Donald L. Crowley
Selected as a Super Lawyer in the State of N.J. representing a wide range of practice areas, firm sizes and geographic locations through peer recognition and professional achievement. According to the April 2006 publication of N.J. Monthly in conjunction with Law and Politics, only the top five percent of the lawyers in the state are named Super Lawyers. The nominees are grouped into practice areas. Those nominees with the highest point totals from each practice area are invited to serve on a blue ribbon panel to select nominees from their own practice area. The top 5 % of candidates from each group are selected as Super Lawyers.
Prior to his admission to the Bar in 1976, Mr. Crowley spent 13 years with Royal Insurance Company as an Adjuster, Claim Manager and Territorial Manager in Charge of 13 claim offices. He also served as Home Office Manager of Nationwide Product Litigation involving over 100 claim offices throughout the country.
After his admission to the Bar, Mr. Crowley became an associate and then a partner with Pantages, Sellar, Richardson, Stuart and Crowley. Thereafter he became a partner with Gorrin, Whitken & Crowley. He was senior partner at Crowley and Cross before joining our firm.
Mr. Crowley specializes in the defense of product, general, auto and insurance coverage litigation.
He is certified by the Supreme Court as a Civil Trial Attorney and has spoken before the Bergen County Bar Association on behalf of its Continuing Legal Education and Civil Practice Committees, specifically on issues of product liability, trial practice and premises liability. He is an approved panelist of the American Arbitration Association and a Court-appointed arbitrator of personal injury and product liability litigation in Bergen County.
Mr. Crowley is a member of the Bergen, Union County and New Jersey State Bar Associations as well as the Trial Attorneys of New Jersey and N.J. Defense Association. He has been admitted to practice before the United States District Court for the District of New Jersey as well as the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit.