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.
"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."
"My job as a plaintiff’s lawyer is to seek justice on behalf of people injured by defective products or fraudulent conduct, and to help them regain at least some of what they’ve lost. Success in that regard requires approaching each case with a meticulously planned strategy, intimate knowledge of the law, and tireless dedication to the job."
Focus: Defective Drugs and Devices, Environmental Pollution
"Ever since I was young, I have been dedicated to fighting for justice. That is one of the reasons I wanted to work at Weitz & Luxenberg. This firm has an outstanding reputation for compassionate service to clients. Our law offices are home to an extremely intelligent and hard-working team of individuals. Everyone at this firm fights day and night in order to obtain victory for our clients. Our clients, in our eyes are family, who are facing the greatest challenge of their lives. We will always be there to support them in their time of need. Asbestos disease kills our families, justice must be served. Weitz & Luxenberg understands the adversity that our clients are going though and we will be with them every step of the way. We are passionate attorneys who care. I am thrilled to be a part of such a wonderful law firm."
"The personal relationships I develop with my clients are the most satisfying aspect of my work. Even though it’s heartbreaking to work with cancer victims — most of whom are very sick and will at some point pass away — it’s my responsibility to help them because this is their time of true need. They were only doing their jobs, yet they fell prey to one of the asbestos cancers — and it happened because irresponsible companies chose to gamble with their health. They won’t get back their health, but as their attorney I can help give them peace of mind in knowing that their families will be financially secure. And I’m glad that I can make the process of suing less intimidating. Being able to make people’s lives a little better at a terrible time, that’s the aspect of being a lawyer that makes me most proud."