My late father, Floyd V. Amoresano, was a truly extraordinary trial lawyer whose... more
My late father, Floyd V. Amoresano, was a truly extraordinary trial lawyer whose professional capabilities, dedication and reputation often led other attorneys to label him a "lawyer's lawyer", which ultimately inspired me to try following in his formidable footsteps. Unfortunately, cancer stole him from us when he was only 62, while I was still completing college at Fordham University in N... view profile
Mr. Seigel has tried over 150 jury cases and has won a landmark case in the NJ... more
Mr. Seigel has tried over 150 jury cases and has won a landmark case in the NJ Supreme Court. Mr. Seigel was chosen "Young Lawyer of the Year" by the NJ State Bar Association and inducted into the NJ Police Honor Legion for his representation of police officers.
The law firm of KGG began as a family business, and Barry takes that legacy very... more
The law firm of KGG began as a family business, and Barry takes that legacy very seriously. He handles the day to day operations of the firm’s non-matrimonial litigation department, trying civil, negligence, criminal and corporate cases. Most of his time is dedicated to preparing and trying cases relating to personal injury, professional malpractice and corporate and complex commercial disputes... view profile
A personal injury lawyer works with clients who have suffered a physical or emotional injury, usually by accident or mistake. For example, if you are in a car accident or are the victim of a botched surgery, a personal injury attorney can help. They know how the insurance claim process works, they know what evidence to gather, and they know how to calculate and present a claim for damages. Many personal injury attorneys take cases on a contingency basis, which means they receive an agreed-upon percentage of the payment you receive, also called the personal injury settlement. If you don't recover any money, they don't get paid their fee. Personal injury lawyers also know how to defend you if someone thinks an injury is your fault.