Attorney Details

William C. Carey - Of Counsel

WILLIAM C. CAREY was one of the initial partners in the Firm. He is a Fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers and of the American Bar Foundation. In 2001, he was honored by the Trial Attorneys of New Jersey for distinguished service in the cause of justice. He was admitted to the New Jersey bar and the United States District Court for the District of New Jersey in 1969, and to the New York bar in 1984; he has been a Certified Civil Trial Attorneys of New Jersey since the designation was introduced in 1982.

He has extensive litigation experience and has concentrated his practice in the areas of product liability and insurance defense. A graduate of Fairleigh Dickinson University and Seton Hall University School of Law, he has represented a number of prominent manufacturing corporations, including several self-insured companies, and insurance carriers in the defense of products liability and property, personal injury, and casualty claims. He has had considerable experience in general coverage issues arising in the pharmaceutical, environmental, and casualty fields.

Mr. Carey served as President of the Essex County Bar Association in 1990 and as President of the Trial Attorneys of New Jersey in 1991. He has been appointed to several New Jersey Supreme Court committees studying litigation issues and to the Court's Standing Committee on Minority Concerns. He is a Diplomat of the American Board of Trial Advocates, and a member of the American and New Jersey State Bar Associations. Mr. Carey is listed in Super Lawyers® (2005-2014), a Thomson Reuters business, in the areas of Personal Injury - General: Defense and Appellate . A description of the standard or methodology on which the accolade is based can be found HERE (No aspect of the advertisement has been approved by the Supreme Court). He has lectured numerous times on trial techniques and products liability issues for the New Jersey Institute of Continuing Legal Education and spent many years as a Master of the Worrall Mountain and Seton Hall Law School Inns of Court.