Meet Our Managing Partners
I am Michael Monheit, the managing attorney for Monheit Law, located near Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Over the course of my legal career my firms have successfully prosecuted thousands of cases. I have a national reputation from chairing the AAJ Fosamax litigation group from 2007 to 2012 and from my involvement on the Plaintiff’s Steering and Executive Committee in the latex allergy litigation in MDL 1148.
Monheit Law serves individuals and families who have been injured by the negligence of others in Philadelphia, Delaware County, Chester County, Bucks County, and Montgomery County. Our office addresses are below.
Our firm is also active in national mass tort litigation where we are helping families and individuals from across the United States seek justice for defective drugs and products.
One of the core values I instill in every person who works at Monheit Law is that we treat every case as if it were our own. We know the emotions and feelings you are going through. We know you have many questions. We strive to keep you apprised of developments in your case, answer your calls and most importantly allay any fears and questions you have about your case.
From the moment you call, you will be treated with respect.
Thank you for considering us to represent you and/or your family. It is always a privilege to help those in need of justice.
Michael Monheit, Esq.
“I have been working since I was 14. I have probably held at least two dozen different jobs and I’ve seen people injured and hurt. One of the reasons I got involved with disability law is that I have a very good family friend who has been disabled his entire life, and I’ve seen how he’s struggled in order to keep working and try to work. When I was presented with the opportunity to get involved with what’s called “disability law,” I was really thrilled to be able to not only practice being an attorney, but helping other people who really need to know things about what their choices are, what they can do, and what their future may hold.”