Nancy Winkler

Eisenberg, Rothweiler, Winkler, Eisenberg & Jeck, P.C.
1634 Spruce Street
Philadelphia, PA 19103

Nancy J. Winkler has represents individuals and their families in the litigation of complex personal injury matters
involving automobile defects, product liability, pharmaceutical liability, medical malpractice, toxic exposure,
construction accidents, falls and automobile accidents. Over the years, Ms. Winkler has been able to procure
multi-million dollar recoveries on behalf of her clients.

Nancy J. Winkler attended the Honor’s Program at Temple University where she received a Bachelor of Arts degree
magna cum laude in English and Economics. She received her Juris Doctor degree from Temple University School
of Law with an Award for Excellence in Civil Trial Advocacy. Nancy served on the Board of Directors of the
Philadelphia Trial Lawyers Association since 1998 and was honored to serve as President of the association from
2013-2014. Ms. Winkler also serves on the Board of Governors of the Pennsylvania Association for Justice and has
served as the Chair for Fund Development from 2004-2006 and again from 2008-2009. She is a member of local
and State bar associations in Pennsylvania and New Jersey and the American Association for Justice. She is
admitted to practice in the State and Federal Courts of both Pennsylvania and New Jersey. In 2008, she was
inducted as a Fellow of Litigation Counsel of America, which is a trial lawyer honor society, open to membership
by invitation only. Nancy is also a member of the Million Dollar Advocates Forum whose membership is limited
to those attorneys who have obtained million dollar settlements or verdicts for their clients.

Working hard to protect the rights of innocent victims has been at the heart of Ms. Winkler’s career. Nancy was
the recipient of the Philadelphia Trial Lawyers Association’s President’s Award in 2002 and 2013, in recognition of
her devotion to advancing the goals of the organization, defending the injured and protecting our civil justice
system. She is the only recipient to have received the President’s Award more than once. In 2009, Nancy received
the Pennsylvania Association for Justice Service Award in recognition of her extraordinary efforts, commitment
and distinguished service to the organization. Since 2005, she has been selected as a Super Lawyer by
Philadelphia Magazine. This distinction is limited to only 5% of the legal community in Pennsylvania. Since 2010
she has been selected as one of the Top 50 Women Attorneys in Pennsylvania. In 2017 Nancy was also selected
as one of the top 100 attorneys in Philadelphia. She has also been selected as one of the top 100 trial lawyers by
the National Trial Lawyers for since 2011. Nancy has also been selected as one of the Best Lawyers in America
since 2015 and was also distinguished as Best Lawyers “Lawyer of the Year” for Plaintiff’s Product Liability Litigation
in Philadelphia in 2018. Ms. Winkler has also been active in the Philadelphia Bar Association. She was appointed
Co-Chair for the Medical-Legal Committee for 2004 and over the years has investigated many judicial candidates
for the Commission for Judicial Selection and Retention.

Ms. Winkler believes in giving back to the legal community and is frequently invited to lecture for various groups
and organizations including lawyers, doctors, nurses and healthcare workers. She has lectured, and has written
articles and seminar materials on topics including various aspects of civil litigation, defective products,
professional negligence, and automobile law. She also co-authored a book entitled, "Pennsylvania Automobile
Litigation; Guidelines and Forms for the Trial Lawyer"; Third Edition.

Nancy also believes that it is important to provide representation to those who cannot otherwise afford it and has
taken on pro bono cases throughout the years. She has been recognized by the judiciary in Philadelphia as an
attorney whose pro bono work is exemplary. Ms. Winkler is also a member of the Hamilton Circle of the
Philadelphia Bar Foundation, making a commitment to contribute $10,000.00 over a ten year period to fund pro
bono services for needy Philadelphians. She has also been active in charitable organizations, including having
served on the Board of Directors of the Robin’s Nest Children Services and the Pennsylvania Brain Injury