Robert Ewing is one of the area’s top litigators.
Mr. Ewing was a highly decorated police officer and an FBI trained hostage negotiator whose exploits included being on the negotiation team when multi-millionaire John DuPont murdered Olympic wrestler Mark Schultz. Mr. Ewing uses his negotiation this experience to help his many clients in his civil litigation practice. Such negotiations are successful because Mr. Ewing has over thirty (30) years of courtroom and appellate experience that can be used to back up any demand. He has prevailed in cases all the way to the Pennsylvania Supreme Court. Negotiations work best when the other side understands the risk involved in opposing a seasoned litigator. Insurance companies that refuse to bargain in good faith have often found themselves on the wrong side of large jury awards.
- Pennsylvania Nat. Mut. Cas. Ins. Co. v. Johnson, 82 Pa. D. & C.4th 23,PaCom.Pl. (2007); ($8,500,000 insurance bad faith award)
- Gargano v. Terminix International Co., L.P., 784 A.2d 188 (Pa.Super. 2001)
- Commonwealth of Pennsylvania v. J.H., 563 Pa. 248, 759 A.2d 1269 (Pa. 2000)
- Erie Insurance Exchange v. Muff, et al, 851 A.2d 919 (Pa. Super. 2004)
PA Locations Served
Counties, Towns and Municipalities:
- Bala Cynwyd
- Birmingham, Boothwyn
- Chester Heights
- Chadds Ford
- Crum Lynne