State of New Jersey
Ethan C. Wells is Counsel in the Firm’s Edison, NJ office and a member of the Personal Injury, and Litigation practice groups. Ethan is an experienced litigator who has appeared regularly in Federal, State and Municipal Courts throughout New Jersey representing clients in several areas including personal injury, criminal contractual disputes, landlord tenant, and labor and employment.
Prior to joining the Firm, Ethan was an associate at a medium sized Bergen County firm and later managed his own practice. He has served as a volunteer mediator for the New Jersey Office of the Attorney General’s Consumer Affairs Division where he resolved consumer fraud and contract disputes, misrepresentations and small business disagreements.
Ethan received his Juris Doctor from Rutgers University School of Law and is admitted to practice in New Jersey. He also received his Bachelor of Arts degree from Franklin & Marshall College.
Ethan is a member of the Middlesex County Bar Association and the Garden State Bar Association. He was also named to the New Jersey Super Lawyers’ Rising Stars List for 2022.*
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Mandelbaum Barrett's Personal Injury Team Recently Helped an Injured Patron Hold a Careless Bar Accountable For an On-site Stabbing
February 11, 2019Member Joe Peters and Associate Ethan Wells earned a major victory on behalf of a client who was stabbed in a New Brunswick, New Jersey bar. The client sustained multiple traumatic injuries to his leg, abdomen, pancreas, and spleen. Peters and Wells aggressively advocated for our client during the mediation and were able to prove that the bar in question had an obligation to provide security at its establishment in a reasonable manner. The bar also failed to successfully train and supervise its security personnel. Therefore, the bar was fully liable for plaintiff's injuries. The mediation ended when the defendant's agreed to compensate the plaintiff in full. This is just one of the many satisfying verdicts our personal injury attorneys have achieved for plaintiffs.