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The Law Office of E. Gregory M. Cannarozzi has been litigating personal injury cases from dog bites to serious surgeries involving a multiple-level cervical and lumbar discectomy and fusion. In New Jersey, the standard of negligence is known as modified comparative negligence, which means that the plaintiff, the party who was injured, is entitled to monetary (non-economic) damages as well as economic, compensatory, and on occasion punitive damages for serious injuries sustained, which are permanent in nature. E. Gregory M. Cannarozzi has represented clients who have been injured from product liability cases, hazardous and ultra-hazardous conditions, auto accidents, slip-and-fall accidents, dog bites, assault and battery, and wrongful death for over 25 years.

In order to effectively represent an individual, it is necessary to have obtained a competent a level, in the area of medicine involved as well as proficiency in trial technique and strategy. In the course of attorney Cannarozzi’s representation of individuals, as well as in his capacity as a dispute resolution professional, he has acquired the recognition of the nature of the complexity of an individual’s sustained injuries, as well as the efficient techniques required in the process of direct and cross-examination to maximum result to a client’s claim. In an ever-changing world of tort reform, especially related to auto injury claims, it is imperative that an individual obtain maximum legal representation in prosecuting his/her claim against the wrongdoer/tortfeasor. Over the past 25 years, Mr. Cannarozzi has acquired a toolbox of skills that are required to obtain maximum results

At the Law Office of E. Gregory M. Cannarozzi in Oradell, New Jersey, attorney Cannarozzi helps injured workers recover all the compensation they deserve, pursuing third-party claims in addition to workers’ compensation claims.