Gregg A. Williams, Esq.
Gregg A. Williams is a civil trial attorney, certified by the Supreme Court of New Jersey. This distinction is held by less than 2% of the active trial attorneys in the state. Gregg primarily handles personal injury litigation such as automobile accidents, slip and falls and construction site accidents. He was formerly the head of the medical and legal malpractice department for one of the leading law firms in Middlesex County.
Gregg has successfully tried cases in numerous counties throughout the state including Middlesex, Union, Essex and Somerset Counties. Gregg has secured millions of dollars for his clients in jury verdicts and settlements.
For the better part of the last two decades, Gregg has fought tirelessly to protect the rights of the injured and to secure the largest compensation packages from the insurance companies for their injuries.
Gregg graduated with honors from Rutgers College in 2000. Thereafter, Gregg worked in the private sector prior to studying at Seton Hall School of Law. In 2005, Gregg graduated at the top of his class from Seton Hall. After law school, Gregg clerked in the Essex County Superior Court for the Honorable James S. Rothschild Jr. J.S.C.
Gregg is a member in good standing and is licensed to practice law in: The State of New Jersey and The United States District Court-District of New Jersey.
Angie Kandil, Esq.
Angie Kandil is a licensed New York and New Jersey attorney. Angie graduated from Widener University School of Law, where she received the Pro Bono Distinction Award, for her dedicated service to the public. Angie is also an Adjunct Professor of Law at Middlesex County College, where she teaches Contract Law.
Angie primarily handles personal injury cases, such as car accidents, slip and falls, and worker’s compensation. Angie has successfully argued in front of the New Jersey Court of Appeals.
Prior to attending law school, Angie graduated from Rutgers University-New Brunswick in 2009 with a double degree in journalism and mass media studies and political science. Angie subsequently worked for numerous media companies, such as Nickelodeon Magazine, MTV Network, Unique Homes Magazine, and The Home News Tribune.
In 2013, Angie graduated from Widener University School of Law, during which time she interned for the Honorable Hany Mawla J.S.C., Hunterdon County Superior Court-Family Division.
Angie is bilingual and can read, write and speak Arabic fluently. In her free time, Angie enjoys vacationing in Mexico with her husband and taking her dogs, Kinza and Lucy, for long walks.