Over the years, many pleased clients have sent notes thanking Barry Sugarman and Sugarman Law for outstanding representation during their time of need. If you are searching for legal representation in one of our areas of expertise, we encourage you to look at examples of our verdicts and settlements, along with what some of our happy clients have to say about us.
Marcella Ryan Piscataway, New Jersey
Diane Leonard New Jersey
Pat Larsen Mahwah, New Jersey
Dear Barry, thanks again for your professionalism and superb work that you did on behalf of my mother Louise Crayne and the Crayne family.
Clara Crayne Hackettstown, New Jersey
Dear Barry, My family and I want to thank you for your kindness, help, skill, expertise and good humor. You have given me a measure of peace in a difficult time; I feel that we have been given justice.
Laurel Hall Hamilton, New Jersey
Barry – I wanted to thank you again for your relentless pursuit of justice for my family.
We definitely chose the right firm to represent us and we were always treated with dignity and respect from the very beginning. Thanks again.
Anthony Washington Glassboro, New Jersey
Hi Barry, I just wanted to thank you (and your entire staff) for all your help, guidance and support as we navigated the lawsuit on mom’s behalf. You truly “got” our position and advocated perfectly on our’s and our mom’s behalf. This settlement has brought us all closure and relief, which was surprisingly unexpected.
I pray I never need your services again, but am SO very thankful that someone as conscientious and capable as you, has decided to specialize defending the elderly and those in nursing homes, is a blessing.
Thank you again for all you did for us, we will never forget you. I pray you have many more meaningful years with your parents.
Barb Farcher Saugerties, New York
“…Thank you for all of your hard work on my mom’s Nursing Home Abuse case. God Bless your patience! In appreciation of your kindness, a gift has been made in your honor to the St. Francis Breadline to continue feeding the poor and hungry daily…”
Anthony David DiFillippo Jersey City, New Jersey
Please accept my heartfelt thanks for all you did for my family. Please thank your staff as I am sure they worked hard. It is so nice to finally get justice for my mother.
THANK YOU !!!!!! THANK YOU !!!!!! THANK YOU !!!!!!”
Jane Murphy Congers, New York
Thank you for the great job you did on our case. Your handling of our father’s case brought to light that there are good attorneys that believe in doing right by their clients and a continuing the fight against the people that engage in Elder Abuse.”
Lisa Wasko Old Bridge, New Jersey
“…Thank you again for the efforts you made on my mom’s behalf. What was done to her and the way she was treated by the nursing home was a nightmare. This was a thorn in my side with unresolved pain. My feelings of relief are great. Thanks again for all you did…”
Pat D’Ettorre Manahawkin, New Jersey
“…Thank you for your work for me and my family … If I know anyone needing an attorney, you’ll be the one…”
Jim Rocks Turnersville, New Jersey
“I just wanted to send a quick thank you note for convincing me to finish the 50 page packet in the beginning of the Yaz settlement process. Everything that you explained to me was clear and accurate. The money that I have gotten has been life changing so I really appreciate the time that you took to talk to me …”
Resi Size Laurel, Maryland
“Hello Barry– We want to say a proper THANK YOU. It has been an ordeal and we couldn’t have done it without you. I would recommend you highly, if ever the need should arise.”
Bed sores, also known as pressure ulcers or decubitus ulcers, are a common problem for patients in nursing homes. These sores can be painful, debilitating, and, in severe cases, even life-threatening. If your parent or loved one is in a nursing home and has developed bed sores, it is important [..]
Nursing homes are meant to be safe havens for the elderly, providing them with the care and attention they need in their later years. However, not all nursing homes meet these expectations. Injuries in nursing homes are unfortunately common, and when they happen, the question of who is liable often [..]
Abuse can come in many forms, including physical, emotional, sexual, and financial abuse. Unfortunately, many instances of abuse go unreported, as residents may not have the ability to communicate what is happening to them or they may fear retaliation from staff members. Nursing homes are meant to be safe havens [..]
against a nursing home for the choking death of a resident
against an assisted living facility for injury and wrongful death of
against a Middlesex County nursing home for a resident’s pressure ulcers and
settlement for workers with mesothelioma, lung cancer, and asbestosis caused by asbestos in the workplace