Top South Jersey Trial Attorneys
When you are enduring preventable pain and suffering and are searching for top South Jersey trial attorneys to fight your case, call the offices of Westmoreland Vesper Quattrone & Beers immediately. Our firm is based in Atlantic City, NJ, and we specialize in civil lawsuits, personal injury cases and liability and defective product claims. We have a record of successful litigation and negotiation that has resulted in over $250 million in damages for our clients, and we have a history in the community going back for half a century.
Westmoreland Vesper Quattrone & Beers’ reputation as one of the top South Jersey trial attorneys has been earned through aggressively fighting for fair compensation, and for our willingness to go to trial if necessary to recover damages. Negligent businesses and corporations know that less experienced or zealous law firms will be willing to settle for lesser settlements to avoid the difficulties and time consuming months of a trial. Not here. Insurance companies know full well that if they don’t pay the full justified amounts to our clients in a settlement, they will pay more following a trial.
In every type of civil trial situation, from personal injury cases to wrongful death litigation, we take the time to thoroughly evaluate individual cases based on facts and personal losses. We compare your case with similar cases that we’ve tried in federal or state courts. We advise you based on our full assessment of the case, and we will try the case if you do not receive a settlement we believe is fair.
To learn about the types of cases where we can represent you, click on the Our Practices tab of this website. We’ll meet with you for a no obligation, free consultation concerning your rights and due compensation for pain and suffering. If you feel justified in taking legal action and need a law firm that is respected as one of the top South Jersey trial attorneys, contact us now. At Westmoreland Vesper Quattrone & Beers, we’re dedicated to fair compensation for what’s right.