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Steven Blader

NJ product liability lawyer, medical malpractice lawyer NJ, mercer county litigation attorney

Steven Blader

Partner, Executive Committee

Phone: 609.275.0401   Fax: 609-275-4511
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101 Grovers Mill Road, Suite 200
Lawrenceville, NJ 08648
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Steven Blader has over 35 years of litigation experience and is the head of the firm’s Personal Injury practice. Steve has received multi-million dollar verdicts and seven figure settlements in personal injury cases such as motor vehicle accidents, chemical exposures, construction accidents and medical malpractice. Steve has established significant precedents in employment law in our State Supreme Court. He regularly lectures attorney groups on personal injury and insurance law.

Significant Cases:

Nini v. Mercer County Cmty. Coll., 406 N.J. Super. 547, 968 A.2d 739 (App. Div. 2009) aff’d, 202 N.J. 98, 995 A.2d 1094 (2010).
Steven Blader representing Rose Nini
Our client, Rose Nini’s, employment at the College was not renewed because of her age. The Supreme Court reinstated our client’s claim to age discrimination by holding that an exception to the age discrimination statue for employees over 70 years was not enforceable.
Peper v. Princeton Univ. Bd. of Trustees, 77 N.J. 55, 389 A.2d 465 (1978).
Steven Blader representing the New Jersey Public Advocate
Landmark case establishing the standard for proving sex discrimination and that sex discrimination is a constitutional as well as statuary violation.

Areas of Practice:

Product Liability
Medical Malpractice
Complex Litigation
Healthcare Law
Employment Law

Bar Admissions:

New Jersey

Education:

Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey School of Law – Camden, Camden, New Jersey, 1974
J.D.
Honors: Deputy Public Advocate
Northeastern University, Boston, Massachusetts, 1970
B.A.

Honors and Awards:

Honorary Chief, New Jersey Firefighters Mutual Benevolent Association

Representative Cases:

Ballou v. State, Dept. of Civil Serv., 75 N.J. 365, 382 A.2d 1118 (1978).
Edwards v. McBreen, 369 N.J. Super. 415, 849 A.2d 204 (App. Div. 2004).
Nini v. Mercer County Cmty. Coll., 406 N.J. Super. 547, 968 A.2d 739 (App. Div. 2009); aff’d, 202 N.J. 98, 995 A.2d 1094 (2010).
Peper v. Princeton Univ. Bd. of Trustees, 77 N.J. 55, 389 A.2d 465 (1978).

Blogs:

Introduction to Medical Malpractice
Medical Malpractice: What Plaintiffs Must Show
Medical Malpractice: The Need to Show Cause

Press Releases:

Case by Client Partially Blinded by Fireworks Can Proceed to Trial

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