It is with profound sadness that we must share with you that our firm’s founder, Jeffrey M. Kornblau, Esquire, passed away on November 11, 2013. Jeff was a champion of those less fortunate and a passionate trial attorney who had a deep and unending love and respect for his clients, colleagues and friends. He was also a loving and devoted husband, father, mentor and best friend to all.
Jeff inspired us all in his special way, and his legacy of relentless pursuit of justice will be carried forward by Kornblau, Kornblau & Solomon, his wife and law partners, Lynn Sare Kornblau, Gary Solomon, and their staff of dedicated attorneys. Please be assured that all of your cases and referrals are very important to us and to Jeff’s memory, and that they are and remain our top priority. Our business will not be interrupted and we will continue dedicated service of all of your needs.
To honor his memory, we much appreciate your support of a project to which Jeff had committed himself before he died----the building of an urgent care cancer center where people receiving cancer treatment in the Philadelphia area which has been our home for 33 years, may receive necessary or emergency care on evenings and weekends at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania. Contributions in Jeff's memory which may assist us in fulfilling this void in cancer care may be made to the Jeffrey M. Kornblau Memorial Fund, Abramson Cancer Center, 3535 Market Street, Suite 750, Philadelphia, PA 19104.
LYNN SARE KORNBLAU
Serving our Clients for over Twenty Years
Enhancing Dignity and Quality of Life~Improving Quality of Care
"A Delaware County jury awarded a mother of four and her husband more than $5 million after it found her dermatologist failed to timely diagnose a lesion on her cheek that turned out to be cancer and resulted in severe deformity of half of her face." - Legal Intelligencer, October 7, 2010
"A husband-and-wife attorney team from Montgomery County, Pa., has
secured the highest reported medical malpractice verdict in Lackawanna
County Common Pleas Court since 1999, when the same pair earned that
distinction." - Legal Intelligencer, November 20, 2008
$19.5 million verdict - Delay in Diagnosis of Breast Cancer in 40 year old woman
$4.75 million verdict - Failure to diagnose brain hemorrage in 70 year old man
$2.5 million verdict - wrong sided surgery
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