Alison Weitzer focuses her practice on complex tort, product liability, construction litigation, general casualty and transportation matters. She handles matters for clients from inception through resolution by settlement, dispositive motion or mediation/arbitration. Alison has represented trucking companies, insurance carriers, and self-insured clients, property owners and tenants, and retail stores in personal injury matters. Prior to joining Wilson Elser, Alison practiced in the areas of insurance defense litigation, Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA) litigation, commercial litigation and family law.
While attending law school, Alison clerked for Chief Judge Richard D. Ball of the 54-B District Court. She was a member and certificate recipient of the Geoffrey Fieger Trial Practice Institute, a highly competitive two-year litigation program. She gained insightful research and writing experience while working as a teacher's assistant for Research, Writing, Analysis and Advocacy courses.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Alison L. Weitzer