Ernest J. Bernabei III
Ernest has been a practicing trial attorney for over 36 years. He has tried well over 200 cases to jury verdict in numerous state and federal courts in the areas of mass tort, construction, professional malpractice, general liability, and products liability. He has represented lawyers, physicians, architects, engineers, accountants, real estate, insurance professionals, health care organizations, carriers and self-insured corporations in courtrooms, mediations, as well as in an advisory role.
He has acted as a consultant to various Lloyds of London syndicates and served as regional counsel to several major corporations. Ernest has been retained to represent defense clients on a pro hac vice basis in high exposure cases throughout the United States. He is AV rated by Martindale-Hubbell and has been selected as a Pennsylvania Super Lawyer. Ernest is admitted to practice in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and the District of Columbia.
Ernest graduated with a BA from the University of Pennsylvania in 1982 and a JD from Dickinson School of Law in 1986 where he was a member of the Law Review.
Pennsylvania Bar Association
Philadelphia Bar Association
Professional Liability Underwriting Society
PMT news about Ernest J. Bernabei III
We are pleased to announce attorney Ernest J. Bernabei III has been promoted to Managing Partner of the Philadelphia office. Also, we congratulate Meaghan Mahon, who has been elevated to […]
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By Jeffrey D. Schulman and Ernest J. Bernabei III. When the Masks Come Off, and the Construction Lights Come on; What Employers Should Prepare For. In the first two days […]
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Managing Partner – Ernest J. Bernabei III
By Thomas M. Bona. Twenty years ago, Marc Pillinger, Jeff Miller, and Nick Tarallo started a law firm in a 750-square-foot office in Elmsford, NY. Their goal was simple: provide […]
By Thomas M. Bona. Everywhere you look, there seems to be construction. Construction is on the rise, from new office buildings in Manhattan to the Salina Mixed-Use Redevelopment in Syracuse […]