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Garry Salomon, although originally from Ridgefield Park, grew up in Bergenfield, N.J. where he met his future partners, Sam Davis and Marc Saperstein. After graduating Bergenfield High School he attended Fairleigh Dickenson University where in 1974 he received his Bachelor of Science Degree. Three years later he received his Juris Doctorate degree from the University of Akron. In 1977 he was admitted to the New Jersey Bar and began to practice law.
Garry Salomon is a founding member and serves as the managing partner of Davis, Saperstein & Salomon, P.C. Garry Salomon’s main areas of concentration include all areas of personal injury law. During his 32 years of practicing law he has successfully represented thousands of clients. He most particularly enjoys the courtroom environment and concentrates on bringing his cases to the trial stage. He is quoted as saying, “An insurance company will only consider paying fair and just compensation only if they see that the plaintiff is ready to let a jury decide the case; however, if an insurance company is unwilling to deal fairly with the plaintiff, then I trust a jury to decide the outcome.”
Garry Salomon has been appointed, for the past consecutive 12 years, to serve as a member of the Board of Governors of the New Jersey Association for Justice He has served as Chairman and program chair for New Jersey Association for Justice Trial Academy where he has lectured on “The Art of Direct Examination” He also has lectured at New Jersey Association for Justice’s annual Boardwalk Convention. He founded and acted as moderator, and Co-Chairman of the 2000 -2010 annual New Jersey Association for Justice’s “Litigation at Sunrise” Boardwalk Seminar.
On February 25, 2006 Garry Salomon presented a lecture to New Jersey Association for Justice on “Summation: Bringing it Home.” In conjunction with the seminar the New Jersey Lawyer published an article authored by Mr. Salomon with the same title.