Kevin Berry is a shareholder in the Mass Tort/Class Action group, heads the firm’s New York office, and a member of the Management Committee at Wilentz, Goldman & Spitzer, P.A. Over the last 34 years, he has represented more than 5,000 victims of occupational and environmental injuries in New York and New Jersey, including those caused by asbestos, lead, toxic chemicals, and defective equipment.

Results achieved in prior matters are not meant to be a guarantee of success as the facts and legal circumstances vary from matter to matter. A regular speaker at local and national meetings of unions representing workers impacted by occupational safety and health issues, Mr. Berry has tried numerous cases to verdict and has obtained several multi-million dollar verdicts and settlements for victims suffering from mesothelioma, lung cancer, and asbestosis. Among his clients are Power Plant and Utility Workers, Steamfitters, Plumbers, Boilermakers, Electricians, Shipyard Workers, and other tradespeople injured due to their exposure to asbestos.

In addition to his asbestos litigation practice, Mr. Berry also represents individuals throughout the United States who have been injured by defective pharmaceutical products and dangerous consumer products, and in connection with consumer fraud, hazardous products, and health care fraud.

Since 2006, Mr. Berry has been consistently selected in the Best Lawyers in America list for Mass Tort Litigation/Class Actions - Plaintiffs and selected for Product Liability Litigation - Plaintiffs for the 2024 edition. He has also been included in the New York Metro Super Lawyers list for Class Action and Mass Torts since 2007.

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