Ms. Hashemi has extensive experience in handling all stages of complex civil and high exposure litigation. Ms. Hashemi has been involved in defending a number of catastrophic loss and wrongful death cases. Her practice consists largely of insurance defense, focusing on construction, Labor Law, premises liability, and trucking & transportation. Ms. Hashemi is experienced in litigating high exposure cases, having represented high value claims and clients such as the Salvation Army Building Collapse and Fortune 500 companies.
A native of Randolph, New Jersey, Ms. Hashemi earned her undergraduate degree from The College of New Jersey in 2007. She next attended law school at Rutgers School of Law, earning her Juris Doctorate in 2011. While at Rutgers, Ms. Hashemi participated in the Civil Immigration Practice Law Clinic where she defended low-income individuals involved in immigration proceedings and was recognized for her superior legal writing skills. After law school, Ms. Hashemi served as law clerk to the Honorable Francis J. Orlando, A.J.S.C. and Justice Lee A. Solomon, J.S.C. within the New Jersey Judiciary.
- Ms. Hashemi is committed to community and charitable service. She has been very active within the Greater Delaware Valley Chapter of the National MS Society; participating annually in the City-to-Shore Charity Ride and serving as Chair of the Preakness at the Piazza benefit for Multiple Sclerosis, through which she has helped to over $1,000,000 to benefit the battle against MS.