David Wikstrom’s $2.7 million settlement for a man who lost his arm in a sausage manufacturing plant accident was highlighted in the “Ten More Awards Worth Noting” sub-section

David L. Wikstrom joins NJ State Bar Association Board of Trustees

Javerbaum Wurgaft is proud to announce the addition of David Wickstrom to the New Jersey State Bar Association Board of Trustees. David joins other NJSBA leaders in the Association’s commitment in  advancing the practice of law, providing education to both the public and to other attorneys,  and promoting access to the civil justice system to all New Jersey residents. David will fill the Union County seat vacated when Marc Brown moved to the Superior Court. David further serves the Union County community by teaching Constitutional Law as an adjunct professor at Union County College, and a past President of the Union County Bar Association.  David is a Certified Civil Trial Attorney and a  shareholder with the firm.

Sexual Abuse of Students Continues in the News

Today we see yet another news report concerning alleged sexual abuse of students by teachers. At Javerbaum Wurgaft, we are dedicated to fighting for the victims of abuse and ending these unforgivable violations. Students are entitled to special protections from those who stand in the place of parents. Those who breach that sacred trust must be called to account. Partners Eric Kahn and Rubin Sinins fight for students’ rights. www.lawjw.com

Javerbaum Wurgaft Shareholders Rubin Sinins and Jack Wurgaft Named Top 100 Super Lawyers

 
Javerbaum Wurgaft Hicks Kahn Wikstrom & Sinins P.C., a premier litigation boutique with more than 40 lawyers in eight offices, announced today that shareholders Rubin Sinins and Jack Wurgaft have been named to the New Jersey Super Lawyers “Top 100” list for 2017.

RUBIN M. SININS - Partner
Sinins has been named to the top 100 list for the fourth time, due to his groundbreaking work in criminal matters. As both a Certified Criminal Trial Attorney and a Certified Civil Trial Attorney, a distinction held by fewer than 40 attorneys, Sinins represents individual and corporate clients in a host of legal contexts.

JACK WURGAFT - Partner

Wurgaft has also been named repeatedly to this prestigious list for his work in the field of medical malpractice. As a Certified Civil Trial Attorney, Wurgaft litigates complex civil cases, medical malpractice, product liability (MDL) and construction site accidents.

Along with Wurgaft and Sinins, 19 Javerbaum Wurgaft attorneys were also recognized as Super Lawyers in 2017 New Jersey list.

Super Lawyers, a Thomson Reuters business, is a rating service of outstanding lawyers from more than 70 practice areas who have distinguished themselves in their legal practice. The annual selections are made using a multiphase process comprising of peer selection and review, independent research, and professional achievement.

About Javerbaum Wurgaft partners Jack Wurgaft and Rubin & Sinins P.C.:

Founded in 1978, Javerbaum Wurgaft Hicks Kahn Wikstrom & Sinins, P.C. is a litigation boutique with numerous attorneys certified by the Supreme Court of New Jersey in civil trial practice, criminal trial practice and workers’ compensation matters. The firm boasts six New Jersey locations, with offices in Springfield, Newark, Freehold, Jersey City, Mt. Laurel, and Elizabeth, as well as additional offices in New York City and suburban Atlanta. Practice areas include personal injury, criminal defense, workers’ compensation and numerous other litigation specialties.

Verdicts and Settlements - Javerbaum Wurgaft Hicks Kahn Wikstrom & Sinins, P.C. | New Jersey Certified Trial Attorneys

HOW TO PROTECT YOURSELF FROM GOVERNMENT BAN ON LAWSUITS AND DAMAGES

Responsibility and accountability – even for the powerful – are rooted into the core of our legal system. This country’s founders knew that a democracy needs a court system that empowers people to protect themselves by holding the powerful to account. That’s why the Constitution guarantees each person the right to a trial by jury. The founders feared unaccountable power in the form of the King of England against his “subjects.” 21st Century America may not have a king, but it does have billion dollar corporations touching every part of every person’s life. These corporations now seek the kind of unaccountable power our founders sought to protect against, and they’re seeking that power by destroying your constitutional right to a trial by jury.

Politicians who are in the pockets of large corporations and insurance companies have devised a plan specifically aimed at destroying our right to hold those in power accountable for their misdeeds. Their plain is to enact laws that will all but destroy your right to use the judicial system to protect yourself. They have introduced bills which, if passed, will enact arbitrary changes to courts all across the country, including:

  • Limiting compensation for injuries caused by medical professionals, including doctors, hospitals, nursing homes, and medical device manufacturers,

to $250,000.00, regardless of how much that injury devastated your life

or the extent of malfeasance by the medical professional or company.

  • Eliminating class-action law suits, which would essentially destroy the ability to bring the kinds of cases that keep us safe
  • Eliminate Individual States Law regarding lawsuits and forcing all cases to Federal Court
  • Allowing insurance companies to make “payments” rather than paying full compensation.

 

We must tell our government to put people first and stop trampling on our rights. Javerbaum Wurgaft has been protecting citizens of New Jersey and New York by demanding that everyone is treated fairly, regardless of gender, race, or economic status. Please join us in demanding that Congress do the same. We must ban together and contact our representatives to demand they say NO to these outrageous attacks on our rights. Go to each link below and tell them NO!

Annabelle Steinhacker - Personal Injury Attorney New Jersey

Steinhacker honored by New Jersey Law Journal

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.