Evan M. Padilla, Esq.

Evan is an aggressive, results oriented attorney who has litigated a litany of high profile and high value cases over the course of his career.  He has handled a wide variety of personal injury matters including construction accidents, injuries from defective products, medical malpractice, and premises liability claims. While the majority of his practice is dedicated to Pennsylvania and New Jersey, he has worked with matters referred to him by attorneys throughout the country on difficult, time intensive cases that other firms have turned down and achieved successful results for his clients.

In his time practicing law, Evan has represented clients in several high profile, catastrophic matters that have garnered media attention. He represented a plaintiff in the In re: Market Street Building Collapse matter, which settled for a collective $227 million after a five month liability trial in what is believed to be the largest personal injury settlement in Pennsylvania history.  Recently, along with firm co-founder Eric Zajac, he helped achieve a $2.26 million medical malpractice verdict against an incarcerated physician for the over prescription of opiate medication.  Evan also recently represented a victim of childhood sexual abuse at the hands of doctor, resolving the case at mediation for $2.25 million.

Evan is a graduate of Villanova University Law School and received his undergraduate degree from Boston College.  He is a lifelong resident of the Philadelphia area and when not practicing law enjoys spending time with his wife Calli and son William.

Bar Admissions:  Pennsylvania, New Jersey, United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, District of New Jersey

Representative matters:

$2.26 million verdict in medical malpractice matter (co-counsel with Eric G. Zajac) in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

$2.25 million settlement for childhood sexual abuse in Manhattan, New York

$600,000 settlement for construction accident in Morris County, New Jersey

$450,000 settlement for construction accident in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania