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Benjamin Folkman

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Top Rated General Litigation Attorney in Cherry Hill, NJ

Folkman Law Offices, P.C.
1949 Berlin Road, Suite 100
Cherry Hill, NJ 08003
Selected to Super Lawyers: 2007 - 2022
Licensed in New Jersey Since: 1984
Practice Areas: General Litigation (10%), Employment Litigation: Plaintiff (30%), Professional Liability: Plaintiff (30%), Personal Injury - General: Plaintiff (20%), Personal Injury - Medical Malpractice: Plaintiff (10%)

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Attorney Profile

Benjamin Folkman is a top-rated attorney practicing in the Cherry Hill, New Jersey area. Providing legal representation in New Jersey for a variety of different issues, Benjamin Folkman was selected to Super Lawyers for 2007 - 2022. He is admitted to practice before the courts in New Jersey.

After completing undergraduate studies, Benjamin Folkman attended law school. Benjamin Folkman was enrolled at Pennsylvania State University The Dickinson School of Law. He earned a juris doctor degree in 1982. Benjamin Folkman was admitted to the practice of law in 1982.

Attorneys like Benjamin Folkman are recognized by their peers for their outstanding work and commitment to the spirit of the legal profession. Their knowledge of the law, professional work ethic, and advocacy on behalf of their clients allow them to stand out among other attorneys in the field.

Benjamin Folkman represents clients with General Litigation issues. Additional legal issues represented include Employment Litigation: Plaintiff, Professional Liability: Plaintiff, Personal Injury - General: Plaintiff and Personal Injury - Medical Malpractice: Plaintiff.

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1949 Berlin Road
Suite 100
Cherry Hill, NJ 08003

Last Updated: 10/6/2021

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