Redefining the Client/Lawyer Relationship
Shaw Kreizer Trial & Injury Lawyers is a top firm of choice for personal injury victims. We take pride in the fact that we do not represent insurance companies or other large corporations. We have limited our practice to the representation of the injured and to providers suing the insurance giants. In their efforts to fight for the injured, our attorneys have consistently won large verdicts and obtained significant settlements, including the sensational “Central Park Five” case, where David Kreizer, along with co-counsel, secured a $41 million dollar landmark settlement. Judd Shaw is widely respected for his PIP No-Fault industry knowledge and experience and was named one of New Jersey Super Lawyer’s Rising Stars in both litigation and alternative dispute resolution.
At Shaw Kreizer, personal attention is at the core of every case. Together, Judd, David, and the entire team here at Shaw Kreizer Trial & Injury Lawyers continue to redefine the way law is practiced.
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Attorneys often discuss their ability to bring lawsuits in catastrophic personal injury cases, but the word “catastrophic” is not necessarily a legal term that you will find in state personal injury statutes. Instead, “catastrophic” is referring to the type of injuries and other damages that a victim suffers. Because catastrophic injuries, by definition, will severely... Read more »
The #metoo movement has highlighted what many people have long known: that sexual harassment and discrimination in the workplace has been with us for decades, and, while improvements have been made, many thousands of individuals continue to suffer the effects of sexual harassment and discrimination. Of course, harassment and sexual discrimination can victimize both men... Read more »
With the rise of smartphone video capability and the ability to share video across social media easily, we have seen a rise in awareness of the excessive force and police brutality tactics that victimize people of all races and backgrounds. In 1991, camcorder footage of Los Angeles police officers beating Rodney King galvanized (and, to... Read more »