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What is chest pain?

Learn how chest pain is properly treated in the emergency room from attorney and former nurse, Catherine Rothenberger.

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Partner Robert N. Hunn to Speak at “Career Day” for Second Year in a Row

April 10, 2014

After giving an inspiring presentation last year about what it’s like to be a trial lawyer, Partner Robert N. Hunn was invited back to Wissahickon Middle School to speak to 8th grade students at the annual “Career Day” event. Read more »


Legal Intelligencer Releases Annual Diversity Survey

April 9, 2014

Every year, the Legal Intelligencer surveys local plaintiff’s law firms about their commitment to and progress towards maintaining diverse staffs. Read more »

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The Five-Second Rule: Truth or Fiction?

April 14, 2014

Kolsby Gordon attorney and former nurse, Catherine Rothenberger, examines whether it's actually safe to eat food that's been on the floor for less than five seconds. Read more »


Courting Justice: Hey GM—Do the Right Thing

April 2, 2014

Attorney Robert N. Hunn shares his thoughts on General Motors' recent recall and why the auto-manufacturer should create a victim compensation fund. Read more »

Significant Verdicts and Settlements

Medical malpractice victim harmed during surgery receives $10 million

During an elective upper endoscopy, the surgical team failed to ensure that the patient was appropriately oxygenated. As a result of this asphyxiation, the patient suffered irreversible brain damage.

$29.6 million for victims injured in the historic Pier 34 collapse.

James Foerstner was part of a team of attorneys who recovered a multimillion dollar settlement for the victims who were injured or killed when the pier collapsed as the result of improper upkeep to the pier’s foundation.

Teen who suffered catastrophic brain damage awarded $18.5 million

A 15-year-old boy was brought to the hospital after suffering injuries in a motor vehicle collision. Because a surgeon failed to perform necessary brain surgery in a timely manner, the young man suffered catastrophic brain damage.

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