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Personal Injury Attorney Lisa A. Lehrer Esq.

Lisa A. Lehrer, Esq. is a senior associate and trial lawyer with Davis, Saperstein & Salomon, P.C., and is certified by the Supreme Court of New Jersey as a Civil Trial attorney, a distinction held by less than three percent of all New Jersey licensed attorneys. Born in Augusta, Georgia, raised in Colonia, New Jersey and currently residing in West Orange. Lisa has dedicated her career to representing the injured. She attended Albright College in Reading, PA where she earned a Bachelor of Science degree. Lisa subsequently pursued her Juris Doctorate at the Mississippi College School of Law and graduated in 1992 with honors. Lisa has significant trial experience and is responsible for the resolution of several multi-million dollar claims. Lisa concentrates solely in personal injury litigation including cases involving auto negligence and represents those injured by intoxicated drivers.

In addition, Lisa handles cases involving medical malpractice, toxic exposure, products liability, construction defects, insurance dispute in coverage, workers’ compensation and discrimination claims. Lisa Lehrer authored three New Jersey Lawyer Magazine articles in which she discussed topics including limited liability, waivers and estoppels, frivolous litigation and attorney’s fees. Most recently, Lisa discussed gender inequality, class actions and discrimination published in the Respect Newsletter by the New Jersey State Bar Foundation. Lisa is a member of the New Jersey Association for Justice, the New Jersey State Bar Association and the Essex County Bar Association. She is a licensed attorney in New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Louisiana. Lisa served as a member of the New Jersey State Bar Automobile Reparations Committee and served on the New Jersey Supreme Court Ethics Committee. She was an active member of the Justice James H. Coleman, Jr. American Inn of Court and the Civil Litigation Committee of Essex County.