Jules Zacher, Esquire is a sole practitioner engaged in the practice of law since 1974 in state and federal court in Pennsylvania. He has represented plaintiffs in personal injury lawsuits which have included damages because of children being poisoned by lead paint, workers being injured on construction sites, persons injured in motor vehicle accidents, and medical providers not being paid by insurance companies. Mr. Zacher received his law degree at Temple University in 1974, as well as a masters degree in economics from Temple in 1970. Mr. Zacher has taken non degree course work at Princeton University’s Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs. He received his undergraduate degree from the University of Pittsburgh in 1964.
Mr. Zacher’s legal career has included working as a trial lawyer in one of the premier personal injury law firms in the nation prior to starting his own firm. He has been active in community affairs in the Greys Ferry area of Philadelphia. As of August, 2006, he serves on the Board of Directors of the Council for a Livable World, the Board of Trustees of the Morning Harbor Association, and is a member of various committees at the Philadelphia Racquet Club. He is an avid reader of non-fiction, has lived and worked in Paris, France and Budapest, Hungary, and plays court tennis. He was born in 1942 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.