Personal Injury and Medical Malpractice Practice Overview

A newborn baby who was not delivered when his mother’s labor became complicated and was born so profoundly brain damaged that he cannot walk, talk, or care for himself.  

A wife and mother of two whose breast cancer went undiagnosed for years, until the cancer had grown  large and spread throughout her body, leaving her with precious few years to live.  

A young woman who went to her gynecologist for a routine procedure during which her internal organs were so badly injured that she developed a life-threatening infection and needed a colostomy.

A young man who suffered serious leg injuries when another driver turned into his motorcycle, knocking him off his bike and to the ground.

These are but a small sample of the types of personal injury and medical malpractice clients that the Plaintiffs’ Team at Porzio, Bromberg & Newman represents.  From the initial client contact, through the investigation and litigation, and concluding with settlement or trial, the Porzio Plaintiffs’ Team offers its support and expertise to those who are most vulnerable.  The results we obtain for our clients, while not restoring their health or bringing back a loved one, help most during their time of  need.

Our team consists of trial attorneys with years of success and experience, retired judges who assist in developing case strategy, legal nurse consultants with specialized medical training, personal injury specialists, and paralegals who support our investigation and litigation.

Attorneys on our team are members of the prestigious American College of Trial Lawyers and the American Board of Trial Advocates.  They have been recognized by New Jersey Super Lawyers and Best Lawyers in America.  They have also served as leaders of state and county bar organizations.  

Finally, because our attorneys are Certified as Civil Trial Attorneys by the New Jersey Supreme Court, Porzio shares our fees with attorneys who refer their clients to us consistent with N.J. Court Rule 1:39-6(d) and N.Y. Rule DR 2-107.