Zachary R. Fowler
Three Logan Square
1717 Arch Street, Suite 1310
Philadelphia, PA 19103
- Widener University School of Law, Cum Laude, 2012
- Susquehanna University, Cum Laude, 2009
- U.S District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania
- U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Pennsylvania
Zachary R. Fowler focuses his practice on insurance and medical malpractice defense, handling catastrophic loss cases throughout the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania from case inception through trial and appeal. Mr. Fowler has successfully tried personal injury trials and arbitrations as both lead and co-counsel. He also regularly advises clients on litigation avoidance strategies, conducts corporate investigations, and evaluates risk tolerance. Mr. Fowler formerly worked at defense firms in Allentown and Berwyn. In the 116th Congress, he served as Senior Counsel on Capitol Hill for a member of Congress.
Mr. Fowler has been selected as a “Rising Star” in the 2016, 2017, 2018, and 2022 editions of “Super Lawyers,” published in Philadelphia Magazine.
- Obtained dismissal of a lack of informed consent claim against a surgeon, arguing that the undisclosed alternative was neither reasonable nor accepted by the medical community.
- Obtained summary judgment on a landmark Facebook defamation case involving an issue of first impression, which was upheld on appeal to the Superior Court.
- Obtained summary judgment for an out-of-possession landlord in a trip and fall case, which was upheld on appeal to the Superior Court.
- Obtained defense verdict for a municipality in a trip and fall case on a city sidewalk.
- Obtained defense verdict at arbitration on behalf of an anesthesia practice group in a case involving a restrictive covenant.
- Obtained a no-causation defense verdict at arbitration in a rear end motor vehicle accident case.
- Co-tried and helped obtain defense verdict in a wrongful death case by invoking the Good Samaritan Act.
- Obtained class decertification on behalf of a manufacturer, which was sued for alleged consumer fraud in its country-of-origin advertising.
- Obtained an injunction on Election Day (2018) to keep a local precinct open after polls closed due to a fire that turned voters away.