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Nancy J. Winkler

1634 Spruce St
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

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It takes a specific mindset, specialized skills and substantial resources. The types of cases we handle are not the average personal injury. They involve severe, permanent injuries topeople that radically affect their lives forever, or in some instances, even cause their death.

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Product Liability, Medical Malpractice, Birth Injury

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For over 30 years, personal injury attorney Nancy J. Winkler has represented individuals and their families in litigation regarding a wide range of complex legal matters. As a result, she has recovered millions of dollars in successful verdicts and settlements. At the heart of her career is a personal dedication to protecting the rights of innocent victims. In recognition of her work, The Best Lawyers in America includes Nancy on its lists of top lawyers in Personal Injury Litigation (2015 – present) and Product Liability Litigation (2015 – present). She is also listed in the Best Lawyers Business Edition, Women in Law 2017 for both Plaintiff’s Personal Injury Litigation and Product Liability Litigation in Philadelphia.


Education and Personal Injury Law Experience


Nancy attended the Honors Program at Temple University, where she received a Bachelor of Arts degree, magna cum laude, in English and Economics. She then earned her Juris Doctor degree from Temple University School of Law, with an Award for Excellence in Civil Trial Advocacy. Since then, Nancy has served on the Board of Directors of the Philadelphia Trial Lawyers Association and as the Association’s President from 2013 to 2014. She has also served on the Board of Governors of the Pennsylvania Association for Justice and has been active in the Philadelphia Bar Association, appointed Co-Chair for the Medical-Legal Committee for 2004. Through the years, she has investigated many judicial candidates for the Commission for Judicial Selection and Retention. As a partner at Eisenberg, Rothweiler, Winkler, Eisenberg & Jeck, P.C., Nancy concentrates her practice on catastrophic injury cases. These include medical malpractice, auto defects, product liability, construction accidents, and premises liability cases, including unsafe swimming pools. Through her work, she has influenced companies in various industries to be more safety conscious and to implement and adhere to more rigid safety standards. Nancy values a team approach and hard work. She investigates each case thoroughly, treating her clients with respect and compassion, working to help put families’ lives back together as much as possible after a catastrophic accident. For Nancy, being a personal injury attorney allows her to be an advocate for people when things that should never happen sometimes do.


Charitable Work and Community Activism


In addition to her other responsibilities, Nancy believes in giving back to the community. She lectures for various groups and organizations, including lawyers, doctors, nurses and healthcare workers. She has written articles and seminars on topics including civil litigation, defective products, professional negligence and automobile law. Additionally, she has been active in charitable organizations such as Robin’s Nest Children Services and the Pennsylvania Brain Injury Association. Nancy has also taken on many pro bono cases throughout the years, to represent those who could not otherwise afford an attorney.

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Interview: Traumatic Birth and Medical Malpractice

Delivering a child is an extremely delicate process. Even a small mistake during the delivery process can cause lifelong complications for the child. In this interview, attorney Nancy Winkler explains the difference between something going wrong during childbirth and medical malpractice leading t... […]

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What if My Medication is Recalled?

If a drug company realizes that their medication is causing harmful effects, it could issue a recall. Make sure to pay attention to these recalls, as it could have serious implications for your health. What Are the Different Types of Drug Recalls? When the quality or safety of a drug has been compro... […]

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Interview: Emergency Room Malpractice

Mistakes made in the emergency room can have disastrous consequences. Asked injury attorney Nancy Winkler about emergency room malpractice, doctor error, and surgical errors, and what victims can do about it. Topics covered in th... […]

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Will Congress Finally Regulate Johnson & Johnson Baby Powder?

Johnson & Johnson is still facing quite a bit of legal heat over its alleged connection to ovarian cancer. Many lawsuits a mounting pile of evidence suggests a link between ovarian cancer and the use of baby powder—or to be more exact, talcum powder. This was brought to the attention of Congress... […]

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Update on Johnson & Johnson Ovarian Cancer Lawsuits

Nancy Winkler can be reached at 888-644-4288. Last year, we covered the cases involving victims of ovarian cancer filing suit against Johnson & Johnson over the alleged connection between talc in their products and the development of cancer. We recently spoke to attorney Nancy Winkler to disc... […]

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How a Lawsuit Can Change Policies

Harmful rules, policies, and laws won't change by themselves. Only by seeking justice through the legal system can we change things for the better. In this video, Nancy Winkler describes a tragic case of a death at an assisted living facility. After the lawsuit, the facility changed how they respon... […]

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"Rock of the Family" Lost Due to Medical Malpractice and Myocardial Infarction

A doctor failed to read a man's EKG after surgery. As a result, the patient sustained a myocardial infarction. This eventually proved fatal. A failure to diagnose a condition, as well as a misdiagnosis, can have permanent and fatal effects. The family members of lost loved ones have the right to se... […]

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Medical Malpractice: Radiology Errors

When a dangerous symptom slips through the cracks of the hospital system, medical malpractice can occur. We expect our medical staff to notice these red flags and act accordingly. In this video, Nancy Winkler explains a case she handled where a radiologist misread an X-ray and failed to diagnose ca... […]

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Johnson & Johnson Stock Drops After Called Out (Again) About Asbestos in Baby Powder

[caption id="attachment_1079123" align="alignright" width="300"] white talcum powder on the wood floor[/caption] A special report from Reuters came out on Friday, December 14, 2018, about Johnson & Johnson regarding a dangerous product they have been selling for decades—baby powder. The r... […]

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Did Talcum Powder Cause Ovarian Cancer in Women?

Does Johnson & Johnson Baby Powder Cause Ovarian Cancer? Studies have shown a connection between talcum powder and ovarian cancer. Some women who used products containing talc, such as Johnson & Johnson baby powder, later developed ovarian cancer. Attorney Nancy Winkler has represented some... […]

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What if My Medication is Recalled?

What if My Medication is Recalled?

If a drug company realizes that their medication is causing harmful effects, it could issue a recall. Make sure to pay attention to these recalls, as it could have serious implications for your health. What Are the Different Types of Drug Recalls? When the quality or safety of a drug has been compromised in accordance with the standards of the FDA, by law a company must recall the medication. This could include anything such as packaging and labeling, of course. So take note that we use the word legally very explicitly here. There are several classes of recall, however: Class III Recall This is the most common type of pharmaceutical recall. As mentioned a bit earlier here, even a drug no... […]

Will Congress Finally Regulate Johnson & Johnson Baby Powder?

Will Congress Finally Regulate Johnson & Johnson Baby Powder?

Johnson & Johnson is still facing quite a bit of legal heat over its alleged connection to ovarian cancer. Many lawsuits a mounting pile of evidence suggests a link between ovarian cancer and the use of baby powder—or to be more exact, talcum powder. This was brought to the attention of Congress via the House Oversight Committee’s subcommittee on Economic and Consumer Policy, targeting the potential health hazard of talc, the primary ingredient present in J&J’s baby powder. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TFXC6XwaOA8 What Are the Dangers of Johnson & Johnson Baby Powder? Since 1970, in fact, issues with asbestos contamination brought on multiple lawsuits as a result with wom... […]

Johnson & Johnson Stock Drops After Called Out (Again) About Asbestos in Baby Powder

Johnson & Johnson Stock Drops After Called Out (Again) About Asbestos in Baby Powder

[caption id="attachment_1079123" align="alignright" width="300"] white talcum powder on the wood floor[/caption] A special report from Reuters came out on Friday, December 14, 2018, about Johnson & Johnson regarding a dangerous product they have been selling for decades—baby powder. The report is about the company’s stubborn denial that there could be asbestos in the talc that they use for this product. This has been a problem they have fought with since the 60s. However, this particular report caused quite an impact on the company and caused their stock to drop 10%, which is no small number. Several days later, their stock is still down, their denials continue, and they are playi... […]

Baby Powder and Ovarian Cancer: How Can a Lawsuit Help?

Baby Powder and Ovarian Cancer: How Can a Lawsuit Help?

Talcum powder, also known as baby powder or talc powder, has been linked to ovarian cancer. Nancy Winkler is an injury lawyer in Philadelphia who is helping women impacted by this product seek justice. In this video, she explains how a lawsuit can help compensate for your losses and medical costs, but it does more than that. It sends a message to manufacturers of dangerous products that this type of negligence is unacceptable, and it sends a message to women saying: do not use this product. Nancy Winkler is a partner at Eisenberg, Rothweiler, Winkler, Eisenberg & Jeck, P.C. Contact her now by calling 888-644-4288. Baby Powder and Ovarian Cancer: How Can a Lawsuit Help? https://youtu... […]

How Does Talcum Powder Pose a Threat to Women’s Health?

How Does Talcum Powder Pose a Threat to Women’s Health?

A St. Louis jury awarded 22 women $4.69 billion in compensatory and punitive damages after evidence showed that Johnson & Johnson talc powder products may have caused their ovarian cancer. But how did talcum powder products cause the disease that hurt these women? Here’s more information that could help you understand why this common hygiene product can be dangerous. The Dangers of Talcum Powder Products Since the 1970s, talcum powder products have been suspected of being a health hazard for women. Researchers believe these products are contaminated with harmful materials like heavy metals and asbestos. This contamination, and the talc minerals, have been linked to inflammation in th... […]

Is Talcum Powder Related to Ovarian Cancer?

Is Talcum Powder Related to Ovarian Cancer?

Yes, a court showed it believed that it does and awarded 22 women with ovarian cancer $4 billion in punitive damages. Is talcum powder related to ovarian cancer? In July 2018, the court showed it believed that it does and awarded 22 women with ovarian cancer in a multiple plaintiff mass tort lawsuit against Johnson & Johnson (J&J). The payout was massive: $4 billion in punitive damages and $550 million in compensatory damages. Unfortunately, 6 of the 22 women that filed had died by the time the verdict was read. But J&J is fighting back to appeal the ruling, despite growing research that links talc and ovarian cancer. One victim’s attorney, Mark Lanier, has reported that J&J... […]