Stewart Eisenberg Establishes Law Scholarship

Stewart Eisenberg’s pledge has established the Trial Lawyer Scholarship Fund at his Alma Mater, Temple Law.

$1.7 Million Recovery for Woman with Spinal Infection

Eisenberg, Rothweiler attorneys, Kenneth Rothweiler and Brian Hall have reached a $1. When the MRI was finally conducted, four days after entering the emergency room, and two days after one was prescribed, an infection was discovered on the patient’s spine which was placing significant pressure on her spinal column.

$1.8 Million Verdict for Failure to Diagnose Pneumonia

Philadelphia medical malpractice attorney, Brian C. Hall, secured a $1,800,000 verdict for the failure to timely diagnose and treat pneumonia caused by a fungus. Upon the completion of her steroid regimen, the plaintiff developed a cough and a fever and visited her family doctor.

$1.45 Million Recovered for Two Men Severely Injured by Defective Machine

Nancy Winkler represented two men who were severely and permanently injured by defective machinery at a local factory. Having little experience in changing the roll unassisted by a supervisor, the 35 year old misunderstood how to specifically carry out the dangerous task of changing the 1,200 pound roll.

Brian C. Hall, Esq. Elected President of Media Borough Council

of Eisenberg, Rothweiler, Winkler, Eisenberg, & Jeck, P. C. , to serve as its President. As coordinator of the firm’s pro bono program, Hall has performed community service representations for those involved in automobile negligence and premises liability cases.

Case Filed in Manhattan for Young Girl Tragically Injured in Accident

Attorneys Fredric Eisenberg and Stewart Eisenberg recently filed a case in The Supreme Court of the State of New York, New York County on behalf of Valerie Piro and her parents. As a result of the accident, Valerie suffered a C-7 burst fracture and is paralyzed from the chest down.

Lack of Escape Hatch Contributes to Tractor Operator’s Death

semi truck accident

recently initiated a product liability case against a major trucking company and a commercial tractor manufacturer regarding a man’s tragic death.

Major Drug Manufacturer Voluntarily Recalls Generic Drugs

Actavis Totowa, a major generic drug manufacturer, is voluntarily recalling all products manufactured at its Little Falls, New Jersey plant. 5 mg and 5 mg capsules Vitacon Forte capsules Loxapine 5 mg, 10 mg, 25 mg, and 50 mg capsules Vitaplex Plus tablets Meclizine Chewable 25 mg tablets Vitaplex tablets (FC) Meloxicam 7.

Nancy J. Winkler Files Civil Rights Lawsuit against state of New Jersey and its Department of Human Services

Nancy J. Winkler has filed a complaint with the U. S. District Court asserting that the State of New Jersey failed to address the systemic abuse at the New Lisbon Developmental Center. The Civil Rights action against the State of New Jersey and its Department of Human Services (DHS) declares that they subjected her client, Mr. Hollis, to inhumane living conditions that resulted in his wrongful and untimely death from extreme hypothermia at the Burlington County facility in December 2009. “