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This is testimony on You Tube before the City Council of Philadelphia Pennsylvania by Rhonda Hill Wilson, Esquire to support Free Juror Day Care in the Philadelphia Court System in furtherance of a diverse and fair jury pool.
Attorney Rhonda Hill Wilson was recently elected to the Senior Law Center Board of Directors in Philadelphia
Attorney Rhonda Hill Wilson presented at the Boardwalk Seminar - "Preserving your Appeal" for the New Jersey Association for Justice
Attorney Rhonda Hill Wilson granted new trial against nursing home for corporate negligence.
Attorney Rhonda Hill Wilson discusses long-term care litigation trends in The Legal Intelligencer.
Rhonda Hill Wilson, Esquire, selected Program Director and also presented at the Pennsylvania Bar Institute on the following topic: "How a Litigation Notebook Can Help You Win!"
Attorney Rhonda Hill Wilson appointed to serve on the Pennsylvania Intergovernmental Cooperation Authority Board.
Rhonda Hill Wilson, Esquire, presented at the Pennsylvania Bar Institute on the topic of "Taking & Defending Depositions".
Rhonda Hill Wilson featured in The Philadelphia Tribune as a recipient of the Diverse Attorney Award!
Check out Rhonda Hill Wilson's profile in The Legal Intelligencer's Diversity Supplement!
The Law Offices of Rhonda Hill Wilson joins the Drexel University Earle Mack School of Law Co-Op Program.
Attorney Rhonda Hill Wilson participates in Drexel University's annual Breaking Down the Walls community outreach program.
This program is organized by women of diverse backgrounds to encourage interaction between women of different classes and life experiences. Ms. Hill Wilson is excited about this opportunity to mentor young women.
Read the latest report from the American Association for Justice and learn how trial lawyers work hard to protect the public. Driven to Safety: How Litigation Spurred Auto Safety Innovations.
Rhonda Hill Wilson is honored as an outstanding minority attorney by The Legal Intelligencer for its Diverse Attorneys of the Year award.
Rhonda Hill Wilson, along with 12 other distinguished law and justice professionals, is selected to serve as a scoring judge in the 2010 John S. Bradway High School Mock Trial Competition.
Since January, 46 high school teams have been competing for the Philadelphia Championship. The winner will represent southeastern Pennsylvania in the state competition, vying for the opportunity to compete at the national level.
UPDATE: Rhonda Hill-Wilson recognized as one of the most notable participants in the Temple Law Education and Participation Project (LEAP) by the Philadelphia Bar Reporter.
Rhonda Hill Wilson speaks as Part of the Widener Law School Local Leaders Series.
Philadelphia trial attorney Rhonda Hill-Wilson elected Treasurer of the American Association for Justice, the world's largest trial bar, at the organization's annual convention. Coverage by the Philadelphia Inquirer and by Philly.com.
VIDEO: Check out Rhonda Hill Wilson in service to the City of Philadelphia!
Don't miss seeing Rhonda Hill Wilson at the following upcoming events:
- American Association for Justice Annual Convention in July 2010 Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Philadelphia personal injury attorney, Rhonda Hill Wilson, was appointed to serve on the governing board of the Philadelphia Regional Port Authority. Coverage from the Philadelphia Business Journal, The Philadelphia Inquirer, The Legal Intelligencer, CityBizList.com and Attorney Newswire.
Rhonda Hill Wilson spoke on the Practical Aspect of Personal Injury Depositions at the PBEC Center of the Pennsylvania Bar Institute in Philadelphia on December 8, 2009.
Attorney Rhonda Hill Wilson served as the co-chair for The Salvation Army of Greater Philadelphia's Luncheon for the Ray and Joan Kroc Corps Community Center on September 16, 2009.
Rhonda Hill Wilson received the American Association for Justice Distinguished Service Award 2009 at the organization's Annual Convention. The AAJ Women's Caucus also honored Hill Wilson with the Marie Lambert Award. Coverage from the Philadelphia Bar Reporter.
Personal injury attorney, Rhonda Hill Wilson, was recently elected to serve as the Parliamentarian for the American Association for Justice. She was also appointed to serve as the organization's Diversity Taskforce Chair. Coverage from the Philadelphia Bar Reporter, The Legal Intelligencer and the Main Line Times.
Rhonda Hill Wilson spoke on the topic of "Using the Power of 'I' to Win Your Case" to the Minority Caucus during the American Association for Justice's Annual Convention in San Francisco.
Rhonda Hill Wilson spoke on Selecting, Investigating, Evaluating, Settling Personal Injury Cases at the Pennsylvania Bar Institute in Philadelphia.
Trial Attorney Maureen Hailey joins The Law Offices of Rhonda Hill Wilson, P.C. Coverage by the Pennsylvania Lawyer.
Rhonda Hill Wilson taught trial techniques through an American Association for Justice educational program at Harvard Law School in March 2009.
Rhonda Hill Wilson, Philadelphia-area chair for the "A Mind Is" Annual Giving Society, served as vice-chair for the United Negro College Fund's first Yesterday for Tomorrow - A Celebration for Black History Reception. Coverage in The Legal Intelligencer.
Rhonda Hill Wilson speaks to the topic of race relations after Obama on It's Your Call with Lynn Doyle (Philadelphia region air dates: February 1, 2 and 3, 2009).
February 25, 2008
December 28, 2007
Philadelphia Business Journal reports on fundraiser, "Homestyle fundraiser collects $20K for black college fund" for the United Negro College Fund hosted by Rhonda Hill Wilson.
October 5-11, 2007
October 4, 2007
The Legal Intelligencer "In The News" announces Rhonda Hill Wilson's new appointments with the American Association for Justice and the Public Justice Foundation.
September 12, 2007
Fundraiser for the United Negro College Fund hosted by Rhonda Hill Wilson.
September 9, 2007
CN8's "It's Your Call with Lynn Doyle" features Attorney Rhonda Hill Wilson. Ms. Hill Wilson commented on the issue of derogatory lyrics in rap and hip-hop music, and the effects these lyrics have on our youth today.
"It's Your Call with Lynn Doyle," talk show on The Comcast Network's CN8,
April 30, 2007
Philly.com presents Rhonda Hill Wilson as Woman of the Week. Rhonda Hill Wilson, Attorney at Law/Owner The Law Office of Rhonda Hill Wilson, PC, Radio Host: "Truth Rising," on WURD, 900 AM speaks to Marilyn Russell
February 21-28, 2007
CN8's "It's Your Call with Lynn Doyle" features Attorney Rhonda Hill Wilson. Ms. Hill Wilson commented on whether Martin Luther King Jr.'s dream was still alive today. She also discussed the progress and the work that still needs to be done in the African American community in order to truly fulfill Martin Luther King Jr.'s dream.
"It's Your Call with Lynn Doyle," talk show on The Comcast Network's CN8, January 15, 2007
Philadelphia Inquirer presents Rhonda Hill Wilson as Employee of the Week.
October 1, 2006
Legal Intelligencer "In The News" announces Rhonda Hill Wilson's new appointments with the American Association for Justice and the National College of Advocacy.
September 15, 2006
Attorney Rhonda Hill Wilson mentioned as a speaker in The Legal Intelligencer, "In the News." Ms. Hill Wilson spoke at the ATLA Annual Convention in Seattle, Washington this summer on the topic: Who is your Client: Ethical Issues in Nursing Home Cases
September 5, 2006
CN8's "It's Your Call with Lynn Doyle" hosts Attorneys Rhonda Hill Wilson and Heather Hansen. Ms. Hill Wilson and Ms. Hansen commented on the legal implications of a heartbreaking case of mistaken identities in the wake of a deadly April 26, 2006, car crash. The families of one crash survivor and one young woman who died in the accident did not discover the coroner mix-up until late May, when the survivor regained consciousness.
"It's Your Call with Lynn Doyle," talk show on The Comcast Network's CN8 June 5, 2006.
Attorney Rhonda Hill Wilson featured in The Legal Intelligencer roundtable discussion, "Women in the Profession." A group of experienced lawyers convened on April 11, 2006, to discuss women and the practice of law, workplace issues and the task of balancing a career with life outside of work.
May 16, 2006
Rhonda Hill Wilson, Esq., co-sponsors educational youth bus trip to Baltimore. Coverage byScoop USA. State Rep. Ronald G. Waters, D-Phila./Delaware, and Ms. Wilson co-sponsored an educational youth bus trip to Baltimore to inform students about African American history and culture.
May 12, 2006
Tenet HealthCare: We're Watching You — South Carolina's Heraldonline.com, The Buzz. A heart-wrenching medical malpractice lawsuit handled by plaintiff's attorney Rhonda Hill Wilson caught the attention of posters on a South Carolina newspaper's community journalism and blog forums. One scathing post took Tenet HealthCare Corporation to task for a Hahnemann University Hospital procedure that left Ms. Wilson's client, a now-35-year-old mother of four, in a vegetative state.
Heraldonline.com May 11, 2006
Emotional medical malpractice case settled by lawyer Rhonda Hill Wilson featured on "NBC10 at Five" News Broadcast. A settlement was reached in an emotional cesarean section malpractice lawsuit against Tenet HealthCare Corporation's Hahnemann University Hospital. Rhonda Hill Wilson, family attorney, talked about the case, which settled on the day the matter was set to go to trial.
NBC10 News May 3, 2006
"Good Day Philadelphia" examined medical malpractice and patient safety after plaintiffs lawyer Rhonda Hill Wilson settled a lawsuit against Hahnemann University Hospital. In a discussion on patient safety, FOX Television's "Good Day Philadelphia" focused on a 2003 routine surgical procedure that went horribly wrong, ending in a lawsuit handled by Ms. Wilson. Ms. Wilson settled the matter in which a then-32-year-old mother of four entered Hahnemann University Hospital for a cesarean section and left in a vegetative state due to an alleged pattern of inattention to patient safety.
WTXF-TV Channel 29 (FOX) Philadelphia May 3, 2006
Attorney Rhonda Hill Wilson secures settlement after debilitating Cesarean section: NBC4 News, Nevada. Rosalyn Patterson, now 35, suffered massive brain damage from blood loss after undergoing a cesarean section at Hahnemann University Hospital in the birth of her fourth child. Philadelphia lawyer Rhonda Hill Wilson, Esq., settled the case that Patterson and her husband, Victor Walthour, filed against the owner and operator of the hospital, Tenet HealthSystem Hahnemann, LLC.
Channel 4 KRNV.com May 3, 2006
Philadelphia Personal Injury Lawyer Rhonda Hill Wilson settles lawsuit after Cesarean section leaves mother of four in vegetative state: FOX Carolina News Coverage. The family of a vibrant 32-year-old Philadelphia mother who went into the hospital to give birth to her fourth child, and left in a vegetative state, reached an out-of-court settlement with the owner and operator of the hospital, Tenet HealthSystem Hahnemann, LLC. Ms. Wilson represented the victim and her husband in the lawsuit.
WHNS-TV: FOX Carolina "The Ten O'Clock News" May 3, 2006
Frightening medical malpractice case settled by Attorney Rhonda Hill Wilson featured on Wilmington, NC, ABC Affiliate. A 35-year-old woman and her husband reached a settlement in a frightening cesarean section malpractice lawsuit against Tenet HealthCare Corporation's Hahnemann University Hospital. Ms. Wilson represented the plaintiffs in the matter.
WWAY-TV Channel 3 (ABC) May 3, 2006
FOX 29's "Ten O'Clock News" covers medical negligence lawsuit settled by Attorney Rhonda Hill Wilson. Hahnemann University Hospital settled a medical malpractice lawsuit with a family that was devastated after the delivery of their fourth child. In 2003, Rosalyn Patterson went into the hospital for the delivery — a cesarean section — and left in a vegetative state after suffering cardiac arrest.
WTXF-TV Channel 29 (FOX) Philadelphia May 2, 2006
Philadelphia Lawyer Rhonda Hill Wilson secures settlement after Cesarean section gone wrong: Channel 6 Action News Philadelphia. A confidential settlement was reached in a tragic cesarean section malpractice lawsuit against Tenet HealthCare Corporation's Hahnemann University Hospital. Ms. Wilson secured the settlement for plaintiffs Rosalyn Patterson and husband, Victor Walthour.
WPVI-TV Channel 6 (ABC) Philadelphia May 2, 2006
Channel 3 Eyewitness News covers medical negligence case handled by Rhonda Hill Wilson, Esq. The family of a vibrant 32-year-old Philadelphia mother who went into the hospital to give birth to her fourth child, and left in a vegetative state, reached an out-of-court settlement with the owner and operator of the hospital, Tenet HealthSystem Hahnemann, LLC. Ms. Wilson of Philadelphia was counsel for victim Rosalyn Patterson and her husband, Victor Walthour.
KYW-TV Channel 3 (CBS) Philadelphia May 2, 2006
Medical malpractice case handled by Rhonda Hill Wilson featured on "NBC10 at Eleven" News Broadcast. On the eve of the start of a medical malpractice trial in Philadelphia, NBC10 speaks with Attorney Rhonda Hill Wilson and Victor Walthour, the husband of Rosalyn Patterson, a mother who went into the hospital to give birth to her fourth child, and left in a vegetative state.
NBC10 News May 1, 2006
Co-guardian of Pa. OB/GYN medical malpractice victim Rosalyn Patterson speaks out against caps on damages. The Association of Trial Lawyers of America Political Action Committee in April launched an ad campaign to highlight U.S. Senator Rick Santorum's efforts to restrict the rights of women. During a teleconference to announce the TV ads, Linda Hobkirk told the story of Rosalyn Patterson, a Philadelphia victim of OB-GYN medical malpractice and client of Philadelphia Attorney Rhonda Hill Wilson.
America Votes April 18, 2006
Rhonda Hill Wilson of the Law Offices of Rhonda Hill Wilson a featured guest in roundtable discussion about women in law: online audio coverage. A group of experienced lawyers convened on April 11, 2006, to discuss women and the practice of law, workplace issues and the task of balancing a career with life outside of work. Ms. Wilson was a featured speaker during the discussion.
American Lawyer Media April 11, 2006
American Bar Association article: "Women Winners of the Plaintiffs' Bar." Personal injury and wrongful death specialist Rhonda Hill Wilson, Esq., commented on the crucial role that female attorneys play in personal injury and wrongful death litigation.
The American Bar Association, Perspectives magazine Spring 2005
Toxic Waste featured on "African-American Connection" with host Chris Ridenhour. A Philadelphia television station interviewed lawyer Rhonda Hill Wilson about the action group, Citizens for Clean-up of Upper Darby Creek.
wybe Public Television November 16, 2000
"Toxic Waters" documentary debuts on television. "Toxic Waters" is a program documenting the efforts of neighborhood residents, led by attorney Rhonda Hill Wilson, to clean up and close down Darby Township's Clearview Landfill in southwest Philadelphia. The 55-minute production by Montgomeryville-based filmmakers Joanna Michael and Eric Thomas received its first airing on Drexel University's Channel 54 and thereafter was shown on WHYY-TV Channel 12.
Delcotimes.com September 25, 2000