Personal Injury / Plaintiff Litigation

Our long tradition of defending civil litigation claims has given us unique insight into representing injured parties. We will fight on behalf of our clients to ensure that they receive a just outcome. From car accidents to slip and falls, we welcome the opportunity to discuss your personal injury claim and provide a free initial consultation.

Practicing Attorneys

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Matthew Moroney
Matthew Moroney
Jason W. Rubin
Jason W. Rubin
Claire Neiger
Claire Neiger
Robert P. Stein
Robert P. Stein
Dana M. Koos
Dana M. Koos
Eamon C. Merrigan
Eamon C. Merrigan
Patricia L. Howlett
Patricia L. Howlett
Thomas J. Giardina
Thomas J. Giardina
Samantha Pullman
Samantha Pullman
Matt regularly counsels insurance carriers on multi-claim investigations involving healthcare providers located in New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, and Maryland.  Matt and his team regularly analyze complex data, including medical records and billing, on an individual and multi-claim basis to identify questionable patterns and to assess potential fraud.  Matt has successfully litigated large scale affirmative actions with fraud, RICO, and declaratory judgment claims, which recouped millions of dollars for his clients.
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Jason Rubin serves as Chief Operating Officer and has been representing our clients in civil litigation lawsuits since 1996. Jason concentrates his practice on ADR, products liability and toxic torts and has managed the firm’s well-regarded mass tort department for over two decades.
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Claire Neiger leads GMR’s Medical Malpractice Practice Department with over thirty years of experience representing the area’s major hospitals, physicians, nurses, dentists, nursing homes, and long-term care facilities in major medical malpractice trials. These cases have included oncology, orthopedics, wound care, general surgery, radiology, family practice, psychiatry, obstetrics, and gynecology in Philadelphia, New Jersey,  and the surrounding counties.
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Robert brings extensive trial experience and a diverse background built on blended experience in the legal and business world.  While he is a successful and aggressive litigator, it is his understanding of how complex issues impact business which allows him to make smart decisions for his clients based on sound and progressive rationales.
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Dana is a partner with Goldberg, Miller & Rubin, P.C., managing our New York City office since 2013. Dana oversees the daily operations of all New York litigation for the firm and counsels associates in the defense of automotive negligence and other personal injury matters. Her expertise in third-party and first-party no-fault litigation has been a contributing factor in her victories in countless arbitrations and at trial.
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Partner and Chief Information Security Officer, Eamon Merrigan’s distinguished career as a trial attorney at Goldberg, Miller & Rubin is virtually unmatched throughout the region. For nearly two decades, he has practiced diligently in the defense of a broad range of exposures including many catastrophic loss and death cases. Eamon has remarkably obtained over 65 defense verdicts in jury trials throughout his tenure, many of which involved pre-trial settlement demands of over seven figures.
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Tom is an associate at Goldberg, Miller & Rubin’s Philadelphia office. His practice primarily focuses on the defense of clients in general liability, automotive negligence, uninsured/underinsured motorist, and premises liability cases. Tom has arbitrated first and third party auto negligent and premises liability cases in Philadelphia, and its surrounding counties, commonly obtaining defense or favorable verdicts. 
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Samantha is an associate in Goldberg, Miller & Rubin’s New York office. She concentrates her practice on defending automotive negligence and other personal injury claims and also assists with insurance and healthcare fraud claims. Samantha is known as a zealous advocate and concentrates on all phases of litigation, both inside and outside of the courtroom.
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