Fox & Melofchik, L.L.C. is a full-service, general practice law firm with over 80 years of combined experience. Our attorneys provide a full range of services and representation to individuals and businesses throughout New Jersey. Our areas of expertise include, but are not limited to, Appeals, Bankruptcy, Business Law, Civil Litigation (State & Federal), Criminal Law, Divorce/Family Law & Civil Unions, Domestic Violence, DWI/DUI, Employment Law, Expungements, Foreclosures, Mediation, Motor Vehicle Violations, Municipal Court, Personal Injury & Workers’ Compensation, Real Estate (Commercial & Residential), Zoning, Planning & Land Use.
Our philosophy is to provide each client with the highest level of legal representation in an efficient, responsive and individualized manner within our friendly and professional environment. Our understanding of the law and dedication to quality are the foundation for our long-standing relationships with all of our clients.
A trained mediator can help you and your spouse navigate the divorce process with as little confusion, animosity, and additional expense as possible. Mediation also allows you to maintain some control over the decision-making process. Our divorce lawyers are skilled mediators who can help you reach solutions that you are both comfortable with, avoiding the high cost and unpredictability of a trial.
Personal injury law involves recovery of money damages for people who have been injured as a result of someone's negligence. If you have been injured due to the fault of another you may be entitled to recover money damages from the responsible party. Money damages from may include the recovery of medical bills, lost wages, property loss, and recovery for permanent injuries and pain & suffering.
A car accident can happen at any time, at any place, and often when least expected. Severe injuries, life-altering disabilities, and even death suffered in an automobile accident can devastate the life of a victim and their loved ones. The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety and the Highway Loss Data Institute reported that over 30,000 people died in car accidents across our nation in the year 2013.
Property owners, whether a private homeowner, business proprietors or public building managers, are legally responsible for maintaining their premises to ensure there are no hazardous conditions that could injure an individual. When the property is not maintained, and an individual is injured, a premises liability claim may be filed. It's important to seek an experienced personal injury lawyer.