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.
"Being at Weitz & Luxenberg feels like all of my experience has come together in exactly the right way. What I do every day has to be meaningful. Everyone here really cares about helping victims of some of the most egregious corporate conduct imaginable. When companies expose people to asbestos, they take away that person’s future. The victims never saw it coming. They were never warned. That callousness is incomprehensible to me. We can’t undo the harm these companies have caused, but I want to do everything legally possible to hold those responsible accountable."
"Weitz & Luxenberg champions working people — people who would otherwise be without a voice to stand up for their legal rights. I consider it a great honor to be able to help them obtain the justice they seek."
"You focus on the victories and the good that comes of it. You know that in these situations, a client who dies of mesothelioma might not see any of the money that comes from the case, but you know they still have a family to take care of that they leave behind. You know that you are giving them some peace of mind."
"Weitz & Luxenberg has a history of protecting everyday individuals. We care about our clients. We go the extra mile. To me, the most satisfying part about my work is the time I spend with my clients, getting to know them, caring about them, helping them in a time when help is needed most. Weitz & Luxenberg’s attorneys are renowned for their extraordinary trial skills, but, even more than that, they have great compassion for the people they’re here to help."
"I have been in the room when a doctor says, ‘You have mesothelioma.’ I have seen my father with tubes coming out of his body. I know what it looks like to watch a strong man become weak. That gives me the desire to help the victims of this terrible disease."