One of the partners at Levinson Axelrod, P.A., Attorney Brett Greiner has devoted his career to helping the vulnerable and injured recover justice from those who harmed them. He handles a broad range of cases, including malpractice suits, nursing home abuse, and motorcycle accidents. When you have been harmed due to the negligence or reckless actions of another, Brett is there to stand by your side and seek the resources you need to recover.
As a motorcycle enthusiast, Brett brings an especially personal investment to injured motorcyclist claims. He is aware firsthand of the sort of negligence that drivers demonstrate when it comes to the lives and well-being of motorcycle riders. His working knowledge of sailing and boat operation also allows him to serve the victims of boating accidents, Jet Ski accidents, and other water-based claims.
MEMBERSHIPS & AWARDS
Brett, though a relatively young member of the legal community, has already achieved a great deal in his career. The National Trial Lawyers invited him to join the Top 100 Trial Lawyers, an invitation-only group made of the best 100 plaintiff’s lawyers in the nation. Membership qualification is based on a lawyer’s results and professional reputation, often requiring multiple multi-million dollar verdicts before consideration.
In addition, Brett is a Certified Civil Trial Attorney by the New Jersey Supreme Court. This certification requires an intensive working knowledge of personal injury law, extensive experience in the local and state courts, and an impeccable reputation among others in the legal community—particularly judges and former adversaries. His certification is a testament to his excellent quality of practice and ethics.
EDUCATIONAL CAREER HISTORY
As a local boy, Brett grew up nearby to our main offices in Edison. He even began work for Levinson Axelrod while still earning his Juris Doctorate. He earned his Bachelor’s in Florida from the University of Miami, moving on to earn his degree from Dickinson School of Law at Penn State. While in law school, he was made a member of The Order of the Barristers, a prestigious law student organization.