Drug Administration allowed powerful players in the talc industry like Johnson & Johnson to dictate the FDA’s “hands-off” policy regarding the cancer risks posed by the asbestos contained in talc products…

It is that time of year again. Parents and family members are running around purchasing toys to give to the little ones in their lives. These presents are expected to bring nothing but joy and happiness. Unfortunately, that is not always the way it works. Sometimes, toys are dangerous and…

A recent front-page article in The Legal Intelligencer, the leading Pennsylvania daily newspaper covering the legal industry, discussed in detail the work Stewart Eisenberg and Josh Schwartz have done on behalf of their clients who allege they were sexually abused by Boy Scouts of America scoutmasters. The article focused on the impact…

Eisenberg Rothweiler Proudly Supports Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation, National Breast Cancer Coalition, Sandy Rollman Ovarian Cancer Foundation, and the Legal Clinic for the Disabled At Eisenberg Rothweiler, we are not shy about giving back to the people, communities, and organizations we serve and support. Four of the charitable organizations we…

On January 1, 2020, the Boy Scouts’ registration fee will almost double from $33 to $60 per scout. In a recent article, the New York Post attributed the increase to the sex abuse cases against the Boy Scouts, including former scouts represented by Eisenberg Rothweiler and the Abused in Scouting team. Abused in…

In an October 20 article about California extending its statute of limitations for sex abuse cases, the Los Angeles Times profiled one of Eisenberg Rothweiler’s clients who is preparing to sue the Boy Scouts of America. Our client alleges that he was sexually abused by his former assistant scoutmaster when…