Weitz & Luxenberg has continued to build on this tradition of success, growing as a firm both in size and resources. W&L today has over 100 attorneys working in world-class facilities located in New York, Los Angeles, Detroit, and Cherry Hill, N.J., outside of Philadelphia.
"Our clients are good people who spent the majority of their lives working tirelessly to provide for their families. Unfortunately, some companies were more concerned about money than human life. These companies made conscious decisions causing countless people to be exposed to asbestos, a known carcinogen that can poison people. What they did is wrong. I am dedicated to fighting for our clients and their families. I want to give them a voice and use the legal process to help them any way I can."
"The most satisfying aspect of my work as an asbestos attorney is helping families. For the most part, these families are blue collar. I come from a blue-collar family — my father, grandfathers, uncles, and cousins, all of them had blue-collar jobs. I know that these men work extremely hard to support their families. It distresses me that the manufacturers of the products, equipment and materials didn’t take the time to warn these men of the dangers of asbestos. I understand that filing a lawsuit can be a stressful experience and I do my best to make sure my clients feel as comfortable as possible. I treat every client the way I would want my dad or grandfather to be treated."
"Individuals who have survived sexual abuse are a unique type of client, with unique needs. Throughout my career it has always been my goal to be the person that these clients can feel comfortable reaching out to. In my role with Weitz & Luxenberg, my hope is to advocate for survivors and get them all of the justice that they deserve, which the criminal justice system can’t always deliver."