Tania Mekhjian Villalba

Senior paralegal Tania Mekhjian Villalba works with new clients, introducing them to our firm, initially gathering information concerning their cases and answering questions. Tania received her undergraduate degree from New York University located in Manhattan and her graduate degree from Widener University School of Law in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.

While at NYU, Tania was selected to be a Court Appointed Special Advocate (C.A.S.A.) promoting the rights of children in the New York City foster care system. In addition, she was a lobbyist for the National Committee For Adoption in Washington D.C. advocating adoption related issues on Capitol Hill. At Widener University, Tania was chosen to participate in the Pennsylvania Civil Law Clinic.

At Widener University School of Law, Tania was chosen to participate in the Pennsylvania Civil Law Clinic to assist the public with legal issues such as landlord-tenant, worker's compensation and employment discrimination. She also served as the law clerk for the national defense counsel of Ingersoll-Rand involving asbestos litigation.

Tania is currently exclusively practicing in the area of pharmaceutical tort litigation by developing the cases of injured clients. She has previous private practice experience in matrimonial and family law, estate planning, wills, bankruptcy and general civil law. Tania is admitted to the Supreme Court of New Jersey and to the United States District Court for the District of New Jersey.

Testimonials

     I have been wondering how people that I do not know have taken it upon themselves to take such very good care of, advocate for and treat me with such respect … I am so very grateful to you all and I will remember your kindness until the day I die. So, I want to take this opportunity to thank you Ron and the rest of the team… Just to be clear, I cannot talk to you because I have not been able to stop crying every time I remember how hard you guys advocated for me, told … my story, yet made me feel safe. Ron, thank you and please let everyone on my team know how I sincerely feel.

- Recent Client, Case Settled
February 2019