Specific Service Offerings
  • Personal Injury
    • Construction Site Accidents
    • Property Defects
    • Slips, Trips and Falls
    • Motor Vehicle Crashes
    • Defective Products
    • Trucking Crashes
    • Medical Malpractice
    • Amusement Park Injuries
  • Certified Civil Trial Attorney as designated by the Supreme Court of New Jersey, Craig is among less than 2% of NJ practicing attorneys who have demonstrated sufficient levels of experience, education, knowledge and skill in civil trial practice
  • Million Dollar Advocates Forum Member
  • Martindale Hubbell AV Preeminent Rating
  • NJ Monthly/Super Lawyer Top 100 Lawyers in New Jersey, 2020
  • Super Lawyer, as voted by his peers and facilitated by Law Politics and New Jersey Monthly, 2009-2021
  • Super Lawyer ; Rising Star, 2010-12
  • AVVO Rating 10 out of 10
  • Solo and Small Firm Lawyer of the Year, New Jersey State Bar Association, 2018
  • Appreciation Award, Chair, Solo and Small Firm section, New Jersey State Bar Association, 2011
  • Reynoldson Award, AMTA, National Championship Round Collegiate Mock Trial Coach
  • Service to the Bar Award, NJSBA-YLD, , 2008

A description of the standard or methodology on which the accolades are based can be found here.

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  • New Jersey Supreme Court Committee on the Rules of Evidence, Member 2020-21
  • Middlesex County Representative, NJSBA Judicial and Prosecutorial Appointments Committee, 2018-2021 term
  • Fellowship of the Litigation Counsel of America, Member
  • Academy of Truck Accident Attorneys, Member
  • American Association for Justice (AAJ), Member
  • Trustee, New Jersey State Bar Association, 2011-17 term
  • Board Member, New Jersey Association for Justice, 2016-Present
  • President, Association of County Bar Presidents, 2015-16
  • President, Middlesex County Bar Association, 2015-16
  • Chair, MCBA Civil Trial Practice and Lawyer Referral Service Committees, 2006-14
  • Northern New Jersey Vice Chair, NJSBA Judicial and Prosecutorial Appointments Committee, 2013-14 term
  • Trustee, NJ State Bar Association, Civil Trial Bar Section, 2010-Present
  • Founder and Past Chair, New Jersey State Bar Association, Solo and Small Firm section, 2009-11
  • Barrister, Joseph Halpern Civil Inn of Court
Civic Affiliations
  • Head Coach, Rutgers University Mock Trial Association, 2008-15
  • Head Coach, Rutgers University Mock Trial Association, #2 Team in the Nation, 2011-12
  • Frequent speaker to students on careers in the law and substantive legal topics
  • Pro bono representation of 9/11 families in compensation fund claims
  • Environmental conservation/clean up projects with NJSBA
Representative Matters/Wins & Settlements
  • $1,375,000 verdict for woman with back injury that slipped on ice at hotel
  • $1,275,000 settlement with co-counsel for woman whose cancer was misdiagnosed and that hastened her death
  • $1,050,000 million settlement for woman burned in a fire involving a defective kitchen appliance
  • $950,000 for truck driver client injured in fall from tank trailer
  • $875,000 settlement for man injured on defective boat stairs
  • $850,000 settlement for bicyclist hit by a box truck
  • $800,000 for client hurt in truck crash
  • $750,000 for client hurt in truck crash
  • $750,000 settlement for client that suffered neck and back injuries in a car accident
  • $675,000 verdict for man with neck injury from car accident
  • $625,000 verdict for client injured in a multi-car collision
  • $600,000 settlement for client injured in a bicycle accident and his lawyer failed to protect his rights
  • $575,000 settlement for a client with back injuries in an accident
  • $500,000 settlement for a client that was significantly injured in a high impact rear-end accident
  • $475,000 for a client that was injured during drills at a sports camp
  •  $450,000 for a client who was injured due to the negligence of a property owner, property management company and snow removal contractor
  • $425,000 settlement for a RAM Law client that was injured in a three car crash.
  • $400,000 for medical malpractice victim
  • $395,000 for client with neck injury that was aggravated in car accident.
  • $347,500 for Client Injured in Fall at Restaurant.
  • $340,000 for client with neck injury that was aggravated in a car accident
  • $316,000 settlement, slip and fall accident in shopping center parking lot
  • $300,000 settlement for client that fractured his foot in a motorcycle accident
  • $295,000 for client injured at a big box retail store
  • $285,000 for Client Injured in Car Crash
  • $250,000 settlement for client suffering neck injuries to his facet joints and undergoing multiple pain management procedures and an ablation to several levels of his neck
  • $278,000 settlement for client requiring neck surgery following car accident
  • $215,000 settlement for client injured in a slip and fall accident
  • $195,000 for client that suffered a head and low back injury in fall
  • $195,000 for client with neck injury
  • $175,000 for client with low back injuries resulting from a car crash
  • $165,000 for client injured when car was rear-ended resulting suffering a torn rotator cuff and neck pain
  • $110,000 for client that suffered a low back injury
  • $100,000 policy limits for client with spinal injury
Speaking Engagements
  • The Indispensable Guide to Trucking Litigation, Panel Moderator/Speaker, NJICLE, August 2021
  • Commercial Motor Vehicle Cases: Establishing the Standard of Care and Its Violation, Strafford National Webinars, July 2021
  • How to Steer the Ship through Stormy Waters – Making Strong Financial and Management Decisions to Keep Your Firm Thriving, New Jersey State Bar Association – Solo and Small Firm Conference, February 2021
  • Hardball for Young Lawyers and New Trial Attorneys, NJ ICLE, January 2021
  • Trucking Litigation – Beyond the Basics Webcast, Middlesex County Bar Association (MCBA), December 2020
  • Trial College: Union County Bar Association, January 2020
  • Trucking Litigation: Hauling Through the Preparation for a Trucking Accident, NJ ICLE, November 2019
  • Credibility: Proving Your Case Through The Other Side’s Witnesses(or Adverse Witnesses), New Jersey State Bar Association, Puerto Rico, November 2019
  • Trucking Litigation, Paralegal Association of New Jersey, October 2019
  • The Essentials of Litigating a Truck Crash, Somerset County Bar Association, October 2019
  • Hot Tips in Evidence, New Jersey Assoc. for Justice, Program Co-Chair/Speaker, February 2019
  • Trial Skills College, Middlesex County Bar Association, Creator/Instructor, Winter/Spring 2019
  • Trucking Litigation, New Jersey Institute for Continuing Legal Education, December 2018
  • Truck Crashes: They Aren’t Car Crashes, Middlesex County Bar Association (MCBA), December 2018
  • Investigating and Cross Examining the Defense Medical Expert, New Jersey Association for Justice, 2017
  • Ethical Advertising in the Times of Avvo, MCBA, Dec. 2016
  • Professionalism, MCBA Professionalism Day, Oct. 2016, Oct. 2015, Oct. 2013
  • Jury Selection in Auto Cases, New Jersey Association for Justice, 2015
  • Professionalism in the Law Panel, Middlesex County Bar Association (MCBA), 2015
  • Using Motions in Limine to Win at Trial, New Jersey State Bar Association (NJSBA), 2015
  • Trial by Trial: Trial Tips for New Trial Lawyers, NJSBA Solo and Small Firm Section, March 2014
  • Technology at Trial: A Civil Case, NJSBA, 2014
  • Hanging out a Shingle, NJSBA, Women in the Profession Section, 2013
  • Proving Damages in a Civil Case, MCBA May 2013
  • Deposing the Expert Witness, MCBA, 2012
  • How to Take a Deposition, NJSBA and MCBA, 2007-09
  • How to Take an Expert Deposition, NJSBA and MCBA, 2008-09
  • Moderator, Negotiating Settlements panel, NJSBA, 2008
  • Panelist, Professional Ethics, NICLE Skills and Methods, 2007
  • “Impeachment, Refreshing Recollection and Past Recollection Recorded,” Middlesex County Advocate, Jan. 2018
  • “So You Want to Have Your Name on the Door? Better Have a Game Plan,” New Jersey Lawyer Magazine, July 2014.
  • Co-author, The Bona Fide Office Rule: Will Virtual Offices Be Allowed?, New Jersey Lawyer, June 2012.
  • “Taking Depositions,” Middlesex County Advocate, Dec. 2007
  • “How to Take a Deposition,” N.J. Lawyer Magazine, 2006
  • Juris Doctor, cum laude, Quinnipiac University School of Law
  • B.A. Degree, Political Science, The Pennsylvania State University
Bar Admissions
  • New Jersey
  • New York
  • U.S. Supreme Court


Craig M. Aronow
Rated by Super Lawyers

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Craig M. Aronow
Rated by Super Lawyers

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RAM Law co-founder and partner Craig Aronow has a passion in fighting for his
clients who have been injured and hurt through no fault of their own. He works tirelessly to obtain compensation on the clients’ behalf to ease their pain and suffering, lost wages, and often catastrophic medical expenses.

Once on a case, Craig is his clients’ best advocate for successfully working through the litigation process in New Jersey. It is in the courtroom that Craig’s unique skills and talents become clear. With nearly two decades of courtroom experience of fighting for his clients, Craig never forgets that he is working to improve his clients’ lives, many of whom have become like family. Clients have a voice and it is Craig’s job to make sure it is heard. That is why he fights for his clients every day.

The Super Lawyers List is issued by Thompson Reuters. A description of the selection methodology can be found here...https://www.superlawyers.com/about/selection_process_detail.html. No aspect of this advertisement has been approved by the Supreme Court of New Jersey.