Essex County Personal Injury Lawyers

At Rothenberg, Rubenstein, Berliner & Shinrod, LLC, we understand the profound impact that an injury can have on a person and his or her family. As Essex County attorneys who focus on personal injury law, we work aggressively and strategically for the rights and needs of those who have been hurt.

We have a long track record of success, having won hundreds of millions of dollars in compensation for our clients over the years. Contact us to learn more.

Fighting for the Rights of Our Clients

As lawyers who have together dealt with thousands of personal injury cases, we are bold and fully determined to get justice for our clients. We fight for the rights of people who have been injured in a wide variety of situations, including:

  • Car and truck accidents of all kinds, including those involving multiple automobiles, commercial vehicles and pedestrians, and unsafe roads, highways and ramps throughout New Jersey
  • Motorcycle crashes and bicycle accidents
  • Slip-and-fall injuries and premises liability cases in which the owner or manager of a private or public property failed to maintain safe conditions
  • Construction site accidents, including falls from roofs, structures and ladders, and injuries related to unsafe work conditions, improper maintenance or faulty equipment
  • Industrial and manufacturing injuries related to dangerous shop conditions or industrial machines or vehicles
  • Product liability cases involving consumer and industrial products such as automobiles, appliances, electronics, medical equipment, toys and industrial equipment that were improperly designed, manufactured or marketed
  • Medical malpractice cases, including misdiagnosis, surgical errors, dental errors and other failures by hospitals, doctors, nurses and other providers to deliver competent medical care to patients

Contact a Union County Personal Injury Attorney

We are available to discuss your case and answer your questions. Call us at 973-535-3388 or email us to schedule an appointment.

Case in point: Auto negligence with four young plaintiffs where the most culpable driver had minimal insurance coverage and the other driver was killed in the accident. One of the plaintiffs sustained a closed head injury; another suffered a mid-shaft femoral fracture. The case was settled prior to trial for a gross amount of $2,274,000, including $1,874,000 for the most significantly injured plaintiff.