Bonny Rafel

Bonny G. Rafel, LLC

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New Jersey


Bonny G. Rafel is a highly regarded nationally recognized litigator, representing consumers in life and disability cases in New Jersey, New York, and many other states. She has received the highest rating, A+ Martindale Hubbell which is based on assessments by her peers. She is a founding member of AAOFDA, a national collaboration of experienced disability attorneys.  She has been recognized as a "Super Lawyer" every year since 2010.  Ms. Rafel has devoted substantial time during her busy career to mentor others through continuing education courses and shares her experiences by lecturing and writing in many venues. She speaks to varied groups, medical offices, trade organizations, insurance agencies, financial planners, medical support groups and specialty organizations on disability issues. Her successes have been recognized in the New Jersey Law Journal. She often authors timely articles in her field of specialty, which have appeared in many periodicals. Ms. Rafel is a regular featured speaker for the American Association for Justice, Lawline and the American Conference Institute on topics of bad faith, long term disability, health and ERISA matters. Ms. Rafel recently was an invited lecturer at the Annual AAJ Convention in Maryland where she discussed disability issues related to Multiple Sclerosis and Parkinson’s Disease. 

She personally interviews each prospective client with a paralegal selected based on the needs of each case. She provides leadership skills to our firm and her dedication to the cause of the disabled is truly admirable. She is the Voice of the Disabled.

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  • New Jersey

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