The firm regularly represents plaintiffs and defendants before state and federal courts, administrative agencies and in alternate dispute resolution forums, including arbitration and mediation. Our litigation practice group recognizes that a lengthy litigation is sometimes necessary and cannot be avoided but we also employ tactics and techniques aimed at obtaining a favorable disposition without a trial. Where a settlement cannot be reached, our attorneys have the expertise, experience, resources and commitment to prepare and try a case successfully before a judge, jury or arbitration panel.
In addition, our firm has substantial experience in handling matters where a client's business relationships and public image are at stake. We work closely with our clients to select experts, control costs, and develop effective and efficient litigation and settlement strategies. Some areas of law in which our firm litigates matters include general corporate, commercial and business, construction, employment, land use and real estate, environmental, wills, trusts, and estate disputes, and insurance defense claims. The firm has successfully represented a diverse groups of clients including construction, pharmaceutical, trucking and transport, product testing, telecommunications, insurance, and land development companies.
"My wife and I had the worst day of our lives on January 29, 2012 when we lost our son, Brian, in a tragic accident in Atlantic City, NJ. On that day, our son died as a result of a dangerous condition in one of Atlantic City's largest casinos. From the start, Florio Perrucci Steinhardt & Fader provided excellent legal services and aggressively pursued our case. The Firm provided assistance at every step of the way from setting up the Estate, thoroughly investigating the accident, obtaining witness statements and preparing the case for trial.
My family and I are highly pleased with the legal services of Florio Perrucci Steinhardt & Fader and would highly recommend their legal team in any other tragic accident and the pursuit of justice for the loss of loved ones."
- Irwin Harrison