Three Generations Of Experience: Let Our Family Help Yours
Over the past 40 years, empathy, passion, and resilience have been trademark characteristics of The Jacob Fuchsberg Law Firm. As a firm, we focus on fighting for the rights of those who have been placed in vulnerable positions and are in need of legal support.
Our attorneys have a breadth of experience advocating for those with cases pertaining to medical malpractice, birth injury, personal injury, foster care neglect, nursing home neglect, construction workers’ compensation under labor law, and 9/11 injury compensation. We also advocate for cases involving civil rights violations such as police brutality, protection of prisoners’ rights against cruel and inhumane treatment, and employment discrimination. In addition, we work for justice on a broader scale through class-action and whistle-blower Qui Tam lawsuits.
Advocates Dedicated To Achieving Our Clients Justice
We focus on approaching each case with an individualized and fresh mindset—as no two persons’ circumstances are the same. In our time of advocating for people in New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut, we have received cases that have been too challenging for less versatile law firms. We use our ever-expanding perspective to forge original arguments and paths in order to win varieties of cases.
This perspective arises from not only our many years of dedication and our breadth of casework, but also by working as a multi-faceted team—our attorneys ranging in legal focus and experiences. We dedicate ourselves to each person’s case with creativity and persistence to achieve justice for clients faced with emotional, physical, and mental harm. We believe that your story deserves to be heard, and fought for.
VERDICTS & SETTLEMENTS
Widow brought a wrongful death suit against a doctor after botched surgery of her husband.
Infant was brain damaged at birth due to the failure of a doctor to perform a c-section.
A wife and mother of three was paralyzed as a result of a faulty car roof design.
Failure to order an MRI resulted in permanent paralysis of a 14-year-old boy.
An infant was neurologically impaired as a result failure to perform a c-section.
Wrongful death of a pregnant woman and one of her babies, leaving the other brain injured.
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