LITIGATION ATTORNEYS SERVING BUSINESSES IN NEW JERSEY, NEW YORK & PENNSYLVANIA
Hardin, Kundla, McKeon & Poletto is a firm offering quality services to corporations, insurance companies and other businesses in New Jersey, New York, and Pennsylvania. The firm is best known for its work defending manufacturers, construction contractors, insurance companies, health care institutions, and other businesses in litigation. The attorneys offer a wide range of experiences and practice sets led by experienced certified civil trial attorneys.
Its reputation as one of the premier litigation law firms in New Jersey was forged on the strength of product liability, health care, construction, environmental, toxic torts, insurance defense, and insurance law practice. The firm is fully experienced in litigating suits including the following:
• Toxic torts
• Products liability
• Professional liability
• Business and commercial law
• Insurance law
• Employment law
• Construction law and Labor Law
• Environmental law
• Health care law
• Life Sciences Litigation
• Transportation law
PRAGMATIC REPRESENTATION OF BUSINESS CLIENTS
At Hardin, Kundla, McKeon & Poletto, legal solutions and objectives are forged from a pragmatic appreciation of the realities of litigation. Its lawyers seek to achieve desired results in a cost-effective and discreet manner. This method has provided the firm with many satisfied clients, including Atlas Copco Compressors, Belden Wire & Cable Company, Chicago Pneumatic Tool Company, John Deere, LLC, Volvo Cars of North America and Volvo Trucks of North America, Inc.
Litigation can play a central role in resolving legal issues. In any legal dispute, one should be prepared to pursue litigation to its conclusion. However, focus on and deference to clients' interests and objectives must be maintained throughout the process. The firm's litigation lawyers recognize and appreciate that the best interests of their clients are served by early evaluation and, where appropriate, reasonable recommendations for compromise resolution or the use of alternative dispute resolution practices such as arbitration or mediation.