Benjamin J. DiLorenzo

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Benjamin J. DiLorenzo
Benjamin J. DiLorenzo

Benjamin DiLorenzo is a proficient commercial litigation attorney practicing primarily in the firm’s Professional Liability and Insurance Law groups. He represents a broad range of licensed professionals, including attorneys, insurance producers, and financial professionals, through all stages of litigation and the appellate process, in federal and state courts. In the defense of legal malpractice claims, his experience includes litigation arising from matters involving complex real estate and commercial transactions, alleged deficiencies in estate planning and related probate litigation, as well as employment and personal injury claims.

In devoting a substantial portion of his practice to insurance litigation, Benjamin has been involved in all aspects of insurance coverage issues related to mass tort and environmental liabilities. His experience in this field includes litigation, investigation, and advice related to coverage for first-party property claims for fire and other casualty losses against both commercial and personal insurance policies. He has also defended and prosecuted subrogation claims stemming from casualty loss.

Benjamin is a graduate of Muhlenberg College and the American University – Washington College of Law. In law school, Ben was a member of the American University Law Review. He participated in the law school’s Civil Practice Clinic in which he represented indigent residents of the District of Columbia in civil matters ranging from competency proceedings to petitions for local and federal disability benefits.

Currently, Benjamin is a participant in a pro bono initiative created by New Jersey Supreme Court Justice Stuart Rabner and the New Jersey Office of the Public Defender. As part of this initiative, Benjamin represents indigent criminal defendants appealing from the denial of their Petitions for Post-Conviction Relief primarily on the basis of ineffective assistance of counsel.