Andrew A. Ballerini

Andrew A. Ballerini

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About Me 

Since 1984, Andrew Ballerini has continuously maintained his law firm at 1522 Route 38, Suite 202, Cherry Hill, New Jersey. Since 1984, New Jersey injury attorney Mr. Ballerini has represented more than 3,000 people. Mr. Ballerini only represents individuals hurt in accidents. Mr. Ballerini does not, and will not represent any insurance company.

In 2001, Mr. Ballerini was certified by the Supreme Court of New Jersey as a civil trial lawyer. The Supreme Court of New Jersey certifies only those attorneys who demonstrate a sufficient level of experience, knowledge, education and skill in civil trial practice as a civil trial attorney. Only two percent (2%) of current New Jersey lawyers are certified as civil trial attorneys. In addition to his trial certification, New Jersey injury lawyer Mr. Ballerini is a member of the Million Dollar Advocates Forum. This Forum is limited to only those attorneys who have obtained a result in the resolution of a case in excess of at least one million dollars. Mr. Ballerini is a member of the New Jersey Association for Justice. This group limits its representation to only those individual hurt in accidents and represents no insurance companies. Mr. Ballerini has also been a member of the Camden County Bar Association for over twenty (20) years.
 
Mr. Ballerini has acted as a teacher of other lawyers under the auspices of the Institute of Continuing Legal Education. He has lectured on the area of civil trial practice. As a member of the Camden County Bar Association, he participates in the Camden County Bar Association’s Speakers Bureau. He has spoken before numerous groups, including the State of New Jersey, Division of Youth and Family Services, and before many high school students.

Mr. Ballerini has appeared on the television show American Pro Se and on cable on Legal Line. He has also appeared at the Courier Post and answered general questions from the public through the “Ask the Experts”Program.