Weitz & Luxenberg is now accepting cases of people who have suffered Wernicke’s encephalopathy (WE), also known as Wernicke encephalopathy, a neuropsychiatric disorder – after…Read More
Having family and friends who have labored in the building trades and served in the U.S. Navy, I feel a special kinship with those who we represent, so many of whom have toiled to build our cities and served to protect our country.
Peter Tambini, an associate attorney in our Asbestos Litigation group, is a tireless, compassionate advocate for the innocent victims of mesothelioma, lung cancer, asbestosis, and other conditions caused by exposure to the toxic mineral asbestos.
Mr. Tambini joined Weitz & Luxenberg in 2008 after a lengthy relationship with the law firm Levy Phillips & Konigsberg, where he made important contributions to mesothelioma litigations (among them, the case of Vincent Falbo v. Exxon-Mobil in which Mr. Tambini assisted as second chair and helped persuade a New York jury to find the petroleum-industry giant fully responsible for causing the plaintiff to develop mesothelioma by failing to warn about the asbestos-exposure hazards of using an asbestos-containing thermal-insulation cement that Exxon-Mobil marketed).
Mr. Tambini has been in practice since 1998 and is admitted to the bars of New Jersey and New York. He is a graduate of Pace University School of Law, which conferred upon him in 1998 a juris doctor degree. His undergraduate schooling took place at Fordham University; he graduated in 1995 and was the recipient of a bachelor of science degree.
Peter Tambini will be happy to review your case.