The Law Offices of G. Martin Meyers
The Law Offices of G. Martin Meyers is a New Jersey-based litigation boutique that has repeatedly proven its ability to deliver “large firm” results in a small-firm atmosphere. Mr. Meyers and his legal team are able to deliver these results without compromising the personal attention and personal touch so vital to success in trial.
Trial Lawyers with a Record of Results
Known for a long history of successes in complex cases, the Meyers firm concentrates its practice in the areas of Wrongful Death, Products Liability, Medical Malpractice, Car Accidents, Investment/Securities Fraud, Class Actions, Employment Law and Estate Planning. With a list of multi-million dollar settlements and verdicts to its credit, the Meyers firm has a strong record of results. Among them:
- A $9.9 million verdict in a product liability action against Harley Davidson for a motorcycle design defect
- A $9.5 million settlement for 800 investors against the Ridgewood Energy Corp.
- A $2.1 million settlement for 25 investors, victims of a financial planner who stole from their retirement funds over a five-year period
- A $1.15 million verdict for a medical equipment saleswoman, a victim of job discrimination after she became pregnant
- A 2.7 million jury verdict for breach of contract against a medical equipment manufacturer, for research work performed on the company’s behalf by a prominent physician.
- Mr. Meyers won an arbitration award in the amount of $99,355, in January of 2011, in the case of Giller v. Oracle USA., Inc.,
A Strong Legal Team on Your Side
G. Martin Meyers, the firm’s founder, is a Certified Civil Trial Attorney with more than 25 years of experience in all forms of civil litigation and trial practice. Mr. Meyers is one of a very small percentage of lawyers who are certified as Civil Trial Attorneys by the Supreme Court of New Jersey. He also is one of a very small percentage of lawyers who has won verdicts and appeals in both state and federal courts in New Jersey, including products liability verdicts in both state and federal court. Justin A. Meyers, of counsel to the firm, is admitted to practice in both New York, New Jersey, and Washington, D.C. He is among the small percentage of attorneys with a Masters in Business Administration (“M.B.A.”), and a reported Appellate Division decision in Murnane v. Finch Landscaping, LLC, 420 N.J. Super. 331, cert. denied, 208 N.J. 600 (2011). Thomas A. Whelihan, also of counsel to the firm, is a tax attorney who specializes in estate planning and corporate transactions. Susan S. Singer, also of counsel to the firm, is a trial lawyer with extensive experience and prominence in the field of employment discrimination and civil rights. Her reputation is enhanced by the fact that she is one of the few attorneys in the nation who has prevailed in appeals before the Third Circuit Court of Appeals for both Plaintiffs and Defendants in employment cases.
This legal team’s trial experience and track records are valuable assets in settlement negotiations. Since the majority of all cases are settled out of court, choosing a law firm that is experienced in delivering highly favorable settlements and jury verdicts provides you with the best opportunity to maximize the value of your legal rights.
The Driving Force
G. Martin (Gary) Meyers holds a B.S.E. from the Wharton School of Finance and Commerce and a J.D. from New York University School of Law. He takes pride in giving personal attention to every client. Asked what gets him up every morning, his response is quick: “The opportunity to right wrongs, and to fight against widespread fraud and abuse.”
Based in Denville, New Jersey (Morris County), the firm accepts cases from throughout the United States. If you believe that you may have a case in the area of Wrongful Death, Products Liability, Medical Malpractice, Car Accidents, Investment/Securities Fraud, Class Actions, Employment Law and Estate Planning, call the Law Offices of G. Martin Meyers at (973) 625-0838.
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