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.
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The Wall Street Journal reports that the FBI is investigating whether manufacturers of laparoscopic power morcellators, a surgical device used in hysterectomy procedures, knew that the device increased patients’ risk of developing cancer for years before they took steps to address this risk. The morcellator is a cutting instrument used in hysterectomy surgery to cut Read More
“I was astounded to read the American Association of Railroads claim that railroads ‘have emergency plans in place for responding to any type of incident’ says Mark Cuker in the Philadelphia Inquirer’s “Dialog” section today, May 27, 2015. “In fact, the railroads had no emergency plan for Paulsboro, even with cars full of hazardous chemicals Read More
In an important win for consumers, a federal appeals court ruled on May 22, 2015 that one of the country’s biggest debt collectors—Midland Funding, LLC—may have violated the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act by charging interest above a state’s usury limits on credit card debt originated by Bank of America. This ruling is significant because Read More
A New York bound Amtrak train derailed and overturned in Philadelphia Tuesday (May 12) night, killing eight people and injuring dozens more. Train 188, carrying a total of 243 people, had been heading to New York from Washington D.C. when it derailed around 9:30 p.m according to officials. The derailment was reported on railroad tracks Read More
Update: Conrail Signs Secret Settlements Update from Williams Cuker Berezofsky, May 2014: Attorneys Mark Cuker and Alan Sklarsky report that the Paulsboro chemical spill matter is ongoing. If you have been offered a settlement and have not yet spoken with an attorney, contact our firm before signing any document that may waive your rights to Read More
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit issued a decision reinstating the Title VII retaliation discrimination claims of WCB client Sammy Perry, deceased, now represented by his surviving daughter, Kayunta Johnson Winters. In its decision issued on April 22, 2015, the Third Circuit held that Mr. Perry presented sufficient evidence for a jury Read More
The Wall Street Journal reports today: New scientific findings released Tuesday linked earthquakes to the practice of injecting wastewater from oil and gas operations deep underground, adding to a growing consensus among researchers that energy development is probably causing seismic activity in Oklahoma, Texas and other parts of the U.S. The enviromental protection attorneys at Read More
Philadelphia will soon become an energy “hub” despite the aging and failing railroad cars, tracks and facilities. Chemical and oil train derailments, explosions and spills are a growing concern for public health and businesses. A recent article in the Philadelphia City Paper reports that the shipment of toxic materials through the metro and surrounding areas Read More
The environmental protection attorneys at Williams Cuker Berezofsky are alerting the public that home heating oil spills, typically occurring during the delivery of the heating oil, can damage not only the home and endanger your health, but can pollute your soil and potentially the drinking water for homes with wells. Well water can become toxic Read More
Medtronic, the dominant player in the insulin infusion pump market, issued three separate recalls or “Urgent Medical Device Safety Notifications” in 2013 concerning patient safety issues involving its Paradigm MiniMed Insulin Pump and Continuous Glucose Monitoring System and related equipment. The attorneys of Williams Cuker Berezofsky are investigating injuries and deaths caused by the MiniMed pumps. The firm, representing Read More
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.