Rich began studying law in the evenings at New York Law School in 1998, while continuing to work full time as the firm's claims adjustor. Rich graduated in 2002 from New York Law... more
Rich began studying law in the evenings at New York Law School in 1998, while continuing to work full time as the firm's claims adjustor. Rich graduated in 2002 from New York Law School, and then, after passing the Bar in New Jersey, became a Blume Goldfaden Associate. Now, as an attorney, Rich applies his extensive knowledge and contacts within the insurance industry to handle cases surro... view profile
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