I have been a practicing attorney in New Jersey for 33 years. The majority of my time has been spent representing injured workers. The clients I have represented have ranged from those with moderate injuries to those who have been deemed totally disabled because of their injuries. These include injuries not only from accidents but injuries also due to an exposure at work, including cancer from chemicals, mesothelioma from an exposure to asbestos, carpal tunnel syndrome due to repetitive trauma to the wrists and death cases where widows and widowers collected lifetime benefits due to the unfortunate work-related death of their loved one.
In my early career in New Jersey, I worked for a major insurance company. I have been able to use this experience to gain insights into the inner workings of insurance companies, understand why adjusters make certain decisions. I also understand how and why insurance companies put a certain value on a case and most importantly, what needs to be done in order to get them to increase the value of your case.
When I first started practicing law in Maryland, I worked for the Public Defenders Office representing individuals charged with a variety of crimes, including major felonies.
I am the former Chairman of the West Orange Board of Transportation.
I have volunteered my time at Saint Barnabas Hospital in Livingston and also at a foster facility for children.
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Ron Siegel is a very knowledgeable and respected workers' compensation practitioner with a proven record of success as a zealous and highly effective advocate for his clients. Known for his meticulous attention to detail, Ron is our go to guy for dotting the i's and crossing the t's.
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|University of Baltimore School of Law||Law||LL.B - Bachelor of Laws||1976|
|University of Baltimore||Law||Bachelor of Arts||1970|
|Continental Flight Attendants Seminar||Workers' Compensation||2010|
|Seminar for Continental Flight Attendants||Workers' Compensation||2009|