Richard Schnoll concentrates his practice in the areas of personal injury and complex commercial litigation. Richard is the former Managing Attorney for Jacoby & Meyers' National Personal Injury Practice and was an Assistant District Attorney, Kings County, New York. He was also a senior executive in a technology company.
Richard is a former adjunct professor at Montclair State University.
Richard has extensive trial experience. He has been involved in many multimillion-dollar litigations for personal injury plaintiffs, most recently for a pedestrian who was hit by a commercial vehicle. Her case settled for $2.4 million. As Managing Attorney at Jacoby & Meyers, he led the litigation teams that secured a multimillion-dollar settlement for a brain-damaged teenager who drowned in a motel pool and a multimillion-dollar verdict against a municipality for negligence resulting in serious leg injuries. At the time, it was the largest upheld verdict of its kind in New York State.
Richard is active in his community and has recently been elected to the Woodcliff Lake Council.