With several years of litigation experience and expertise in discrimination, retaliation, and civil rights violations, I was able to successfully win a groundbreaking jury verdict for my client, that will send a message to public agencies and servants that political corruption and discrimination will not be tolerated. My client, a former custodian for the Elizabeth … Continue reading Groundbreaking Verdict in School Board Case
The Case In a recent retaliation case, I represented a client who had received unfair treatment after reporting a superior. My client, a sergeant for the Plainfield Police Department, was demoted in 2010, a year after reporting what he believed was an attempt by public safety director, to meet with a prostitute. The sergeant found … Continue reading $80K Reward in Retaliation Case
Following an accident, many people want to hurry up and file a personal injury claim to get their settlement or award check as soon as possible. However, severe injuries often require long-lasting medical treatment, so the costs of an injury can potentially continue for years or indefinitely. In addition, injuries can often keep people out … Continue reading Can a Personal Injury Claim be Reopened?
Many people have heard of the “One Bite Rule” when it comes to owner liability for dog bites. One Bite laws do not hold a dog owner liable for the losses of bite victims if they did not know or had no reason to know that their dog had the propensity to bite. Once the … Continue reading Does the “One Bite” Law Apply in NJ?