Edward J. Rebenack
Rebenack, Aronow & Mascolo, LLP
21 North Bridge Street
Somerville, NJ  08876

Licensed in: NJ and NY

Seton Hall Law School, 1995
Undergraduate degrees: Seton Hall University, B.S. Economics, Magna Cum Laude

Martindale-Hubbell and other legal ratings:
AV Preeminent Martindale-Hubbell rating
AVVO rated 10
New Jersey Super Lawyer, as voted by peers and facilitated by Law Politics and New Jersey Monthly, 2009-present

Trucking specific organizations and leadership positions and awards:
  • Academy of Truck Accident Attorneys (ATAA)
  • American Association for Justice (AAJ), Trucking Litigation Group
Law Organizations and leadership and awards:
  • Certified by the New Jersey Supreme Court as Certified Civil Trial Attorney
  • Million Dollar Advocates Forum, Member
  • New Jersey State Bar Association, Past Board of Trustees member
  • Middlesex County Bar Association
    • Past President
    • Civil Practice Award
    • Settlement Panelist
  • Somerset County Bar Association
    • Board of Trustees member
    • Co-Chair Arbitration Committee
  • New Brunswick Bar Association, Past President
  • District VIII Ethics Committee, Past Appointment
  • New Jersey's 40 Under 40, Rising Star, New Jersey Law Journal
  • Forty Under 40 Award, NJBIZ
Notable Results: 
  • $8,500,000 settlement of truck crash litigation
  • $8,340,000 verdict in car crash litigation
  • $2,000,000 settlement of car crash litigation
  • $1,500,000 settlement of car crash litigation
  • $1,125,000 settlement of truck crash litigation
  • $1,050,000 settlement of defective product litigation
  • $1,052,990 settlement of truck crash/UM litigation
Additional Information:
Ed spent the first 9 years of his legal career at a large firm representing the insurance industry and defending claims brought by injury victims.  After witnessing countless times the insurance industry took advantage of the injured, Ed realized his defense background was more impactful representing injury victims.  Ed now focuses his practice representing the victims of truck crashes.  He obtained his Class A Commercial Learners Permit and enrolled in truck driving school to gain perspective to better represent his clients.