Ben Levine, Of Counsel, Personal Injury Law
Ben Levine, a former Naval Officer, and a former Deputy Attorney General of New Jersey, has been admitted to the bar for more than 50 years, and currently serves Of Counsel.
For most of his career, Ben ran his own practice focusing on personal injury law and medical malpractice. Among the cases in which Ben has achieved outstanding results are representation of more than 60 firemen who suffered injuries such as cancer and emphysema due to the explosion of an illegal chemical dump; representation of several hemophilia patients who became infected with HIV/AIDS from contaminated blood supplies; and representation of the families of victims of the 9/11 World Trade Center tragedy. One of his W.T.C. cases was designated as a test case to determine the minimum amount for which those cases would be settled pursuant to the pertinent Bill passed by the U.S. Congress.
Ben formerly served as the business representative to the United States for the Council of Chiefs of the Ewe Tribe of West Africa. His passions including spending time with his grandchildren, photography, and visiting his second home in northeastern Pennsylvania with his wife Arlene.
- Of Counsel
- New Jersey State Court
- New Jersey Federal Court
- New York State Court
- New York Federal Court, Southern District of New York
- United States Supreme Court
- International Criminal Court, The Hague
- J.D., Rutgers University School of Law