Major news outlets, including The Philadelphia Inquirer, CNN, The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, ABC News, TIME, The Washington Post, and the Los Angeles Times have spotlighted numerous cases we have successfully litigated, including the historic victory for childhood sexual abuse survivors against Boy Scouts of America and the Glen Mills mass tort case.
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World-Class Legal Representation from Award-Winning Pennsylvania Injury Lawyers

Eisenberg, Rothweiler, Winkler, Eisenberg & Jeck, P.C. is one of the nation’s and Pennsylvania’s leading personal injury firms, known for our unwavering ability to go up against the toughest defendants and secure record-setting results. We represent catastrophically injured clients, medical malpractice victims, sexual abuse survivors, and individuals who have been seriously injured by dangerous products. Through our diligent legal representation, we have obtained some of the highest verdicts and settlements for our clients against major corporations, leading hospitals, and well-known organizations. To date, we have recovered more than $4 billion for our clients, including many multimillion-dollar recoveries.

At Eisenberg, Rothweiler, Winkler, Eisenberg & Jeck, P.C., we believe that every member of our hand-selected team has contributed to our success. Along with the over $4 billion in compensation we have recovered for clients, we have also formed lasting relationships with clients, educated other lawyers, contributed to pro bono and charitable causes, and fought to bring about needed societal change. Through our tenacious advocacy efforts, we have secured some of the most significant awards for personal injury victims, including the $265 million Amtrak Train No. 188 derailment and over $2.4 billion settlement in the Boy Scouts sex abuse case. If someone else’s negligence has seriously injured you, we urge you to contact us today. We are here for life’s toughest trials.

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