Williams Cuker Berezofsky’s clients are the victims of individual, corporate and governmental wrongs. The firm represents plaintiffs in complex litigation, ranging from environmental and “toxic tort” cases to medical product cases; from negligence cases to actions for false arrest or sexual harassment.
In particular, we have devoted our practice to protecting:
People who are harmed by environmental contamination, exposed to toxic chemicals at home or at work, harmed by pharmaceutical or medical products, or injured in accidents; and
People who are victimized by discrimination or harassment, denied their right to privacy, penalized for whistleblowing, or subject to police misconduct or false arrest; and
People who are deceived by consumer fraud and unfair business practices, or wronged in a managed care or HMO dispute.
At Williams Cuker Berezofsky, we are dedicated to helping our clients attain the safety, security and compensation that they deserve.
Esther Berezofsky gets $78.7 Million Jury Award in Prempro lawsuitRead More...
From PublicJustice.com: Consumer and Environmental Litigator Esther Berezofsky Becomes President of Public Justice Williams Cuker Berezofsky law firm partner heads national public interest law group Esther Berezofsky, a litigator known for her accomplishments in leading pharmaceutical and medical device litigation, and representing communities impacted by environmental contamination, became Public Justice’s President at its Annual Meeting Read More
The New Jersey DEP has announced that a number of private wells in West Deptford are contaminated with high levels of perflourinated compounds (PFC’s) from the nearby Solvay plant. Some wells have levels of PFNA which are many times higher than DEP’s interim recommended standard of 20 parts per trillion (PPT) or 0.020 parts per Read More
New Jersey consumers who are part of a class action lawsuit against Aaron’s, Inc. in federal court may not be subject to debt-collection counterclaims by Aaron’s in the class action, the United States District Court for the District of New Jersey recently ruled in Korrow v. Aaron’s, Inc. The Korrow case was brought Read More
The State of New Jersey contracts with its county welfare agencies to make Medicaid eligibility determinations. An applicant for benefits is financially eligible if his or her income is less than or equal to the threshold set for that particular year. In making that financial eligibility assessment, the county welfare agencies are supposed to exclude Read More
On March 12, 2014, Chief Judge Petrese B. Tucker (E.D. Pa.) denied in full a motion by Allied Wire and Cable, Inc. to dismiss the amended complaint of a former employee it fired for notifying the government that Allied had been defrauding the U.S. Department of Defense. WCB represents the former employee. The amended complaint Read More
WCB was honored to file an amicus curiae brief on behalf of national and state public interest organizations urging the Pennsylvania Supreme Court to uphold the claims of a consumer challenging unfair debt-collection practices. In the case of Christina Grimes v. Enterprise Leasing Co. of Philadelphia, LLC, No. 4 MAP 2014, the Court has Read More
The Drinking Water Quality Institute (DWQI), an advisory board to the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection, held its first meeting in four years this past week. DWQI is investigating the high levels of PFCs found in some of New Jersey’s municipal water supplies. As reported by NJTVNews, http://www.njtvonline.org/news/video/board-investigates-nj-water-quality/, New Jersey has nearly three Read More
Three resident families of Paulsboro New Jersey filed a law suit in the United States District Court of New Jersey on February 10, 2014 against Solvay Specialty Polymers, LLC and related companies because they contaminate the drinking water in Paulsboro, New Jersey. The families are demanding that Solvay clean up the water, provide alternate water Read More
When the government bailed out the big banks, it required them to help struggling borrowers by modifying loans to lower their monthly payments. Instead of helping borrowers, Bank of America (BOA) has made life extremely difficult for borrowers who try to lower their payments, in some cases even after it agreed to modify their Read More
Recent medical studies have linked statin medications, including Lipitor, to an increased risk of Type II diabetes in women. WCB is currently evaluating such claims.
Williams Cuker Berezofsky has been committed to protecting the personal, civil and consumer rights of individuals since 1985. With offices in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and Cherry Hill, New Jersey, we represent clients both locally and nationally. Our team of attorneys and staff consists of people of diverse backgrounds and experience — all of whom are dedicated to championing the rights of our clients.