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Lynch Lynch Held Rosenberg, P.C.

Personal Injury, Medical Malpractice, Workers’ Compensation

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From Left: Michael S. Rosenberg, Neil S. Weiner, James S. Lynch, Arthur V. Lynch, Brian A. Held  

2015 was another banner year for the firm and the partnering attorneys who referred matters to the firm.

LYNCH LYNCH HELD ROSENBERG, P.C., with four Super Lawyers honorees, three certified trial Attorneys and four attorneys in the Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum, again proved why it’s the choice for attorneys to refer their personal injury, medical malpractice and workers’ compensation cases. The firm is permitted under New Jersey law to pay referral fees.

Founded in the 1940s by law professor Arthur V. Lynch, the firm is now managed by his grandsons, James and Arthur Lynch. The firm boasts of several attorneys who have attained verdicts or settlements in the multiple millions.

JAMES S. LYNCH, Managing Partner, handles construction accidents and medical malpractice cases. He is on the Executive Board of Governors of NJAJ. He was named to the 2008-2015 Super Lawyers lists. He is a Certified by the Supreme Court of the State of NJ as a Civil Trial Attorney. He has been selected to the NJ Top 100 Lawyers list by the ATLL and is a member of the Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum. In 2014, he was selected by the New Jersey Law Journal for the Personal Injury Award Hall of Fame. While many lawyers never achieve a verdict or settlement over $1 Million, Mr. Lynch has been lead counsel in more than 20 cases that have resulted in a verdict or settlement of $1 Million or more.

ARTHUR V. LYNCH, Managing Partner, handles construction accidents, auto accidents and general liability cases. He is also a member of the Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum and was named to Super Lawyers in 2014 and 2015. In 2014, he was selected by the New Jersey Law Journal for the Personal Injury Award Hall of Fame. Mr. Lynch is a Certified by the Supreme Court of the State of NJ as a Civil Trial Attorney. Notable verdicts and settlements include a $6.6 million dollar settlement during trial (tried with James Lynch) in Bergen County, NJ. In 2015, Mr. Lynch was selected for the New Jersey Law Journal’s annual “Top Verdicts & Settlements” for a $4.26 million verdict.

BRIAN A. HELD, Partner, received the prestigious AV Preeminent® rating from Martindale-Hubbell. Mr. Held was named to the Super Lawyers list from 2011-2015. Known as a relentless litigator, a few of his notable settlements include $4.55 million, $1.75 million, $1.5 million, $1.35 million and $1 million for severely injured or otherwise damaged clients. Mr. Held is a lifetime member of the Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum.

MICHAEL S. ROSENBERG, Partner, heads the Workers’ Compensation and Personal Injury Protection departments of the firm. Mr. Rosenberg is rated AV Preeminent® by Martindale-Hubbell. He was one of only seven claimant attorneys in the State of NJ to be appointed to the NAF Advisory Council. He is a member of the NJ Advisory Council on Safety and Health (COSH). Mr. Rosenberg received the highest possible AVVO rating, “superb” and is frequently called upon to speak on issues concerning No Fault and Workers’ Compensation law.

NEIL S. WEINER, Partner, aggressively pursues auto and truck crashes, general liability, medical malpractice, nursing home neglect and drowning cases. He is a Certified by the Supreme Cout of NJ as a Civil Trial Attorney and was named to the Super Lawyers list in 2014 and 2015. Notable verdicts include NJ’s largest drowning verdict of $10 million. Mr. Weiner has several verdicts and settlements that approach or exceed $1 million. He is the son of retired trial lawyer Richard Weiner, who was one of NJ’s most successful and talented trial lawyers. Mr. Weiner proudly carries on his family’s tradition of excellent representation for the injured.

440 State Route 17 North, 2nd FLoor, Hasbrouck Heights, NJ 07604 P: 800.656.9529 | lynchlawyers.com


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