News About Our Philadelphia Personal Injury Law Firm

Eisenberg Rothweiler Proudly Supports Ms. Wheelchair USA and the MossRehab Aphasia Center

At Eisenberg Rothweiler, we are not shy about giving back to the communities and people we serve. Two of the charitable organizations we proudly support are Ms. Wheelchair USA and the MossRehab Aphasia Center. Our firm’s support of the Ohio-based Ms. Wheelchair USA organization began thanks to Katie Matelan. Katie’s family retained Eisenberg Rothweiler after Katie was paralyzed in a car accident in 1994 when she was a toddler. Katie’s…
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$25 Million Verdict Reached for Man Who Fell Through Skylight

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Attorneys Ken Rothweiler, Fred Eisenberg, and Todd Schoenhaus achieved a verdict in excess of $24.8 million for their clients, Michele Kalinowski and her husband Sean Kalinowski,  who was severely and permanently injured after falling through a skylight while working on a roof in Delaware County. The nearly four-week trial was held in the Philadelphia Common Court of Common Pleas before the Honorable Lisa Rau. After two days of deliberations, the jury of twelve reached…
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800 Boy Scouts of America Victims Allege Sexual Abuse Since Start of 2019

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Since the start of the year, an estimated 800 men have come forward to allege they were sexually abused as children while participating in Boy Scouts of America. The news was recently announced at a conference in Washington, only one day after attorney Stewart Eisenberg, the founder of Eisenberg, Rothweiler, Winkler, Eisenberg & Jeck, P.C., and a second attorney filed a lawsuit in Philadelphia on behalf of a 57-year-old man….
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Spotlight on Eisenberg Rothweiler Attorneys at the Pennsylvania Association for Justice’s 2019 Annual Retreat

Eisenberg, Rothweiler, Winkler, Eisenberg & Jeck attorneys were in the spotlight earlier this month at the Pennsylvania Association for Justice’s Annual Retreat in Hershey, Pennsylvania. On July 18, Ken Rothweiler received the prestigious Milton D. Rosenberg Award from the PAJ. The award recognizes the “trial lawyer whose devotion to injured victims, qualities of leadership, and service to the organization best represent the life of the late and revered past PAJ…
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Eisenberg Rothweiler Attorneys Successfully Fight Back Against Johnson & Johnson’s Efforts to Keep our Client’s Talc Case Out of Philadelphia Court

Last week, U.S. District Judge Mark Kearney of the Eastern District of Pennsylvania agreed with arguments made by our Nancy Winkler and Todd Schoenhaus and rejected Johnson & Johnson’s attempts to move our client’s Talc-related lawsuit to a federal bankruptcy court in Delaware. With Judge Kearney’s ruling, our client’s case will head back to state court in Philadelphia. This means that the case will almost certainly be the first talc-related…
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Stewart Eisenberg Interviewed by TIME Magazine Regarding Boy Scouts of America Sexual Abuse Scandal

“They will have to answer for all of these victims.”   Stewart Eisenberg was interviewed by TIME Magazine regarding allegations of sexual abuse against the Boy Scouts of America made by over 428 men and boys. Our firm represents many of these victims. You can read the Time Magazine article and watch Stewart’s interview here: These Men Say the Boy Scouts’ Sex Abuse Problem Is Worse Than Anyone Knew ….
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Philadelphia Assisted Living Center Sued by Family of Visually Impaired Resident Who Died After Leaving Facility Through an Allegedly Alarmed Door and Falling Approximately Two Stories onto Sidewalk

Pennsylvania regulators have identified three other recent incidents of residents leaving the Wesley Enhanced Living at Stapeley facility unaccompanied by staff members Philadelphia, Pa. – Two daughters of a 78-year-old visually impaired woman suffering from dementia who died in July 2018 after leaving the Wesley Enhanced Living at Stapeley assisted living center unattended and unsupervised through an alarmed door and who ultimately fell off a retaining wall approximately 15 feet…
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How Did a Tire Blowout Result in the Largest Amputation Settlement in the Nation?

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While driving her family in her Saturn Relay, a woman was forced off the road as a concrete mixer’s tire exploded. The tire blowout resulted in the tread becoming separated and left to dangerously remain on a busy highway. This led to the Saturn Relay crashing into the huge tread and eventually caused a rollover crash that left the woman’s daughter and granddaughter with serious injuries. The 7-month-old baby lost…
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Todd A. Schoenhaus Participates in Immigration Work Injury Podcast

Personal injury attorney Todd A. Schoenhaus was interviewed during a special podcast program for “The Who’s Who in Phillylabor Show” in Philadelphia, along with immigration attorney Ricky Palladino. The show aired on WWDB 860 AM on July 10. The show covered a range of topics relating to recent immigration news, immigration law, and personal injury lawsuits for workplace accidents involving immigrant or undocumented workers brought against those who caused the…
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Our Attorneys Named to Pennsylvania Super Lawyers and Pennsylvania Rising Stars

We are proud to announce that nine of our attorneys were named to Pennsylvania Super Lawyers and Pennsylvania Rising Stars in 2018.  Attorneys Stewart J. Eisenberg, Kenneth M. Rothweiler, Nancy J. Winkler, Fredric S. Eisenberg, Daniel Jeck, Joshua B. Schwartz, Todd A. Schoenhaus, Brian C. Hall and Daniel J. Sherry, Jr. made the list. This is the second year in a row where nine of our attorneys have been listed…
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