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Kevin M. McGoldrick

15000 Midlantic Drive, Suite 200
P.O. Box 5429
Mount Laurel, NJ 08054
(856) 414-6406
(856) 414-6077 - Fax

Kevin is a shareholder with the firm's Casualty Department focusing his practice in the area of fraud and special investigation. In his practice he handles insurance fraud and fraud-related matters, including bodily injury claims, uninsured/underinsured (UM/UIM) motorist claims and personal injury protection (PIP) claims. 

Kevin has practiced in a wide range of litigation matters, including product liability, auto negligence, premises liability, and amusements, sports and recreation liability.  He has handled countless auto negligence claims including M.I.S.T. cases involving minor impact soft tissue damage claims. 

After receiving his Bachelor of Science degree from Pennsylvania State University in Administration of Justice in 1994, Kevin completed an internship with the Abington Police Department where he was involved in multiple investigations and worked with detectives in questioning witnesses, obtaining evidence and providing information to prosecutors for criminal trials.  Kevin received his juris doctor in 2001 from Widener University in Wilmington, Delaware, while attending the extended/night division program and while maintaining a full -time position as a paralegal/law clerk for a plaintiff's personal injury firm.  While at Widener, Kevin participated and was a member of the Widener Law rugby team where he played for the four years he attended Law School.  He received the Certificate of Achievement Award in Pre-Trial Methods for excellence in legal writing.  

Kevin has lectured for various organizations including the South Jersey Claims Association, Camden County Bar Association and  New Jersey Special Investigators Association (NJSIA).

Significant Representative Matters

  • Secured stipulation of dismissal with prejudice in federal court for personal injuries alleged by plaintiff in an automobile accident. The  plaintiff was alleging to have sustained significant, permanent injuries as a result of a minor impact accident that occurred in a bank parking lot.  Filed a motion to dismiss after the plaintiff failed to cooperate and appear for multiple defense medical exams.  The magistrate agreed and dismissed the plaintiff's complaint with prejudice.

  • Successfully tried to verdict an automobile accident claim where plaintiff was seeking $125,000 originally when Complaint was filed.  Non-binding arbitration awarded plaintiff $45,000.  Minimal offer was extended and rejected by plaintiff.  Jury found for the defense confirming plaintiff did not pierce the verbal threshold pursuant to N.J.S.A. 39:6A-8 et seq.

  • Secured dismissal of two plaintiffs claims for personal injuries as a result of a slip and fall in a parking lot of the insured's business.  Plaintiffs were seeking $100,000 each for their alleged injuries.  Kevin filed a Motion for Summary Judgment arguing the "Snow in Progress Doctrine" and the Superior Court agreed that the insured did not have an obligation or duty to perform snow removal services during a significant snow storm. 

  • Secured dismissal of plaintiff's claim for personal injuries in a slip and fall in front of the insured's business.  Plaintiff suffered significant injuries including a dislocated and fractured wrist and head contusion.  Plaintiff was seeking $250,000 in damages.  Kevin filed a Motion for Summary Judgment arguing plaintiff could not establish any negligence on the insured through the proofs submitted into evidence.  Plaintiff was rendered intoxicated in the hospital records, knew of the existence of the alleged "hazard" beforehand and was the only eye witness to the fall.  The Superior Court agreed that the evidence did not support plaintiff's allegations and there were no issues of fact that a jury could conclude the insured was responsible for plaintiff's injuries. 

  • Secured voluntary dismissal from plaintiff for a PIP suit filed by plaintiff with her bodily injury claims.  Kevin was able to establish plaintiff had no standing to bring the suit against the carrier as the medical providers had taken an Assignment of Benefits from the plaintiff and pursued their claims for reimbursement in the Forthright Forum. 

  • Successfully resolved a claim for personal injuries in a trip and fall suffered at the insured's roller skating rink.  The plaintiff tripped over a coin left on the skating rink floor used in the arcade machines at the insured's business.  Plaintiff suffered a bimalleolar fracture to his ankle requiring surgery including plate and screws.  Plaintiff made a demand for $250,000 and the case resolved for $31,500 which included a health care lien and wage claim.  We were able to establish that the insured had no actual or constructive notice of the coin being on the floor and had adequate security and personnel on the floor at the time of plaintiff's floor. 

Classes/Seminars Taught

  • Metrics Driven SIU UMBI, New Jersey Special Investigators Association (NJSIA), Atlantic City, NJ, July 2015

Published Works

  • "Superior Court or Forthright? That is the Question," New Jersey Law Journal, Automobile Law Supplement, January 27, 2016

  • "A Comparative Analysis Is Not Required Under AICRA Unless Aggravation Of Pre-Existing Injuries Is Pled As A Cause Of Action," Defense Digest, June 2007


  • Widener University School of Law, Wilmington, DE (J.D., 2001)

    Honors: Moe Levine Trial Advocacy Honor Society
    Honors: Certificate of Achievement in Legal Writing, 2000

  • The American Institute for Paralegal Studies, 1996

    Paralegal Certificate

  • Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA (B.S., 1994)

    Honors: Dean's List: 1993 - 1994
    Major: Administration of Justice

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  • Widener University School of Law (J.D., 2001)
  • Pennsylvania State University (B.S., 1994); The American Institute for Paralegal Studies (Paralegal Certificate, 1996))

Bar Admissions

  • New Jersey, 2001
  • U.S. District Court District of New Jersey, 2001

Associations & Memberships

  • American Bar Association
  • Camden County Bar Association
  • New Jersey Special Investigators Association (NJSIA)
  • South Jersey Claims Association
  • Widener University School of Law Alumni Association
  • The Pennsylvania State University Alumni Association

Year Joined Organization: 2005

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