Paul A. Marber is a litigator with a penchant for thorough and effective representation of clients. His attention to detail has enabled him to develop and prepare cases that have resulted in verdicts and settlements in excess of one hundred million dollars.
A graduate of Boston University School of Law (1985), Mr. Marber started his legal career as an Assistant Corporation Counsel for The City of New York. He worked in the New York office of the New Jersey-based Budd Larner Gross Rosenbaum Greenberg & Sade before joining one of New York’s preeminent personal injury law firms, Schneider Kleinick Weitz Damashek & Shoot, later also known as The Cochran Firm.
Mr. Marber has significant experience with all types of personal injury and wrongful death cases including complex litigation arising from products liability, construction accidents, premises liability and auto accidents. He has worked on airplane disaster matters including TWA Flight 800, Egypt Air 990 and American Airlines Flight 587, as well as explosion and fire cases.
Mr. Marber is admitted to practice law in New York and in New Jersey, as well as in the Federal Courts. He is an active member of the New York State Trial Lawyers Association and New York State Bar Association. He is a lifetime member of the Catholic Lawyers Guild of Brooklyn. He has also served as an arbitrator for the Nassau County District Court.
Mr. Marber continues each year to be selected to New York Super Lawyers for personal injury plaintiffs in general. Only five percent (5%) of all lawyers in the state are chosen for this esteemed honor after “considerable polling and peer evaluation efforts with a detailed research process that evaluates each candidate based on 12 indicators of peer recognition and professional achievement.”
In addition, Mr. Marber continues to receive an “AV” rating from Martindale-Hubbell Peer Review Ratings for his legal abilities and ethical standards. Martindale-Hubbell describes the “AV” rating as “a significant rating accomplishment – a testament to the fact that a lawyer’s peers rank him or her at the highest level of professional excellence.”