We understand the needs of personal injury victims not just for today, but for the rest of their lives.

Stewart J. Eisenberg

1634 Spruce St
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

888-644-4288

Contact Stewart J. Eisenberg

Stewart J. Eisenberg and Eisenberg, Rothweiler, Winkler, Eisenberg & Jeck, P.C. welcome your questions.

See What Makes Eisenberg, Rothweiler, Winkler, Eisenberg & Jeck, P.C.Different

He is one of the region’s most accomplished trial lawyers, with a long list of awards and recognition.

Stewart J. Eisenberg Proudly Serves Clients In

Philadelphia

Main Office

1634 Spruce St Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Cherry Hill

1930 E Rte 70, Q-42 Cherry Hill, New Jersey
Just the Facts

Practice Areas

Personal Injury, Product Liability, Medical Malpractice

Profile

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).


Education


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.


Notable Victories


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


Awards, Distinctions, and Memberships


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.



  • The Best Lawyers in America: Medical Malpractice Law 2013 - Present

  • Pennsylvania Super Lawyer, SUPER LAWYERS®

  • Lawdragon

    • Best Plaintiff’s Lawyers



  • American Association For Justice

    • Top 100 Plaintiff’s Trial Lawyers



  • The National Trial Lawyers

    • Top 100 Trial Lawyer



  • Pennsylvania Trial Lawyers Association

    • Milton D. Rosenberg Award



  • Lawyers For Consumer Rights

    • Past President



  • Law Academy For The School District Of Philadelphia

    • Past President



  • American Board Of Trial Advocacy (ABOTA)

    • Associate Member



  • Attorney Information Exchange Group (AIEG) On Crashworthiness

    • Board Member



  • Pennsylvania Association For Justice

    • Past President



  • Philadelphia Trial Lawyers Association

    • Past President



  • Board Of Governors, American Association For Justice

    • Board Member



  • Louis D. Brandeis Law Society Foundation

    • Founding And Board Member



  • Philadelphia Volunteers For The Indigent Program (VIP)

    • Board Member



  • Lawyer’s Club Of Philadelphia

    • Board Of Directors




Call 888-644-4288 to contact Stewart Eisenberg and schedule your first consultation.

Verified listing Owner Verified Listing

Maps

Leave a Review

Reviews

Locations

Stewart J. Eisenberg

Main Office

1634 Spruce St
Philadelphia Pennsylvania

1930 E Rte 70 Q-42
Cherry Hill New Jersey
Video Blog

What Should I Say to the Insurance Company After a Car Accident?

Attorney Stewart Eisenberg | 888-644-4288 | Free Consult What should I say to the insurance company after a car accident? Stewart Eisenberg is a Philadelphia attorney with Eisenberg, Rothweiler, Winkler, Eisenberg & Jeck, P.... […]

Read more

Comparative Fault: When Both Parties Cause a Car Accident

Attorney Stewart Eisenberg | 888-644-4288 | Free Consult If a crash occurs between two people who both broke the law, who is responsible? Stewart Eisenberg is a Philadelphia attorney with Eisenberg, Rothweiler, Winkler, Eisenber... […]

Read more

Why Failure to Diagnose Cancer Could be Considered Medical Malpractice

Medical malpractice refers to any instance when a healthcare professional or medical provider deviates from the standard of care. The standard of care, in this case, essentially means any type of medical decision, treatment, or response that a medical professional in the same field with similar trai... […]

Read more

When Does it Cross the Line Into Medical Malpractice? Attorney Explains

Attorney Stewart Eisenberg | 888-644-4288 | Free Consult If something went wrong in a medical setting, was it medical malpractice? Or was it just an unsuccessful outcome of an operation? Stewart Eisenberg is a medical malpractic... […]

Read more

Who is Responsible for Car Accidents Involving Auto Defects?

Like any product liability case, defective vehicles or auto parts can cause severe damage to the unaware consumers who have purchased them or find them included in their vehicle. Common examples of auto defects include faulty airbags, seatbelts, tires, and brakes, as well as a tendency to roll over... […]

Read more

Why Should You Contact an Injury Attorney?

Attorney Stewart Eisenberg | 888-644-4288 | Free Consult It can be tempting to try and handle a personal injury claim on your own, but there are several significant factors that may affect your life after an injury that could make... […]

Read more

Takata Airbag Recall: New Safety Issue Threatens Millions of Vehicles

Attorney Stewart Eisenberg | 888-644-4288 | Free Consult "This is a new issue, a new problem with the airbags—Takata again—and many of the same vehicles are involved." For years Takata airbags have been the subject of recalls and personal injury claims. These claims... […]

Read more

Boy Scouts Sexual Abuse Lawsuits: What Are My Legal Options?

Attorney Stewart Eisenberg | 888-644-4288 | FREE Consult | No Fee Unless We Win With the help of attorney Stewart Eisenberg, over 1,300 survivors have sought recovery by filing Boy Scouts sexual abuse lawsuits. Several states have relaxed their statute... […]

Read more

Did a Defective Car Part Cause Your Accident?

Attorney Stewart Eisenberg | 888-644-4288 | FREE Consult | No Fee Unless You Win A defective car part can cause an accident, or make an accident much worse. If you suspect that a defective car part played a role in your car accide... […]

Read more

Millions STILL Haven’t Replaced Their Takata Airbags. Have You?

You may have heard about the Takata airbag recall from a few years ago. More than 150 vehicle models from 19 different automakers contain the airbags, which were reported to explode on days of high heat. The reason for this auto defect? To explain, it helps to understand how airbags work. Behind... […]

Read more

Blog

Why Failure to Diagnose Cancer Could be Considered Medical Malpractice

Why Failure to Diagnose Cancer Could be Considered Medical Malpractice

Medical malpractice refers to any instance when a healthcare professional or medical provider deviates from the standard of care. The standard of care, in this case, essentially means any type of medical decision, treatment, or response that a medical professional in the same field with similar training would reasonably do in the same situation. Medical malpractice occurs both through negligence and omission, and always results in injury to a patient either in the form of a new injury or the worsening of an old injury or condition. There are many types of medical malpractice, including doctor errors, bacterial infections, misdiagnosis, medical negligence, failure to diagnose, delay in diagno... […]

Who is Responsible for Car Accidents Involving Auto Defects?

Who is Responsible for Car Accidents Involving Auto Defects?

Like any product liability case, defective vehicles or auto parts can cause severe damage to the unaware consumers who have purchased them or find them included in their vehicle. Common examples of auto defects include faulty airbags, seatbelts, tires, and brakes, as well as a tendency to roll over when making turns. These and many more defects can create unsafe situations for the driver, passengers, and anyone sharing the road with them. Damages occurring as a result of an accident caused by an auto defect can include medical bills, rehabilitation costs, lost wages, and even wrongful death and funeral expenses. When an accident occurs due to an auto defect rather than negligent driving, it... […]

Millions STILL Haven’t Replaced Their Takata Airbags. Have You?

Millions STILL Haven’t Replaced Their Takata Airbags. Have You?

You may have heard about the Takata airbag recall from a few years ago. More than 150 vehicle models from 19 different automakers contain the airbags, which were reported to explode on days of high heat. The reason for this auto defect? To explain, it helps to understand how airbags work. Behind the airbag itself is a propulsion system that requires a chemical reaction. The chemicals work together to quickly inflate the bag with a gas. The problem occurs with the chemicals. An investigation revealed that this particular mix of chemicals was a poor choice. One chemical is prone to degrading over time its exposed to moisture and fluctuating temperatures. This degradation creates a volati... […]

UPDATE: Bills Challenge Pennsylvania Statute of Limitations for Victims of Sexual Assault

UPDATE: Bills Challenge Pennsylvania Statute of Limitations for Victims of Sexual Assault

What happens to victims who were sexually abused as children, and wish to seek justice as adults years later? A statute of limitations presents a roadbloack for that kind of case, and advocates for justice are encouraging the Pennsylvania Senate to amend these statutes. It was reported recently that deliberation returned back to the Senate in a dispute to offer victims that second chance to file lawsuits against perpetrators or institutions even outside the statute. This is largely to combat the fact that many defendants in cases like this end up covering up the wrongdoing foe fear of consequence. They cover it for so long that the statute of limitations effectively makes it so that there’s... […]

Proving Liability in a Defective Seat Belt Lawsuit

Proving Liability in a Defective Seat Belt Lawsuit

Many months and possibly years of investigation go into a defective seat belt lawsuit. An accusation against an auto manufacturer isn’t a light matter. This was the case for one lawsuit, which awarded $5,000,000 to a claimant who accused Honda Motor Company of negligence. After a low speed rollover, the man struck his head against the roof of the car, causing severe damage that eventually led to quadriplegia. The court decided that the seatbelt was responsible for this injury. When a seat belt doesn’t do the job it’s been designed to do, and it results in a serious injury, responsibility has to fall somewhere. Ultimately it falls on the manufacturer of defective auto parts, but it can also... […]