Frank Pollock, is an accomplished attorney admitted to the New Jersey and Pennsylvania Bars with more than 18 years of civil and criminal experience representing those injured in complex personal injury cases including motor vehicle / trucking collisions; traumatic brain injuries; premise liability; medical malpractice; products liability; construction workplace injuries; professional malpractice including engineering, architectural and legal, workers compensation matters; and representing healthcare providers in various managed care fraud/disputes with insurance carriers.
A native of North Carolina, Mr. Pollock received his undergraduate degree from Fayetteville State University, BA Political Science 1994, Summa Cum Laude. In 1997 he received his Juris Doctorate degree from Temple University Beasley School of Law. Since then he has spent years sharpening his courtroom skills. Mr. Pollock also has great experience in all forms of alternative dispute resolution. He has successfully participated in numerous mediations and arbitrations, which have resulted in substantial settlements for his clients.
Mr. Pollock is a member of the New Jersey and Pennsylvania State Bars and is also admitted to practice before the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit, the United States District Court for the District of New Jersey and United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania.
Mr. Pollock is an active member in many national and local organizations. Mr. Pollock is a member of:
- New Jersey Association for Justice “NJAJ”
- Camden County Bar Association
- Burlington County Bar Association
- Gloucester County Bar Association
- New Jersey State Bar Association.
- Union League of Philadelphia.
- Successfully represented health care providers in thousands of court/arbitration matters for medical providers.
- Successfully represented Plaintiffs with claims in the Ephedrine Multi-District Litigation in the Southern District of NY.
- Successfully briefed and argued Cooper v. Nationwide, 761 A.2d 162 (Pa. Super. 2000) which dealt with the appropriate standard to apply when evaluating trial court decisions to transfer venue and reversed a trial court decision to transfer.
- Successfully briefed and argued challenge to trial court’s grant of summary judgment in dental malpractice claim. Trial court had granted summary judgment based on expiration of statute of limitations. On appeal Appellate Division of Superior Court of New Jersey reversed, finding Defendant had waived any basis for arguing the statute of limitations. Affirmed by New Jersey Supreme Court
- Successfully briefed and argued appeal of trial court decision to grant directed verdict in bicycle accident case. Supreme Court denied Petition for Appeal.
- Successfully defended condominium association and condo seller at trial of condo buyer’s claims of failure to disclose defects