- Ford Issues Five Recalls of Defective Trucks and SUVs
May 06, 2016Read More
Ford Motor Company announced five different recalls of faulty vehicles, including the automotive company’s popular series of F-150 trucks. The total amount of Ford-manufactured vehicles that are subject to recall is 285,000, with most of the recalled cars, trucks and SUVs coming from the United States, Canada and Mexico. The five recalls include: Recall #1: Ford and […]
- Child Marriages Are Still Legal in New Jersey under Certain Circumstances
April 25, 2016Read More
In most U.S. states, a person must be at least 18 years old in order to consent to get married. However, these age requirements can easily be set aside when certain legal “exceptions” apply, whether it’s a parent consenting to the marriage or a judge providing official judicial consent to the child marriage. These exceptions […]
- U.S. Supreme Court Declines to Hear Case Challenging Legalized Marijuana in Colorado
April 20, 2016Read More
The United States Supreme Court has said that it will not hear a case challenging Colorado’s legalized marijuana laws. The lawsuit was filed by Colorado’s neighboring states, Nebraska and Oklahoma, with the plaintiffs alleging that the legalization of pot in Colorado had caused illegal drug activity in their own states as users, and distributors, crossed state borders. […]
- New Jersey Supreme Court Denies Challenge of Roving Wiretaps
April 14, 2016Read More
The NJ Supreme Court recently handed down a decision that potentially expands the ability of state law enforcement to use roving wiretaps in criminal cases. The important decision was issued in the case of Hector Feliciano, a convicted drug dealer who had been accused of trafficking heroin throughout Camden, New Jersey. Camden County prosecutors had argued that Feliciano […]
- Federal Officials Call on Doctors in NJ, PA, Other States to Use National Database to Track Prescription Drugs
April 06, 2016Read More
More Americans than ever are addicted to prescription drugs, with prescription drug overdose deaths at an all-time high, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The federal government has responded by pushing states, including New Jersey and Pennsylvania, to require doctors to log in to a national database that tracks painkiller prescriptions. […]
- New Law Could Make It Illegal to “Walk and Text” in New Jersey
March 30, 2016Read More
People who walk and text in New Jersey could soon find themselves with lighter wallets. That’s because NJ lawmakers are considering legislation that would make it illegal for pedestrians to use their cellphones while walking on sidewalks. New Jersey Assemblywoman Pamela Lampitt, who represents Camden, NJ, recently proposed a bill that would ban pedestrians from […]
- US FDA Says That Prescription Painkillers Must Include Warnings About Health Risks
March 29, 2016Read More
A major category of prescription painkillers will now come with a “black box warning” that alerts consumers to the possible adverse health consequences that come with use of the drugs. The warnings are being issued by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), which is taking drastic measures in response to a frightening rise in prescription […]
- Individuals Convicted of Drug Crimes in NJ Could Sue after Revelation That Lab Tech Faked Evidence
March 23, 2016Read More
New Jersey government officials are still dealing with the aftermath of the revelation that Kamalkant Shah, a lab technician with NJ State Police, faked the results of evidence analysis in a marijuana case. At least a dozen people who were convicted of NJ drug crimes are now set to file lawsuits against the New Jersey State […]
- Pennsylvania Man behind “Fappening” Scandal, Hacking of Nude Photos from Jennifer Lawrence, Pleads Guilty to Federal Criminal Charges
March 17, 2016Read More
The man who illegally gained access to private nude photographs of numerous female celebrities is set to plead guilty to felony computer hacking charges in violation of the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act. Ryan Collins, a 36-year-old Pennsylvania man, became infamous after federal authorities discovered that he was the person behind the “Fappening” scandal, a naked celebrity […]
- Thousands of NJ Drug Convictions in Jeopardy after Lab Technician Faked Marijuana Evidence
March 09, 2016Read More
It is possible that nearly 8,000 drug crime cases could be affected by news that a New Jersey State Police laboratory technician faked crucial evidence in a marijuana possession case. Kamalkant Shah was employed by NJ State Police as a lab tech. He primarily worked at a laboratory in Little Falls, New Jersey, but the cases for […]
Garber Law, P.C. Has Achieved Numerous
Multi-Million Dollar Results
Get The Compensation You Deserve!
Settlements and verdicts may vary and are based on the many factors of your case, etc.
(The below information may not apply to your settlement and verdict).
$10 Million Dollars
Settlement During Trial for a Leg Amputation
★Mr. Garber is amazing! He walked me through my lawsuit every step of the way and answered all of my questions. Not only is he a great lawyer, but he was very caring about my feelings and health throughout the whole process. Thank you, Mr. Garber, for everything you’ve done for me, especially for winning my case!
★Working with the firm was my best decision. They were extremely helpful and knowledgeable and definitely worked hard for their clients. I would highly recommend them.
★Mr. Garber is simply the best. Very knowledgeable, honest, and helpful throughout the whole process. He has been practicing law for many years and is a true professional in the courtroom. Joel Wayne Garber will fight hard for what you deserve.