George devotes his practice to defense litigation in the areas of complex general liability, automobile liability, product liability, trucking and transportation litigation, and construction accidents. He has represented multiple private bus carriers and has handled several commercial vehicle matters, including trucks, taxi and livery services. For more than 30 years, he has handled thousands of casualty cases, resolving them through dismissal prior to trial, settlement or ultimate verdict at trial. George has represented numerous professional organizations, public and private, in the defense of general liability and professional liability cases.
A 1974 graduate of Georgetown University, Washington D.C., George attended Seton Hall University School of Law, achieving his juris doctor in 1977. From September 1977 through September 1978, George was law clerk to the Honorable Marshall Selikoff, Presiding Judge-Civil Division-Superior Court-Monmouth County.
Upon completion of his clerkship, George began his legal career as a civil defense attorney at the law offices of the Honorable Robert C. Pollock.
He honed his skills as a senior trial attorney with the law offices of Minichino and Mautone. Thereafter, George was selected as the managing attorney for the Home Insurance Company in the state of New Jersey. He oversaw Home's litigation department in New Jersey, including the handling of complex litigation as well as administrative and budgeting functions.
•Issues involving all aspects of civil litigation including but not limited to pleading practice, discovery devices, motion practice and litigation strategy.
•Issues involving indemnification, governmental immunities, uninsured/underinsured motorist coverages.
•How Wise Are You Concerning the Admissibility of Medical Expenses Collectible Under PIP?, Defense Digest, Vol. 18, No. 3, September 2012
Honors & Awards
•Appointed Civil Arbitrator-Morris County
• AV Preeminent by LexisNexis Martindale-Hubbell
•New Jersey Super Lawyer, 2006-2009
Year Joined Organization: 1998
How Wise Are You Concerning the Admissibility of Medical Expenses Collectible Under PIP?
Defense Digest Article • September 1, 2012
Key Points:Conflicting decisions from the New Jersey Law Division regarding what, if any, medical expenses are recoverable in a tort action when a plaintiff opts for reduced medical expense coverage, has created a potential pitfall for..., Defense Digest, Vol. 18, No. 3, September 2012