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5When a loved one is catastrophically injured, your first concern is to get the best medical care. But you should also get the best legal team as soon as possible. After my daughter was paralyzed in a van accident, I was referred to Eisenberg Rothweiler....the next morning, Fred Eisenberg and Dan Sherry flew up to the hospital. Al Piro
5It was a difficult time for my wife and me, but you always assured us that you would do your best to make life more comfortable for us in the future - and YOU CAME THROUGH....We really appreciate the time and research you put into our case...You are more than lawyers - you are our friends. As a former Vietnam vet and Marine, I say to you "Semper Fi". Leo Leinheiser
As founder and senior partner of the firm, personal injury lawyer Stewart J. Eisenberg has represented victims of catastrophic injury and wrongful death for more than 35 years. He is one of the region’s most accomplished trial lawyers, with a long list of awards and recognition. Currently, he focuses most of his practice on car accident cases involving auto defects and issues of crashworthiness as well as medical malpractice. Over the course of his career, Stewart has investigated and litigated cases involving defective seatbelts, airbags, roofs, tires, and SUV rollovers. He also handles cases involving negligent emergency room doctors, negligence in the delivery room resulting in birth injuries and failure to diagnose cancer.
As a personal injury lawyer, Stewart is in a position to help those who face unimaginable tragedies. Furthermore, his litigation involving car accidents and auto defects has influenced the future of automotive safety. In fact, according to Stewart, attorneys who work on crashworthiness and auto defect cases are really car safety lawyers. As a Philadelphia injury lawyer, he helps keep car manufacturers honest by ensuring that they know someone is paying attention when defects cause preventable injuries and wrongful death. Among his other distinctions, Stewart has been recognized by The Best Lawyers in America for the areas of Medical Malpractice Law (2013 – present), Personal Injury Litigation (2014 – present) and Product Liability Litigation (2016 – present).
1976: Graduated cum laude from the University of Pennsylvania 1980: Received law degree from Temple University Beasley School of Law. While attending law school, he served on the Law Review and received the Barristers Award for Excellence in Trial Advocacy. He graduated in 1980 and passed the bar exam that same year. He also served as an adjunct professor and visiting presenter at Temple University Beasley School of Law. Stewart has lectured at more than 100 seminars and continuing education programs as well as publishing numerous articles. He has been a Visiting Lecturer at Temple University, Beasley School of Law for the LLM in Trial Advocacy Program. Additionally, Stewart was an Adjunct Professor of Law teaching Trial Advocacy to second year law students.
Mr. Eisenberg has attained many million- and multimillion-dollar settlements and verdicts for his clients, earning him membership in the prominent organization the Million Dollar Advocates Forum. Some of these include: $101 Million Dollar Settlement for victims of a parking garage collapse $55.3 Million Dollar Verdict for victim of a defective seat belt injury $6.8 Million Settlement for family members of a child who was killed in a truck accident involving a defective door latch $6.5 Million Settlement for a victim injured in a truck rollover accident
He has been featured in the publication “The Best Lawyers in America” and been recognized by groups including the Pennsylvania Association for Justice, the American Association for Justice and the National Trial Lawyers.
Call 888-644-4288 to contact Stewart Eisenberg and schedule your first consultation.
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