A New Jersey Law Firm For The Seriously Wronged
With a Stellar Record of Success
O’Connor, Parsons, Lane & Noble formed as a result of the merger of two of the most formidable law firms in New Jersey. In 2008, partners Scott Parsons, Paul O’Connor, William Lane, Greg Noble, and the legendary medical malpractice attorney Gerald O'Connor joined practices, resulting in over 100 years of combined experienced, tremendous results for our clients, and the respect of our peers.
We specialize in the area of personal injury litigation, with a significant emphasis on medical malpractice claims. This representation of plaintiffs throughout the state of New Jersey has resulted in unparalleled success. In fact, the New Jersey Law Journal has frequently highlighted our firm’s success by reporting on our medical malpractice verdicts and settlements, including a $28 million verdict, a $14.9 million settlement, $14 million settlement, a $10.5 million verdict, a $7 million verdict, and a $6 million verdict. This small sample of verdicts and settlements, combined with our many other multi-million dollar medical malpractice recoveries, has made O’Connor, Parsons, Lane, & Noble a leader in the industry.
While having a significant emphasis in medical malpractice litigation, we have had equal success in employment litigation. O’Connor, Parsons, Lane, & Noble’s team of attorneys have successfully represented thousands of employees who have been harmed by the unlawful conduct of their employer. This has resulted in millions of dollars in compensation for the harms caused by this conduct, including the highest verdict in New Jersey history for a single plaintiff, $22 million dollars.
It should be noted that our firm’s success has been achieved in all areas of civil litigation, including construction accidents, car accidents and other forms of personal injury, including a $6 million verdict involving a failure to maintain a railway properly.
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All four of our partners are part of the American Board of Trial Advocates (ABOTA), an honor “given to those who display civility, integrity, and skill in trial advocacy.” In addition, all four partners are Fellows in the highly regarded American College of Trial Lawyers (ACTL), based on the highest standards of “trial practice, professionalism, ethics and administration of justice.” Membership is offered by invitation, after a minimum of 15 years’ trial experience and after being thoroughly vetted, to experienced trial lawyers who “have mastered the art of advocacy.” Fellowship in the College is restricted to the rare air of the top one percent of the lawyer population in any state or province. All of a firm's partners being recognized at this level is not common in the industry.