Attorney Andrew Prince
Andrew Prince earned his B.S. from the University of Maryland in 1978 and his J.D. from Seton Hall Law School in 1981. He served as a law clerk in the Chancery Division of Essex County for the Hon. Arthur C. Dwyer.
He is admitted to the New Jersey State Bar and is a member of the New Jersey State Bar Association, the Association of Trial Lawyers of New Jersey (NJAJ) and the Middlesex and Union County Bar Associations.
Andrew’s law firm is a leader in the State representing individuals who have been seriously injured in an accident of any kind as a result of someone else’s negligence. Andrew has recovered millions of dollars over the past 25 years on behalf of his clients.
Andrew Prince has been named as a top attorney in the State of New Jersey.
Andrew Prince offers free seminars on a variety of topics on safety, insurance and the law as it pertains to automobile and motorcycle riders. Clubs and organizations can schedule to host a presentation by Andrew at a meeting or event. Andrew also distributes material that would be useful in times of an emergency or accident.
Attorney Andrew S. Prince, Safety Advocate in the Motorcycle Community
Since 1982, attorney Andrew Prince has been at the forefront in representing people injured in motorcycle accidents. He understands the special circumstances that riders face on the road. As an attorney, he knows the law specific to motorcycle riding and his experience in the field over the past 25 years is unmatched. Andrew is New Jersey born and raised, so he not only specializes in motorcycle litigation but his expertise is specific to New Jersey law.
Andrew Prince has worked to ensure the rights and improve the safety of New Jersey riders. He is on the Board of Directors of Rider Education of New Jersey (RENJ), the largest and best school teaching motorcyclists of all levels from beginner to advanced. He is also an active member of Garden State ABATE, which is a non-partisan legislative organization that represents the interests of over 165,000 registered motorcyclists in New Jersey.