Practice areas

Personal Services

Bevelock & Fisher LLC represents individuals, both as plaintiffs and defendants, in a variety of areas of the law. Some of the areas in which the Firm can help you are:

  • Contract and business-related disputes
  • Property disputes;
  • Personal Injury;
  • Professional Malpractice;
  • Employment disputes, including employment contract issues and restrictive covenants claims;
  • Construction law;
  • Civil rights;
  • Challenges to land use decisions;
  • Consumer law; and
  • Administrative law, including appeals from decisions of the State of New Jersey or its various divisions and departments, as well as representation before the State professional boards.
Selected Matters:

Represent catering company that is a defendant in a lawsuit seeking damages for alleged personal injuries arising out of an automobile accident and that also has filed affirmative, third-party claims against the catering company’s insurance broker for malpractice. Tyndale v. Brian Young et al, Docket No. MID-L-5564-14 (Superior Court of New Jersey, Law Division-Middlesex County).

Represent new home buyers in lawsuit alleging their home inspector committed malpractice. Mark Bergen and Alice Bergen vs. Academy Home Inspection and John Leddy, Docket No. MRS-L-2403-15 (Superior Court of New Jersey, Morris County).

Represented individual owner of residential condominium, which was an investment property, in lawsuit against condominium association for failure to repair common elements and obtained favorable settlement. Kathleen Reddick v. Chelsea Village Condominium Association et al., Docket No. SOM-C-12056-14 (Superior Court of New Jersey, Somerset County).

Obtained favorable settlement for clients alleging violations of consumer protection laws, specifically the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act. Dolci v. Foster and Monroe, Civil Action No. 15-6261 (U.S. District Court for the District of New Jersey).

Personal counsel to defendant with respect to settlement negotiations in matter alleging personal injury from a product defect.

Represented employee whose potential new employer reneged on an offer of employment. Settled matter without litigation.

Represented professor in successful settlement negotiations with former employer university that resolved claims of employment discrimination.

Counseled executive with respect to the separation agreement proposed by his former employer.

Successfully represented the New Jersey State Police in civil rights action alleging various constitutional violations. The trial court granted motion to dismiss with prejudice and the Appellate Division affirmed that decision. Freeman v. State of New Jersey et al., 347 N.J. Super. 11 (App. Div. 2002).

Successfully represented Lenscrafters in challenge to regulation adopted by the New Jersey State Board of Optometrists. In re Adoption N.J.A.C. 13:38-1.3(f), 341 N.J. Super. 536 (App. Div. 2001).

Represented numerous licensed opticians in appearances before the New Jersey State Board of Ophthalmic Dispensers.