Lisa Lehrer, Esq
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Lisa A. Lehrer, Esq. is a Certified Civil Trial Attorney with Brandon J. Broderick, Attorney at Law. Lisa has dedicated her career to representing the injured in personal injury litigation. Attorney Lehrer’s areas of specialty include slip and falls, vehicle accidents including those injured by intoxicated drivers, medical malpractice, toxic exposure, product liability, construction defect, insurance coverage, and discrimination. She has secured compensation in both jury verdicts and settlements, totaling millions of dollars.* Most notably, the New Jersey Law Journal recognized her as having one of the top trial verdicts in the state.

Lisa has been counsel in multiple Appellate Division cases and set precedent the New Jersey Supreme Court case of McDaid v. Aztec West Condominium. Lisa has authored numerous New Jersey Lawyer Magazine articles in which she discussed topics including limited liability, waivers and estoppels, frivolous litigation and attorney’s fees. She has lectured on various litigation topics at the New Jersey Institute for Justice’s seminars and has discussed gender inequality, class actions and discrimination in the Respect Newsletter by the New Jersey State Bar Foundation. 

Lisa is licensed to practice in the United States Supreme Court, United States 3rd Circuit Court, United States District Court for New Jersey as well as the State Courts of New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Louisiana. Born in Augusta, Georgia, raised in Colonia, New Jersey and currently residing with her own family in Essex County.

Honors and Awards

Lisa has been included in the National Association of Distinguished Counsel Nation’s Top One Percent, National Trial Lawyers Top 100, New Jersey Monthly as a Super Lawyer and named to Bergen Magazine’s Best of Bergen County.


Juris Doctorate, Mississippi College School of Law

Bachelor of Arts, Albright College

Admissions to Practice

US Supreme Court

US 3rd Circuit Court

US District Court for New Jersey

New Jersey State

Commonwealth of Pennsylvania

Louisiana State

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