NEW YORK, March 26, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Napoli Bern Ripka Shkolnik LLP (NBRS), a nationally recognized plaintiff's law firm known for their dedication to protecting the rights of its clients, announced today that it is dramatically expanding the resources available to its clients. The firm is well known for its work in the areas of asbestos-related illnesses, securities fraud, environmental contamination, professional liability, defective prescription drugs and medical devices, mass torts and other personal injury litigation. By joining forces with Pasternack Tilker Ziegler Walsh Stanton Romano LLP, one of the largest worker's compensation law firms in the country, NBRS will now be able to provide its clients with a wider diversity of services, including the litigation of workers' compensation, municipal pension and social security disability benefits cases. The joint venture will operate under the name Pasternack Tilker Napoli Bern, LLP ("PTNB").
The Napoli firm recently secured a landmark settlement of over $800 million for more than 10,000 injured police officers, firefighters, emergency services personnel and construction workers injured due to the toxic exposures during the debris-removal and clean-up efforts at the site of the World Trade Center after the 9/11 attacks.
"With close to eighty attorneys, PTNB has the unique ability to represent clients in a diverse range of cases," said Paul J. Napoli, NBRS Senior Partner. "By working together, PTNB will offer a legal team with a wealth of experience and professionalism in order to provide the best representation for all of our clients."
The firm's principal office is located in New York's iconic Empire State Building with additional offices throughout the New York Metro Area, including Brooklyn and the Bronx along with affiliate offices in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Florida, Illinois and California. Please call (212) 267-3700 or visit www.napolibern.com for more information.
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