The D’Amato Law Firm recently received silver for the Press of Atlantic City’s Best of the Press Award for Best Law Firm. This is quite an accomplishment and shows the dedication and knowledge that the lawyers at the D’Amato Law Firm have for the law and their specific practice areas. This is a peer-voted award and further shows that the firm respects the legal needs of their clients and works hard to ensure that all clients receive the best customer service. Obtaining maximum compensation for their clients’ cases is a priority that the firm takes seriously. All cases are handled with respect and every client that the firm takes on is treated like family. To read more about the Best of the Press Award, click here.
There are many unsolved murders throughout New Jersey, especially in the southern part of the state. Unfortunately, there are many unexplained and unresolved investigations by police forces who are known to be excellent in their fields. Many victims of violent crimes in New Jersey have been forgotten about and law enforcement has stopped searching for answers.
Attorney Paul D’Amato represents the family of Tiffany Valiante, whose case is still unsolved. Tiffany’s case is considered a questionable suicide, but family and friends question the validity of this conclusion. The D’Amato Law Firm recently appealed to the Superior Court of New Jersey to release all material evidence of the case for further scientific testing. To read more about Tiffany’s case and other unsolved New Jersey murders, click here.
Five years ago, 18-year-old Tiffany Valiante was struck and killed by a New Jersey Transit train. Investigators ruled the incident a suicide despite the insistence by Tiffany’s family that murder was the actual cause of death. The D’Amato Law Firm has been working with the Valiante family to prove that Tiffany’s death was an intentional act done by another person. Tiffany’s parents will continue to fight for the justice of their daughter. Read this article for more information on Tiffany’s ongoing case and for photos from the July 12th memorial ceremony.