Attorney Roy J. Konray
Roy Konray is certified by the New Jersey Supreme Court as a Certified Civil Trial Attorney. He has extensive jury trial experience in the areas of medical malpractice, legal malpractice, catastrophic personal injury cases, and employment law. He has served as chair of the New Jersey State Bar Association’s Medical Malpractice committee. He is a shareholder in the firm and chairs its Complex Litigation Department.
Martindale-Hubbell is America’s oldest lawyer rating organization. Based on peer reports from judges and lawyers, it awards Mr. Konray the highest ratings in both legal ability and ethical conduct (pre-eminent). NationalTrialLawyers.org places Mr. Konray on its “Top 100 Trial lawyers” list. Based on surveys of New Jersey lawyers published in New Jersey Monthly magazine, Mr. Konray has been selected as a “Super Lawyer” in every year the survey has been taken (2005 to 2015). He serves as a Master in the Richard J. Hughes American Inn of Court. Lawyers.com reports Mr. Konray has client ratings of 5 out of 5, as well as peer ratings of 5 out 5.
Mr. Konray is the co-author of a book chapter on detecting fraud in medical records and has authored several articles concerning civil litigation. He is a frequent lecturer on various issues related to trial work. Some legal matters he has handled have received national and worldwide media coverage. Mr. Konray has appeared on the Today show, CNN’s Joy Behar Show, ABC Nightly News and other television shows as a result of legal cases he has handled.
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I come from a working class background. I’m the first person in my family to go to college. Perhaps that’s why my natural inclination is to root for the underdog. I don’t like bullies. When an insurance company tries to deny a valid claim, when a professional refuses to accept responsibility for subpar work, or when an employer treats its employees unfairly, I get angry. A wise lawyer once told me, “Never take a case if you don’t like the client.” I follow that advice. If I take a case, its because I like the client and believe his or her cause is just. I have passion for my work. It’s not just a job to me; it’s a calling. I love what I do because it allows me to seek justice for people who deserve justice.