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Parents of Ariana Williams, who was killed by vehicular homicide by former Burlington township, NJ, police offer Justin Rodriguez, file civil lawsuit against Rodriguez and two establishments that over-served him alcohol the night of the fatal car accident

Burlington, NJ October 23, 2017   —   Ronald and Chavella Williams, the still-grieving parents of Ariana Williams who died in a horrific car crash on September 23, 2016 while in the passenger seat of a car driven by intoxicated former Burlington Township police officer Justin Rodriguez, today filed a civil lawsuit against Rodriguez and New Jersey establishments that the Williams family alleges over-served Rodriguez alcohol the night of the fatal car crash, despite Rodriguez appearing to be visibly intoxicated. The Williams family is being represented by the law firm of Fritz Goldenberg & Bianculli, LLC, which also represented the Williams family during the criminal proceedings against Rodriguez. Rodriguez‎, 26, recently pleaded guilty to Vehicular Homicide and Driving Under the Influence in the tragic death of Ariana Williams, who was just 27-years old at the time of her death. Rodriguez is currently incarcerated at the South Woods State Prison in Bridgeton, NJ, where he is serving a four-year sentence.

“Justin Rodriguez’s guilty plea of Vehicular Homicide and Driving Under the Influence in the recent criminal case against him was only the start of the Williams family’s pursuit of justice in their beloved daughter’s tragic death,” says Fritz Goldenberg & Bianculli lead partner Brian Fritz. “Ariana’s family said from the outset of this nightmare that they intended to hold accountable every individual and every establishment involved in their young daughter’s tragic death. We will not cease until we have gotten justice for Ariana.”

Justin ‎Rodriguez, who was off duty from his job as a police officer on the Burlington Township, NJ, Police Department at the time of the fatal car accident, was drunk behind the wheel of his Acura Integra, after being served alcohol over extended periods of time by two bars in the area, Ruby Tuesday in Hamilton, NJ and the Brickwall Tavern in Burlington, NJ. Police estimate Rodriguez was driving drunk at 86 miles per hour in a 45 mile per hour speed zone when he lost control of his car and crashed into a pole in Florence, NJ. Rodriguez was ejected from his car and sustained injuries, but has since recovered. Ariana Williams, who was from the town of Florence, NJ, sustained catastrophic head injuries and was pronounced dead at the scene.

The Williams family’s civil suit was filed today by Fritz & Bianculli in the Superior Court of New Jersey, Burlington County, Civil Law Division.

Fritz & Bianculli recently supported and attended the Philadelphia Bar Foundation’s Andrew Hamilton Benefit BASH! The fundraising event is designed to help The Bar Foundation promote access to justice for all people in the community particularly those struggling with poverty, abuse and discrimination.

Fritz & Bianculli recently supported and attended the 12th Annual Raise a Glass for a Cure fundraising event sponsored by The Philadelphia Chapter of The Bouniconti Fund to Cure Paralysis. It is the fundraising arm of The Miami Project, the world’s most comprehensive spinal cord injury (SCI) research center dedicated to finding more effective treatments for and ultimately a cure for paralysis.

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The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) is the federal agency responsible for developing, issuing and enforcing workplace safety laws. So, no matter where you work, the OSHA laws must be followed to make sure you are safe at work. Unfortunately, most workplace accidents are the direct result of people or companies failing to follow OSHA safety laws.

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In our experience, many people are told they do not have a case because the attorney reviewing it did not know that OSHA laws had been violated. Failing to follow OSHA safety law, leads to most workplace accidents. As a result, it is critically important for anyone who suffers a workplace accident to have attorneys and staff certified in OSHA laws. Thus, all at Fritz and Bianculli now have OSHA certification to better serve our clients who have been victims of workplace accidents.

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Partner Brian Fritz selected as 2018 Super Lawyer

Fritz & Bianculli LLC would like to congratulate Partner Brian Fritz on his selection as a 2018 Super Lawyer as published in this month’s Philadelphia magazine.

Attorney Kristy E. McCabe Named New Partner at Fritz & Bianculli, LLC

Fritz & Bianculli, LLC is pleased to announce that Kristy E. McCabe has been named a new partner of the firm

Kristy has been with the firm since 2016. Since that time, Kristy has been integrally involved in cases where the firm has achieved multimillion dollar results for its clients. She brings to the practice over a decade of work defending corporations–including but not limited to construction companies, health care facilities, and product manufacturers–in catastrophic injury cases in both Pennsylvania and New Jersey. When she started her own family, Kristy realized her passion was helping individuals, children and families — not insurance companies. Kristy joined Fritz & Bianculli, LLC and has never looked back.

Kristy is a native of Gloucester County, new Jersey, where she still resides with her husband and three small children. She is a first generation professional and no stranger to hard work. Kristy prides herself in treating her clients like her friends and family, furthering the firm’s motto of “Making Justice Personal.”

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Parents of Ariana Williams file Civil Lawsuit

Ronald and Chavella Williams, the still-grieving parents of Ariana Williams who died in a horrific car crash on September 23, 2016 while in the passenger seat of a car driven by intoxicated former Burlington Township police officer Justin Rodriguez, today filed a civil lawsuit against Rodriguez and New Jersey establishments that the Williams family alleges over-served Rodriguez alcohol the night of the fatal car crash, despite Rodriguez appearing to be visibly intoxicated. The Williams family is being represented by the law firm of Fritz Goldenberg & Bianculli, LLC, which also represented the Williams family during the criminal proceedings against Rodriguez. Rodriguez‎, 26, recently pleaded guilty to Vehicular Homicide and Driving Under the Influence in the tragic death of Ariana Williams, who was just 27-years old at the time of her death. Rodriguez is currently incarcerated at the South Woods State Prison in Bridgeton, NJ, where he is serving a four-year sentence.

“Justin Rodriguez’s guilty plea of Vehicular Homicide and Driving Under the Influence in the recent criminal case against him was only the start of the Williams family’s pursuit of justice in their beloved daughter’s tragic death,” says Fritz Goldenberg & Bianculli lead partner Brian Fritz. “Ariana’s family said from the outset of this nightmare that they intended to hold accountable every individual and every establishment involved in their young daughter’s tragic death. We will not cease until we have gotten justice for Ariana.”

Justin ‎Rodriguez, who was off duty from his job as a police officer on the Burlington Township, NJ, Police Department at the time of the fatal car accident, was drunk behind the wheel of his Acura Integra, after being served alcohol over extended periods of time by two bars in the area, Ruby Tuesday in Hamilton, NJ and the Brickwall Tavern in Burlington, NJ. Police estimate Rodriguez was driving drunk at 86 miles per hour in a 45 mile per hour speed zone when he lost control of his car and crashed into a pole in Florence, NJ. Rodriguez was ejected from his car and sustained injuries, but has since recovered. Ariana Williams, who was from the town of Florence, NJ, sustained catastrophic head injuries and was pronounced dead at the scene.

The Williams family’s civil suit was filed today by Fritz Goldenberg & Bianculli in the Superior Court of New Jersey, Burlington County, Civil Law Division.