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Experience You Can Trust

Have you been having trouble paying your medical bills after you have been injured? Do you need help getting your life back on track after a serious accident? Walter Faust, a Bergen County, New Jersey based office has been fighting for individuals devastated by tragedy for over twenty-five years. The office represents a limited number of clients so we might devote extraordinary attention to each of our clients. The office carefully chooses the claims it will prosecute so that the attorneys can dedicate the requisite time and energy to move each case swiftly to trial or settlement. We do not “handle cases”. We represent people. The office is “hands-on”. We encourage regular communication with our clients.

Emphasis of Practice

  • Car accident

    Motor Vehicle Accidents

    If you have been injured injured in a car accident, you need an attorney with the experience which will help you the proper measure of your damage.
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  • Personal Injury claims

    Personal Injury

    We reguarly work with a wide variety of personal injury claims, including, slip and fall injuries, work injuries and defective product injuries.
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  • Spinal Cord Injury

    Injury to the Spine

    Substantial experience guiding the interests of people who have suffered serious injuries to the spine.
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…The person who has, without fault on his part, been injured and who, because of his injury, is unable to work, and has a large family to support, and has no money to engage a lawyer, would be at the mercy of the person who disabled him because, being in a superior economic position, the injuring person could force on his victim, desperately in need of money to keep the candle of life burning in himself and his dependent ones, a wholly unconscionably meager sum in settlement, or even refuse to pay him anything at all. Any society, and especially a democratic one, worthy of respect in the spectrum of civilization, should never tolerate such a victimization of the weak by the mighty.”

Richette v. Solomon
187 A.2d 910, 919, (Pa.1963)