Jack Wurgaft recently was the Master of Ceremonies for Partners for Women and Justice gala held in West Orange, NJ on May 4, 2016. Mr. Wurgaft is a long-time supporter of this important organization which focuses on providing legal assistance to victims of domestic violence.
Jack Wurgaft recently received a verdict for $217,000 over the $500,000 insurance policy for injuries to a camp counselor’s eye as a result of being shot in the eye with a water pistol.
Andrew Moskowitz recently settled a complex employment case for $212,000 arising out of an employer’s failure to renew an employment contract because of his race.
David Wikstrom will be speaking for The American Association of Justice on “E-Cigarette Litigation” on June 22, 2016. The seminar will focus on the exploding batteries in vape mechanisms which have caused serious injuries throughout the country.
Annabelle Steinhacker was recently honored by the New Jersey Law Journal as a “Leader of The Bar”. This honor, bestowed on only 47 attorneys in the entire state, recognized Annabelle for her appellate work and seminar presentations to members of the New Jersey bar.
The International Society of Barristers (ISOB) was created in 1965 and is dedicated to preserving trial by jury, the adversary system and an independent judiciary. Its founders conceived the organization to bring together the best of the trial bar in a setting devoid of partisan interests. The emphasis of the organization is on warm fellowship […]
Javerbaum Wurgaft Hicks Kahn Wikstrom & Sinins Named Seven New Partners Effective January 2016 Christina Ctorides Based in the New York office and focuses on medical malpractice, nursing home abuse and neglect and motor vehicle matters. Read more: Norberto Garcia Based in the Jersey City office and handles general personal injury matters including automobile accidents, […]
Javerbaum Wurgaft attorney Saul Gruber has been instrumental in creating a petition and leading the charge for the American Association for Justice in the negotiation with CMS to ban nursing home arbitrations. According to Gruber, fine print buried in nursing home admissions contracts is depriving nursing home residents and their families of their constitutional rights. […]
Click here to read Javerbaum Wurgaft attorney Andrew Moskowitz’ article about whistleblower protection, “If Reporting It Is Your Job, You Can Still Be A Whistleblower”, in the August 17th edition of the New Jersey Law Journal.
Javerbaum Wurgaft spoke at New Jersey Association for Justice’s Annual Conference in Atlantic City, NJ. At NJAJ’s Conference in late April, several members of Javerbaum Wurgaft were asked to present seminars to its 1,000 attendees. This included Jack Wurgaft (Medical Malpractice), Eric Kahn (Persona Injury & Ethics), Annabelle Steinhacker (Support Staff Personal Injury), Gerald Baker […]