New Jersey Law Office of Seeger Weiss

Known for its solid performance record on a broad array of complex litigation, the New Jersey law office of Seeger Weiss is proud to offer local counsel to the communities of New Jersey. We know having the support and resources of a proven Newark attorney who also cares about getting justice for the “little guy,” sets us apart from other top New Jersey law firms.

The next time you or a loved one needs someone to stand up for you whether its tied to a personal injury work-related accident, exposure to toxic industrial chemicals or waste, malpractice, or securities or investment fraud, we encourage you to call our law office in New Jersey.

Law Office in New Jersey Who Understands Tort Law

When a company is sued for millions of dollars or an individual suffers from a preventable personal injury, they need a Newark lawyer with a deep understanding of business and tort law. Seeger Weiss’ proven knowledge and experience is why businesses and individuals seek their advice—and why the New Jersey law office continues to receive industry recognition and inclusion in Best Lawyers, Super Lawyers (New York, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania), and Law Dragon 500 and 3000.

Why New Jersey attracts top legal professionals and top-ranked law firms.

Proving Strict Liability or Negligence in in New Jersey

New Jersey product liability lawyers, such as Seeger Weiss, may elect to pursue strict liability or negligent liability for victims injured by a product defect. Strict liability tort is a concept that says a defendant is liable for a plaintiff's damages without the requirement of proving that the defendant was negligent, whereas negligent liability, requires this degree of proof.  A New Jersey product is considered defective by design if it fails to perform as safey as an ordinary consumer would expect. Learn when a manufacturer is and isn't liable.

Toxic Tort Law Firms Combat Industrial Hazards

New Jersey has 108 toxic waste dumps, which is the most in any one state in the nation. Unfortunately, industrial waste in New Jersey has not always been dealt with in responsible ways. Indiscriminate dumping led the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to declare 220 Superfund sites across the state. All the toxic sites—and the continuing output of industrial waste keeps enforcement personnel in high demand and potential harmful exposure significantly rising.
Fortunately, several New Jersey waste disposal and recycling businesses have come to recognize the importance of working with the environment, rather than against it. For them, going green hasn’t just been good for the planet— it’s been good for business, too.
New Jersey Waste Management Finds New Recycling Ideas

Seeger Weiss' Newark Law Firm

If you need legal counsel, get advice from our New Jersey law office and our Newark lawyers who are knowledgeable--and who care. Contact us or call (888) 584-0411.

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