Law360 Highlights Lauren Fraser’s Personal Injury Practice and Einhorn Barbarito’s Legacy of Trial Advocacy as she Joins the firm’s New Sparta OfficeJuly 25, 2023 | Results may vary depending on your particular facts and legal circumstances.
“Einhorn’s legacy of representation and trial advocacy” is one of the reasons Lauren Fraser joined Einhorn Barbarito’s Personal Injury practice, as she explained in a Law360 article about her move to the firm and to its new office in Sparta, New Jersey. Further, she expressed the positive impact on her clients, as she can now offer access to legal counsel on estate planning, growing their businesses, tax strategies, or dealing with family disputes.
As a lifelong resident of Sussex County, Lauren has said that in the area of personal injury, it is the jury verdicts and certain litigation that holds people and corporations who cause injury accountable, and that her litigation practice has taught her that juries are the gatekeepers of our communities, enforcing the rules and helping to keep our communities safer for families and clients. She said in the Law360 article, “My goal is to tell their stories to our jurors in the most effective way possible to help them obtain the compensation they need to help make up for what was taken away from them as a result of someone else’s negligence,” Fraser added. Law360 added, “She’s made multiple recoveries of over $1 million for clients in Sussex County in cases ranging from motor vehicle accidents to sexual assault and workplace injury.”
The article also notes that as part of the firm’s expansion to Sussex County, Einhorn Barbarito partner Jason R. Rittie has moved his real estate, land use and zoning practice and will oversee operations of the new office location in Sparta.
“We are excited about the continued, strategic growth of our firm,” said Patricia M. Barbarito, co-managing partner and chair of the firm’s board of directors. “Lauren is an accomplished trial lawyer and a tremendous advocate for her clients.”
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