Nathan Murawsky is a Principal of the firm. Nate has represented injured persons in personal injury matters for over twenty-five years, and has obtained significant settlements and verdicts in the representation of his clients. His experience includes cases involving auto accidents, premises liability, medical malpractice, professional negligence, liquor liability, defective products and civil rights violations cases. Nate has tried dozens of cases to verdict in courts throughout Pennsylvania, New Jersey and the Federal Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania. Attorneys not only in the Philadelphia area but throughout central and eastern Pennsylvania refer their clients to Nate due to his vast experience in the courtroom.
Nate has also argued appeals before the Pennsylvania Supreme Court, Superior Court, the Third Circuit Court of Appeals and the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals. Most notably, Nate obtained a unanimous verdict from the Supreme Court in Nicolaou v. Martin, et. al., where the Supreme Court overturned a lower court’s dismissal of the case, finding that the financial ability of a person to obtain health coverage cannot be held against them. Additionally, in Wise v. HACH, et al., Nate successfully argued to redefine immunities provided to the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania under the Tort Claims Immunity Act. He has lectured in the areas of automobile and premises liability law, estate issues in wrongful death cases, appellate practice, and the impact of social media and information technology in personal injury actions. Nate currently is an officer for the Montgomery County Trial Lawyers, and served a three year term as an Executive Committee Member of the Philadelphia Bar Association’s Young Lawyer Division. As a result of his experience, knowledge, and reputation, the Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas approved Nate to sit as a settlement master for the Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas. In this role, he presides over settlement conferences for major cases in the Philadelphia Court system. A graduate of Brandeis University (1992), Nate earned his law degree from Villanova University School of Law in 1995.