Aggressively putting years of experience to work for our clients, Radom & Wetter has represented clients in a complete range of civil matters in the Superior Court including the Special Civil Part, Landlord/Tenant, Family and Municipal Court systems as well as in Federal Courts. We initiate and pursue litigation on behalf of our clients always with the business goal of our client uppermost in our minds. Using all strategies available, we strive to assure that we cost effectively move toward outcomes that serve our clients’ interests. Sometimes this means negotiation, mediation or arbitration. If events compel or client goals require trial to a jury and judge or an administrative body, Radom & Wetter’s lawyers have decades of successful trial experience in federal and state courts throughout New Jersey and the Northeast.
It begins with a plan plus the right experience for the job. The first stage of litigation is like any aspect of a legal engagement. We begin by listening; we establish strategies, defenses, legal tactics and a timeframe. Effective communication between you and our lawyers is critical at every stage of the process. We know the rules; we know what works and what doesn’t; we take advantage of every opportunity presented.
We have successfully represented clients in the litigation of a wide range of subject matters including: construction defect, disputes between businesses, claims made against business entities and individuals, claims brought by creditors, lemon law claims, real estate disputes, contested estates, claims of environmental violations, insurance claims, non-compete contracts, and personal injury.
Additionally, the lawyers of Radom & Wetter will appear with you in municipal matters such as driving infractions. The average person is more likely to appear in municipal court than any other court in our judicial system. Why, because municipal courts hold jurisdiction over a broad array of areas from motor vehicle infractions to fish and game violations and disorderly persons offenses. Municipal Courts can issue temporary restraining orders in the event of domestic violence or impose penalties including incarceration, fines, community service and revocation of driver’s licenses and other serious sanctions.