On January 13, 2014, U.S. District Judge Robert Kugler granted a motion to remand the claims of approximately 30 plaintiffs to the Gloucester County Superior Court. In September 2013, the case Belbin v. Consolidated Rail Corp. had been removed to federal court based on diversity jurisdiction; one of the plaintiffs was from Pennsylvania. However, plaintiffs moved for remand since the plaintiff from Pennsylvania shared citizenship with Philadelphia-based Conrail.
The Toxic Injury Lawyers represent over 100 plaintiffs in a separate suit pertaining to the November 2012 train derailment in Paulsboro.
"I highly recommend this law firm because they were responsive and sensitive to my needs and won. I chose this firm after having talked to 6 other firms because within minutes of contacting them I was able to speak to Mr. Lieberman himself. Mr. Lieberman and the junior attorneys did not make me feel small just because I am an individual, a mother, and not a big corporation. My phone calls & emails were returned promptly. They listened to exactly what I wanted & delivered. The defendant was nasty and ignored us and at times I felt like this was going nowhere. The attorneys worked well to reach a settlement that exceeded my expectations. Mr. Lieberman is a very seasoned lawyer who has compassion for his clients. The best thing about Mr. Lieberman is that he trains his staff to have that same level of compassion and respect for clients. " - Z.B., Jersey City, NJ
"I would like to personally thank Lieberman & Blecher for their help and advice to my family in dealing with an environmental cleanup issue. When it is a big company and their legal team against a small property owner, I have learned that you need an expert to protect your property and your rights. The team at Lieberman & Blecher did this for my family in a professional and cost effective manner. I would certainly recommend this firm to anyone in need of legal assistance" - C.K., Woodbridge, NJ