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Ben Folkman was named, by his peers, New Jersey Super Lawyer 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010 and Top Lawyer in SJ Magazine in 2008 and 2009. His $100 million verdict was listed by the NJ Law Journal as the largest personal injury verdict for New Jersey in 2009. Licensed to practice law in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, New York and Washington D.C., Ben Folkman opened Folkman Law Offices, P.C. in October of 1998. Ben is highly accessible to clients and prides himself on working diligently to make sure that each and every one of their needs is met.
Awarded a citation from NJ Senate and General Assembly for academic achievement and the first New Jersey Law Student to receive James J. Manderino Award for Trial Advocacy from the Philadelphia Trial Lawyer's Association, Lisa Marone joined Folkman Law Offices, P.C. in September of 2008. Licensed to practice in both New Jersey and Pennsylvania and a Certified Mediator for the State of New Jersey, Lisa also worked as a litigation paralegal in both Philadelphia and South Jersey for over 14 years.
Stephen J. Busterna became Of Counsel with Folkman Law Offices in March of 2011. Prior to joining Folkman Law Offices, he was a Senior Claims Attorney in the Department of Insurance and the Assistant Counsel in the Department of General Services and the Department of Transportation with the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Mr. Busterna is a cum laude graduate from Dickinson College with a bachelor of arts in political science. He attended the Dickinson School of Law where he was the managing editor of the Dickinson International Law Review. In 2008 he received his masters of art history from Pennsylvania State University. Stephen Busterna is fluent in Italian and German.
Erica Domingo, Esquire, a 2009 graduate from Rutgers University School of Law - Camden, joined Folkman Law Offices in September of 2010. Before joining Folkman Law Offices, she clerked in the Appellate Division of the Superior Court of New Jersey. Erica is licensed to practice law in both New Jersey and Pennsylvania.