Scott E. Diamond
Chairman of the Personal Injury and Subrogation Departments
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Scott Diamond, partner of Sacks Weston Diamond LLC, is an award-winning;
trial attorney certified both nationally and by the Supreme Court of New
Jersey as a civil trial lawyer. Diamond is a seasoned litigator and directs
the firm’s Injury and Subrogation departments.
Scott Diamond is admitted to practice in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and
the federal courts and has been specially admitted in other jurisdictions.
He is certified nationally by The National Board of Trial Advocacy as
a Civil Trial Advocate and as a Civil Pretrial Advocate. He received his
LL.M. degree in Trial Advocacy. He is a former Board member of the Pennsylvania
Trial Lawyers Association. Fewer than 3% of Attorneys in New Jersey and
fewer than 4% of lawyers nationally are so certified.
Mr. Diamond has collected over $200 million for his clients. He has had
a number of important reported decisions relating to a variety of legal
issues. He is also a member of The National Association of Subrogation
Professionals and has litigated many subrogation claims in his career.
He is responsible for the firm’s wrongful death, liquor liability,
truck accident and catastrophic and large property damage subrogation
claims. Mr. Diamond has represented numerous high-profile cases in state
and federal courts.
In addition, he has been named a Top Attorney of South Jersey, a Super
Lawyer, and a Top Rated Lawyer by American Lawyer Media.
He is AV rated by Martindale-Hubbell and is a member of the American College
of Board Certified Attorneys. Mr. Diamond has also been certified as a
mediator and is often called upon by the Court of Common Pleas in Philadelphia
to volunteer his time as a Judge Pro Tem. Mr. Diamond has tried to jury
verdicts well over 100 cases in his career and hundreds more before arbitrators
and judges. He has also authored a number of questions for the National
Board of Trial Advocacy annual written examination.
Big Rig Safety Features Fail in Certain Rear Crashes Partner Scott Diamond shares insight as to whether big rigs are obligated
to maximize safety features on the back of their trucks—and if passengers
would have a case if injured when driving too close.
Would Dash-Cams Resolve Accident Disputes? Partner Scott Diamond answers the question, “would installing dash
cams in vehicles solve the unknown questions in automobile accidents?”
The answer is not as simple as you’d think.
Scott was interviewed by Heather Wagenhals, host of Unlock Your Wealth Radio to discuss important things every person needs to know about insurance,
liability, and how this can effect families’ wealth. You can listen
to the podcast
here (Scott’s interview begins at the 21:45 mark).
Scott was interviewed by
6 ABC News in Philadelphia discussing dash cam cameras.
Scott in the News
"Diet Coke False Advertising Class Action Lawsuit" - Class Action Wallet
"Are diet sodas helping or hindering weight management efforts? Soft drinks
giants blast ‘meritless’ lawsuits" - Food Navigator-USA
"Lawsuit Accuses Diet Soft Drink Makers of Misleading Consumers" - ABC 7 News
"Class Actions Lawsuits Filed Against U.S. Diet Soda Producers" - NBC News
"Lawsuits say 'diet' soda claim is misleading" - Food Dive
"Diet soda makers sued over "misleading" ads" - CBS News
"Coca-Cola, PepsiCo and Dr Pepper Snapple Group sued for deception" - ABC 2 News
"Diet Soda Drinkers Gain Weight, Sue Coca-Cola and Pepsi" - The Daily Meal
"Class action lawsuits could take aim at diet soda makers" - ABC News
"People suing Coca-Cola, PepsiCo, Dr Pepper Snapple, claim diet sodas making them fat" - Fox News
"Coke, Pepsi Diet Drinks Can Add Weight, False Ad Suits Say" - Law360
"Soft Drink Makers Face Allegations of Fraud Over Diet Sodas" - BigClassAction.com
"Liability Case Allowed To Proceed Against Defendant Who Filed Chapter 7
Bankruptcy - PART II" - Tort Talk
"Bankruptcy Court Addresses Impact of Bankruptcy Stay on Ability of Plaintiff
To Proceed on Personal Injury Action" - Tort Talk
"Stan Lee Media Urges High Court to Revive Spider-Man Suit" - Law360