The Princeton & Mt. Holly law firm focuses Chiefly on New Jersey personal injury and workers’ compensation
A cooperation agreement is announced today by The Princeton & Mt. Holly law firm of Pellettieri, Rabstein & Altman and the Nutley law firm of Ball Livingston which has focused primarily on New Jersey personal injury and workers’ compensation claims, but covering lawyers for all legal services statewide.
Some of New Jersey’s law firms represent unions, in spite of the existence of over half a million union members in the state who frequently work in jobs most prone to workers’ compensation or personal injury claims. Union members have shown a liking for dealing with pro-union professionals, as well as lawyers, when aware of the association and sensibly suitable. So the 2 firms who’s lawyers characterize dozens of unions and locals have joined forces to provide members individual legal requirements, also, offering perhaps the first and largest such
The agreement names 3 Pellettieri, Rabstein & Altman lawyers, partners Bruce P. Miller, Esq., Edward Slaughter Jr., Esq., and Thomas R. Smith, Esq., “Of Counsel” for Ball Livingston and two Ball Livingston lawyers, partners Craig H. Livingston, Esq. and Lynne P. Kramer, Esq. “Of Counsel” for Pellettieri, Rabstein & Altman.
“The heavy power at the back of this agreement is geographic convenience for union members,” explains attorney Thomas R. Smith, Esq., a
attorney Craig H. Livingston, Esq., partner and co-founder of Ball Livingston declares, “currently we can together serve our client unions’ members, and any union’s members, statewide with the convenience of offices in North, Central and South Jersey and the added depth of Pellettieri, Rabstein & Altman’s personal injury lawyers and other departments. We have instantly become a statewide
Attorney Edward Slaughter, Jr., Esq., partner and chairman of the personal injury department at Pellettieri, Rabstein & Altman agrees, “It works both ways. We make stronger our statewide
Attorney Bruce P. Miller, Esq. partner and chairman of the workers’ compensation & disability law and criminal law departments at Pellettieri, Rabstein & Altman adds, “Both firms have long histories as
“It’s one more method to better serve our unions. This firm has represented labor unions and wounded workers since 1929. at present, we signify New Jersey locals and trades councils for over 25 unions, as well as the Auto Workers, Carpenters, Communications Workers, Construction Workers, Electrical Workers, Insulation & Asbestos Workers, Ironworkers, Plumbers & Pipe Fitters, Printers & Graphic Crafts Workers, Service Employees, Sheet Metal Workers, State, County & Municipal Employees, Steelworkers, and Teamsters,” according to attor