East Hanover, New Jersey Products Liability Lawyers
James D. DeRose concentrates his practice in the areas of automotive law, product liability, warranty law, lemon law, and regulatory matters relating to the automotive industry. He has served as counsel to numerous automotive importers and distributors, including companies engaged in automobile, truck, motorcycle, and tractor manufacturing and distribution. He also represents machine, tool, and electronics manufacturers and distributors as well as numerous insurers.
Andrew Gibbs has extensive defense litigation and arbitration experience in New Jersey state and federal court and concentrates his practice in the areas of product liability, toxic/mass tort, professional liability, computer/technology litigation, commercial litigation, general litigation and insurance litigation.
ay Lavroff concentrates his practice in litigation, with an emphasis in the areas of insurance coverage, construction and professional liability claims, and contract disputes. Insurance coverage issues that Jay has litigated range from interpretation of provisions in motor vehicle policies to the availability of coverage for the remediation of contamination of soil, air and water, costing hundreds of millions of dollars.
Attorney David Fried has handled various cases in personal injury. He has experience in helping clients who have been injured due to the lack of proper safety equipment provided on the job site. He also is well qualified in cases of medical negligence claims surrounding brachial plexus injuries sustained at birth.
Kenneth Berkowitz is licensed to help clients with cases in various areas of personal injury. He has worked on cases involving medical malpractice and product liability, including automobile defects, bicycle safety, and hot water heater.
After serving as an Air Force Attorney for eleven years, Attorney Robin A. Donato decided to practice at Blume Forte Fried Zerres & Molinari. She specializes with cases in areas of products liability, railroad and construction accidents, and professional malpractice.