Michael S. Rosenberg, a partner with the firm, handles our workers’ compensation and personal injury protection/no-fault departments. Mr. Rosenberg has extensive experience protecting the rights of injured workers and fighting insurance companies who refuse to pay medical/disability bills. He has a diverse litigation background. Earlier in his career, Mr. Rosenberg handled both criminal and civil litigation, including white collar crime, before focusing on litigation dealing with workers’ compensation and medical bill/disability/insurance issues.
Mr. Rosenberg received his Bachelor of Arts degree from C.W. Post College of Long Island University in 1984 where he majored in Political Science and minored in World Literature. While in college he was President of the Pre-Law Association as well as a Judge on the Student Court. Michael then went on to achieve his law degree at Western New England College School of Law in Springfield, Massachusetts, in 1987. While in law school he was a finalist in the Association of Trial Lawyers of America Moot Court Competition.
Mr. Rosenberg was a member of the Board of Governors of Association of the Trial Lawyers America. He is also a member of the American Bar Association, and the Bergen, Passaic and Morris County Bar Associations. He is admitted to the New Jersey Bar, the United Stated District Court for the District of New Jersey, as well as the New York Bar and District of Columbia Bars. In 2007, Mr. Rosenberg was appointed to the National Arbitration Forum’s Advisory Council.
In addition, Mr. Rosenberg chairs the No Fault Committee of the New Jersey Association of Justice (NJAJ), and currently serves as the president of the New Jersey Council on Safety and Health (NJCOSH) – a non-profit organization that aims to protect the rights of injured New Jersey workers and their families.
Mr. Rosenberg has also just been appointed by the New Jersey Supreme Court to serve on the Bergen County District Ethics Committee (DEC IIB).
Mr. Rosenberg also holds the rank of Shodan (Black Belt) in Goju Ryu (Okinawan Karate) and plays the guitar. He has been married to his wife for thirty years and has two handsome boys, Bradley and Mark.
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