103 Eisenhower Parkway
Roseland, NJ, 07068
Mazie Slater Katz & Freeman, LLC based in Essex County, New Jersey is among the most prominent trial law firms in New Jersey, its attorneys having won hundreds of millions of dollars for its clients. The firm's success on cases has been described by a New Jersey judge as "astounding."
The firm's partners, NJ certified civil trial attorneys, have handled the simplest to the most complex of cases and have helped to shape the law of personal injury, medical malpractice, products liability, class actions, managed care, and commercial litigation.
We have developed a national reputation for handling difficult and high profile cases, many of which have been featured in newspapers and magazines around the country, as well as on NBC, CBS, ABC, Court TV, Dan Abrams Reports, and Dateline. Each of our lead trial lawyers has been certified by the New Jersey Supreme Court as Civil Trial Attorneys, and our partners have received numerous awards of distinction, such the New Jersey Law Journal’s Lawyer of the Year award and Best Lawyers, Law Dragon's Top 500 Plaintiff's Lawyers in the Country, Super Lawyers, and Ten Leaders recognitions.
Over the past several years, the firm's managing partner David A. Mazie has won numerous jury verdicts and settlements in excess of $1 million, including the landmark $135 million liquor liability verdict against Aramark which is the largest personal injury verdict in New Jersey history. Most recently, Mr. Mazie obtained an $18.5 million jury verdict for birth injury malpractice, a $15.75 million settlement for accounting malpractice, a $12 million medical malpractice/wrongful death jury verdict, and a confidential settlement in the landmark case of Ravin Sarasohn vs. Lowenstein Sandler involving claims of unfair competition by one law firm against another law firm.
The New Jersey Law Journal named Mr. Mazie the Lawyer of the Year. A Lawyer's Publication has described Mr. Mazie as a "Warrior" who is "relentless, aggressive and creative." Mr. Mazie is routinely quoted in newspapers and magazines, and regularly makes television appearances regarding his cases.