Friendly first--fierce, if necessary. Before Joining the Law Office of Lane... more
Friendly first--fierce, if necessary. Before Joining the Law Office of Lane Ferdinand, Mr. Weisbrot was associated with several leading plaintiffs firms where he practiced in the areas of complex personal injury, wrongful death, class action and general commercial litigation. Mr. Weisbrot embraces progressive trial and law office technologies and uses those technologies for his client's be... view profile
Steven A. Jayson, Esq. is the managing attorney of The Jayson Law Group LLC; a... more
Steven A. Jayson, Esq. is the managing attorney of The Jayson Law Group LLC; a general practice law firm, based in Union, NJ. Mr. Jayson focuses his areas of pratice on small businesses, estate planning, landlord-tenant, and commercial collections. *Avvo Rating is calculated using a mathematical model that considers elements such as years of experience, board certification, education, disc... view profile
Ms. Brady has been defending professional liability lawsuits for over 25 years. She... more
Ms. Brady has been defending professional liability lawsuits for over 25 years. She has tried cases representing physicians, nurses, advanced practice nurses, chiropractors, podiatrists and acute care and rehabilitation hospitals. Ms. Brady is a 1978 graduate of Georgetown University, College of Arts & Sciences with a degree in Government. She received her J.D. from Southwestern Universi... view profile
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