Jack Bingham

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Telephone: 201-288-2022
Email: [email protected]

Jack J. Bingham is an aggressive attorney with a vast range of experience in personal injury lawsuits. He understands the devastation caused by a tortfeasor’s wrongful actions. He uses this insight as motivation to fight, relentlessly, for his injured clients. During his career as a litigator, Jack’s had hundreds of court appearances, taken on tough expert witnesses, traveled throughout the U.S. to conduct depositions, and brought cases to trial.

In 2021, Jack was made a lifetime inductee by the Million Dollar Advocates Forum. The Forum is acknowledged as one of the most prestigious groups of trial lawyers with membership being strictly limited to attorneys who have obtained million and multi-million dollar verdicts, awards, or settlements (less than 1% of all U.S. lawyers are members). In 2022, Jack was accepted into the Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum.

Before becoming a lawyer, Jack obtained his Bachelor’s Degree (Magna Cum Laude), from Rutgers. He next attended Pace Law School where he made the Dean’s List and was a Dean Scholar (a law school teaching assistant). During law school he sat on the Moot Court Honor Board, competed nationally in several trial competitions, and coached the school’s National Appellate Advocacy team. Next, Jack went on to clerk for the Hon. Robert L. Polifroni, P.J.Cv. (Ret.), Superior Court of New Jersey, vicinage of Bergen County. He’s also an alumnus of the Justice Morris Pashman Inn of Court (Bergen County), accredited by Harvard Business School, and has sat as a panel speaker on litigation. He holds memberships with the Bergen County Bar Association and New Jersey Association for Justice.

In addition to being an attorney, Jack is a former MMA fighter, Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu medalist, and weightlifting enthusiast. He attributes his resolve and determination to his time as an athlete. When he’s not spending time with his beautiful wife and kids (or litigating cases), Jack still enjoys sparring and going to the gym.

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