Are you looking for an attorney who specializes in bicycling and/or pedestrian crashes? We’ve got you covered – check out these attorneys below:
Mark Davis is a co-founder of Davis & Brusca as well as an NJBWC Board Member. He has devoted his practice to helping seriously injured people and their families for over 20 years, and has recovered millions of dollars on behalf of his clients. Mark understands that the true focus of any injury case is the impact which the injury causes on the lives of those affected and therefore no two “accidents” are truly the same. He works tirelessly to create client-focused plans which deliver results targeted to each client’s unique needs & interests.
Mr. Davis has a record of success in trial which has earned him multiple professional and peer honors. He holds Board Certification as a civil trial lawyer from both the New Jersey Supreme Court and by the National Board of Trial Advocacy, is an avid cyclist, and resides in Mercer County with his wife and two children.
Mr. Roth join ed the firm of Bendit Weinstock in 1974 and became a partner in 1980. Mr. Roth’s practice is concentrated in the areas of medical malpractice, product liability, and personal injury litigation, which includes workers’ compensation, automobile negligence and construction site accidents. He has successfully litigated numerous cases, many of which have resulted in verdicts or settlements in excess of one million dollars.
Steve Vaccaro is a lawyer and an NJBWC sponsor who represents seriously injured cyclists and pedestrians in Northern New Jersey and New York. Steve’s law practice has been recognized by Rutgers University, where he earned his law degree, and by the New York Law Journal, which described Steve as “perhaps New York City’s best-known lawyer advocate for bicyclist and pedestrian rights.” A daily cyclist and committed cyclists’ advocate, Steve has served on the Transportation Alternatives Advisory Council since 2007 and was named TA’s Volunteer of the Year for his work to bring protected bike lanes to First and Second Avenues on the Upper East Side and in East Harlem. Two of his firm’s clients, parents who lost their children in traffic crashes, formed Families for Safe Streets, a victim’s rights group that has won numerous legislative victories against traffic violence and dramatically changed the political landscape in New York for transportation advocates and planners. In 2013, Steve founded StreetsPAC, a registered political action committee that supports candidates for public office committed to safe, complete and livable streets. Steve comments regularly on traffic law policy and issues in his “Street Justice” column for Streetsblog, and elsewhere.