Positional plagiocephaly is when your infant child’s head is deformed by resting too long in one position. It sounds serious, but in most cases it is not. However, there are some causes for concern, and places where your doctor’s recommendations may lead to worse outcomes for you and your child. Sometimes these outcomes may have a lifetime of impact. It’s important to understand these so that you know when you may have cause to at least get a second opinion, and when you may want to consider a medical malpractice lawsuit.Continue Reading
South Jersey Personal Injury and Malpractice Attorneys
Certified by the Supreme Court of New Jersey as Civil Trial Attorneys, Michael S. Berger, Kenneth G. Andres, Jr. And Tommie Ann Gibney have a proven record of success in obtaining multimillion-dollar settlements and verdicts.
Reputation for Excellence
Lawyers throughout the state refer their major cases, as well as their family and friends, to Andres & Berger. The legal community has repeatedly recognized the firm for its skillful representation of personal injury and medical malpractice clients. They are often selected by their peers and clients as top lawyers in New Jersey. Andres & Berger understands that clients are dealing with serious injuries, along with severe pain and emotional trauma. They have helped thousands of clients recover the money they need to pay their medical bills, support their families and be compensated for their injuries.
Certified Civil Trial Lawyers
Berger, Andres and Gibney are among the fewer than 2 percent of New Jersey attorneys certified by the Supreme Court of New Jersey as Civil Trial Attorneys.The firm of Andres & Berger is a vital presence in the legal community. Its lawyers teach other lawyers how to try cases. They lecture extensively on trial law, medical malpractice, automobile and truck accidents and nursing home negligence.
Andres, Berger and Gibney each served as president of the Association of Trial Lawyers of America-New Jersey (now known as the New Jersey Association for Justice-NJAJ). Berger and Andres are fellows of the American College of Trial Lawyers (Fellowship is extended only by invitation, after careful investigation, to those experienced trial lawyers who have mastered the art of advocacy and whose professional careers have been marked by the highest standards of ethical conduct, professionalism, civility and collegiality.)
Andres serves as a national governor of the American Association for Justices. Andres and Berger have been adjunct professors of law at Rutgers University - Camden School of Law, where they taught trial practice. They have been selected to serve on New Jersey Supreme Court Committees for Ethics, Civil Practice and Model Civil Jury Charges.Learn More About Our Firm