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After years of representing insurance companies, Ed came to realize that there were many innocent accident victims who were “outgunned” by the insurance industry: “I saw countless accident victims who were simply outmatched by the insurance companies in their access to legal representation.” 

Ed had an insider’s view because, for the first half of his legal career, he represented insurance companies, investigating and litigating all aspects of suspected fraudulent claims. As an attorney in New Brunswick’s largest law firm representing the insurance industry, Ed developed and managed the firm’s insurance fraud litigation department.

Ed left the big firm and, along with his partners, founded RAM Law to empower accident victims by providing the same resources and representation typically enjoyed by the insurance industry – to enable the “little” guy to get the same quality of support and legal representation as the “big” guy.


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Practice areas


  1. Personal Injury: 100%
    21 years, 500 cases



Contingent (25-33%), Free consultation (30 minutes)

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  • Steven R Lane

    I endorse this lawyer. I have known Ed for some time now and feel very comfortable referring personal injury cases to him. He handles every case with care and an exemplary knowledge of the law.


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Contact info

Rebenack, Aronow & Mascolo, LLP (RAM Law)

21 North Bridge St.
Somerville, NJ, 08876

Rebenack, Aronow & Mascolo, LLP (RAM Law)

111 Livingston Ave.
New Brunswick, NJ, 08901



NYCurrently registered 200103/07/2016
We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.
Avvo contributions
Legal answers
Award nameGrantorDate granted
Civil Practice AwardMiddlesex County Bar Association2012
40 Under 40 AwardNew Jersey Law Journal2006
Forty Under 40 AwardNJ BIZ2006
Certified Civil Trial LawyerSupreme Court of New Jersey2005
Economics Honor CitationSeton Hall University1992
W. Paul Stillman School of Business Alumni AwardSeton Hall University1992
AV RatedMartindale-HubbellN/A
Work experience
TitleCompany nameDuration
PartnerRebenack, Aronow & Mascolo, LLP2007 - Present
PartnerHoagland Longo Moran Dunst & Doukas2003 - 2006
AssociateHoagland Longo Moran Dunst & Doukas1998 - 2002
AssociateJohn J. Becz Law Offices1995 - 1998
Association namePosition nameDuration
Somerset County Bar AssociationBoard of Trustees2014 - Present
Homesharing, Inc.Board Member2012 - Present
Middlesex County Bar AssociationPresident2009 - 2010
New Jersey State Bar AssociationBoard of Trustees2007 - 2009
New Jersey State Bar Association, Young Lawyers DivisionChair2006 - 2007
New Jersey Commission on Professionalism in the LawMember2006 - 2008
Supreme Court of New Jersey, District VIII Ethics CommitteeAppointee2005 - 2007
New Brunswick Bar AssociationPresident2003 - 2004
Legal cases
Case nameOutcome
M.I. v. NJM$8.4 mil jury verdict. The verdict was then conformed to the insurance coverage limits.
M.M. v. Dunkin Donuts, et al.$522,000 settlement
M.F. v. Selja, et al.$685,000 settlement
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Publication nameTitleDate
The Middlesex AdvocateInsurance Fraud – What’s in a Name?2009
School nameMajorDegreeGraduated
Seton Hall University School of LawLawJD - Juris Doctor1995
Seton Hall University School of LawEconomicsBS - Bachelor of Science1992
Speaking engagements
Conference nameTitleDate
Continuing Legal EducationTraumatic Brain Injury: The Basics and Beyond2015
Continuing Legal EducationRecent Developments in Civil Trial Practice2015
Continuing Legal EducationUsing the iPad for Expert De Bene Esse and Trial Testimony2014
Continuing Legal EducationUsing Technology in the Courtroom2013
Continuing Legal EducationDeposing the Expert2013
Continuing Legal EducationDeposing the Expert Witness2012
Continuing Legal EducationInterventional Pain Management: What Every Lawyer Needs to Know2012
Continuing Legal EducationUsing Technology in the Courtroom2011
Continuing Legal EducationRecent Developments in Courtroom Technology and the Law2011
Continuing Legal EducationCourtroom Technology2011
Continuing Legal EducationHow to Take an Expert Deposition2009
Continuing Legal EducationCivil Trial Practice, Skills and Methods Course2009
Continuing Legal EducationCivil Trial Practice, Skills and Methods Course2008
Continuing Legal EducationSkills and Methods: Professional Responsibility2007
Continuing Legal EducationPreparation for Depositions and Courtroom Testimony and Demeanor2007
Continuing EducationRealtor Liability and Interpretation of Errors and Omissions Coverage2007
Continuing EducationOverview of Recently Published PIP SIU Case Law2006
Continuing EducationInsurance Fraud and the Role of the Examination Under Oath2004
Continuing EducationNew Jersey Consumer Fraud Act and Risk Management Tools2001
Continuing EducationNew Jersey Consumer Fraud Act Contract Requirements, Construction Liens and Collection Practices1997