William Peck, Esquire
William S Peck, Esq.
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William S. Peck joined Brandon J. Broderick, Attorney at Law, in February 2022. William brings decades of experience with a wide array of clients in personal injury actions, and has handled a multitude of cases in numerous areas of law, including both civil and criminal matters. William handles cases in a variety of practice areas from inception through trial and appeal, including personal injury, automobile accidents, dog bite injuries, wrongful death, uninsured motorists, products liability, construction accidents, slip and falls, and other occupational injuries.

Compassionate about client care, William’s legal approach focuses on educating clients on the litigation process so that they are always aware of what to expect and understand what it takes to prove their case.

William was admitted to the practice of law in New Jersey in 1999 and joined the Essex County Prosecutor’s Office in 2000, serving as a Special Deputy Attorney General / Assistant Prosecutor. Prior to joining the firm, William served as a Litigation Consultant for a national litigation firm as well as practiced with several firms in the New Jersey area.

He is a member of the New Jersey Association of Justice, Middlesex County Bar Association, New Jersey State Bar Association, and the American Society of Trial Consultants. In his free time, William enjoys running, attending Rutgers University basketball and football games, riding his motorcycle, occasionally training for marathons, and spending quality time with his children.

Bar Admissions

New Jersey State Court

New Jersey Federal Court

Education

Juris Doctor, Seton Hall University

Bachelor of Arts, Psychology, Rutgers College

Speaking Engagements and Publications

Speaking engagements include numerous CLE courses for the Pennsylvania Bar Institute & Dispute Resolution Institute, as well as many New York, New Jersey & Pennsylvania CLE courses in Courtroom Technology and Electronic Data Discovery.

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