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Founding Partner, Stacey L. Schwartz*

NJ and PA Motorcycle Accident LawyerFirm founder, Stacey Schwartz, was an avid motorcycle rider who devoted his entire career to helping the injured and their families in personal injury matters. He was highly respected among his peers, having achieved some of the highest peer review ratings, including recognition as one of the top 100 Philadelphia personal injury lawyers.

*Though Mr. Schwartz is deceased, his dedication and passion for helping others lives on through the law firm of Schwartz and Blackman.

Notable Results

  • $4 Million Recovery – child severely injured due to negligent medication dosage
  • Multiple six and seven figure recoveries in premises liability, motorcycle accident and hospital medical malpractice cases

Industry Recognition

Professional Activities

  • Guest Lecturer, Trial Advocacy, Delaware Law School 1982-1995
  • Member, Board of Trustees of Hahnemann University Hospital, Likoff Cardiovascular Institute 1991-1993
  • Member Whitemarsh Township Planning Board 1985-1990

Education

  • Temple University, B.A. 1973
  • Temple University School of Law, J.D. 1976

Admission to Practice

  • Pennsylvania
  • New Jersey
  • U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit
  • U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania
  • District Court of New Jersey

The personal injury lawyers at Schwartz & Blackman handle cases in the Pennsylvania and New Jersey area, including:

  • PA: Berks County, Bucks County, Chester County, Delaware County, Montgomery County, Philadelphia County, Allentown, Lehigh Valley, Norristown, Philadelphia
  • NJ: Atlantic County, Burlington County, Camden County, Gloucester County, Mercer County, Middlesex County, Monmouth County, Camden, Cherry Hill, New Jersey shore cities

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    OUR OFFICES

    Pennsylvania Office
    The Pavilion
    261 Old York Rd., Suite 504
    Jenkintown, PA 19046
    Tel: (215) 925-4451
    Fax: (215) 574-1200

    New Jersey Office
    1415 Route 70 East
    Cherry Hill, NJ 08034
    Tel: (856) 427-0614
    Fax: (856) 424-3690

    Law Library

    Pennsylvania Car, Truck & Motorcycle Accident Law-Highway & Roadway Defect Cases

    Under Pennsylvania law, Commonwealth agencies such as the Department of Transportation or local agencies like the City of Philadelphia may be sued for roadway defects which either cause or contribute to a car, truck, motorcycle or bus accident. There are two laws...

    I was hit by a car walking across a street in Philadelphia. Do I have a case?

    Pedestrians often suffer very serious injuries in accidents and deserve fair and reasonable compensation for their injuries. Under Pennsylvania laws, pedestrians who are hit by cars or buses may make claims for injuries sustained as well as financial losses like...

    How do I know whether I have a medical malpractice case against a Philadelphia emergency room hospital?

    A: Many of the clients who come to Schwartz and Blackman to inquire about a potential medical malpractice claim do not know whether they have a valid claim against a Philadelphia area hospital or emergency room. Finding the answer requires the following general steps:...

    Can a hospital in New Jersey be held liable for a pharmacy error?

    A: Yes, under the laws of New Jersey, hospitals may be responsible for a hospital pharmacy error. Patients who are given incorrect medications or wrong dosages of medications may suffer severe adverse reactions, some of which are fatal, many of which result in serious...

    Car Accident Investigation – Liability of Other Parties

    In many car, motorcycle or truck accident cases, parties other than the drivers may be held liable for causing the accident. In serious and catastrophic car, motorcycle and truck accident cases, it is crucial to investigate the accident properly to determine...