Category: Office News


Daniel Levy selected as Rising Star, 2014 by Super Lawyers

The firm is pleased to report that Daniel A. Levy, Esq. has been selected by Super Lawyers as a Rising Star for their 2014 publication. Super Lawyers is a research-driven, peer-influenced rating service of outstanding lawyers who have attained high degrees of peer recognition and professional accomplishments. Their patented system is designed to compile a
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Our New Bergen County Office!

We are pleased to announce that Raff & Raff, LLP has opened a new, satellite office at 525 Palmer Avenue, Maywood, New Jersey 07607. This new office will allow us to better serve our Bergen County clients and give us a presence very close to the Bergen County courthouse in Hackensack. The office is easily
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Law about Uninsured Motorist coverage argued on appeal

We are happy to report that Daniel A. Levy, Esq. appeared on October 9, 2013 before the Appellate Division for oral arguments on an important issue of Uninsured Motorist (“UM”) coverage. The case is captioned Sanders v. CURE, Appellate Division Docket No. A – 003878-12. Mr. Levy also filed the briefs with the appellate court.
  • appeal, car accident, insurance, um/uim
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New Conditional Dismissal Program Available in New Jersey Municipal Courts

Under current New Jersey law, people charged with certain minor drug crimes (possession of small amounts of marijuana/hashish, loitering to commit a CDS offense, etc.) could avoid criminal penalties and a conviction by entering a conditional discharge program at the Municipal Court where they were charged. Under a new law, S-2588, which was signed into
  • conditional discharge, criminal law
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Dan Levy wins insurance coverage trial

We are happy to report that Dan Levy of this firm won a trial this week regarding insurance coverage on a major car accident case. The trial was a bench trial (non-jury) in Passaic County before Judge Mizzone. The at-fault driver had been in a relationship with his high school girlfriend for over 10 years.
  • car accident, insurance, trials
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Published Appellate Opinion on Medical Malpractice Jury Charge

As previously reported, Raff and Raff represented the Estate of Keisha Flood in a complex medical malpractice and wrongful death case. The case went to trial towards the beginning of 2012. During trial, settlements were reached with most of the defendants and the case proceeded against the remaining doctor. The allegation was that the radiologist
  • medical malpractice, personal injury, wrongful death
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Dan Levy wins trial in Bergen County

The Firm is pleased to report that Dan Levy has recently won a jury trial in Bergen County. The case was about a car accident that occurred within an intersection, and we represented the plaintiff, who was making a left hand turn. She made the left turn because a car in the opposite direction was
  • trials
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Raff & Raff speaks at NJAJ Meadowlands Seminar 2012

  From Wednesday, November 14 through Friday, November 16, 2012, New Jersey Association for Justice hosted it’s 2012 annual conference at the Sheraton Meadowlands in East Rutherford, New Jersey. In addition to attending this important conference for trial lawyers, attorneys from Raff & Raff also participated as speakers and chairs of certain seminars. On the
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Understanding the Fee for a New Jersey Criminal Defense Attorney

If you are in the unfortunate situation where you need to hire a New Jersey criminal defense attorney, it is important that you understand the legal fee arrangement. In a New Jersey criminal case, a lawyer is allowed to charge a reasonable hourly rate, or a reasonable flat fee, or a combination of the two
  • criminal law
  • Posted by admin  Posted on 12 Jul  0 Comments
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Lautenberg calls for federal probe of Community Education Centers

Back in 2010 we filed a lawsuit against Community Education Centers, which alleged that our client was brutally beaten, almost to death, by a resident at one of their facilities in New Jersey. The client, also a resident at the facility, suffered severe neurological injuries from the attack. Although the perpetrator of the crime clearly
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