The Jersey City personal injury law firm of Krivitzky, Springer & Feldman has represented New Jersey accident victims since 1976. Each of its attorneys has over 15 years experience helping those who have suffered injury or loss through another's negligence.
The experienced personal injury and worker's compensation lawyers apply over 90 years of combined experience in a wide range of personal injury cases, such as car accidents and other motor vehicle accidents (MVAs), slip, trip and fall-down accidents, work-related injuries, conditions or exposures, medical malpractice, wrongful death, dog bites or attacks, and other injuries. The team at Krivitzky, Springer & Feldman has handled thousands of cases and recovered many millions of dollars for its injured clients. Most of the clients are recommended to the law firm by former clients or by other attorneys in New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania.
Each case, big or small, receives the same professional attention to detail. The firm works on a contingency fee, which means if it recovers money for its client in a settlement or at a trial, its fee will be a percentage of the net recovery. This percentage is set by New Jersey law. If there is no recovery, the client does not owe the firm anything — not even the firm’s expenses. In addition, the firm never charges for telephone or in-person consultations related to accident or injury case.
Principal Contact: Adam Springer
Managing Partner of Krivitzky, Springer & Feldman
Education: B.A. in Economics from Columbia University in 1991
Law degree from Fordham University School of Law in 1994
New Jersey, 1994
U.S. District Court District of New Jersey, 1994
Languages Known: Spanish
Specialization: Personal Injury, Workers Compensation, Municipal Court, Litigation
Experience: For the past 15+ years, Adam has focused on civil cases including automobile accidents, vehicle accidents, fall downs, and other types of injury cases. Fighting for the injured, big case or small, he strives to deliver personal attention to his clients' needs. Aggressive advocacy, tempered with compassionate guidance, is his benchmark. As he endeavors to achieve maximum compensation for all of his injured clients, his greatest satisfaction comes from knowing that many of his former clients continue to refer family and friends to the Firm when they have been injured.
Hudson County Moot Court, Holy Family Academy, Bayonne, NJ, September 8, 1996 - May 20, 1998
Professional Associations and Memberships:
New Jersey Association of Personal Injury Lawyers, Member, 2008 - Present
It caters to clients in New Jersey New York and Pennsylvania.