Thousands of licensed professionals help New Jersey residents resolve problems every day, whether they are turning to a certified public accountant (CPA), lawyer, dentist or engineer. These professionals, including the over 18,000 members of the New Jersey State Bar Association, are a huge part of their communities and drivers of the state’s economy.

Yet because of the instability and lack of predictability with professional malpractice, they often struggle to meet overhead expenses. That’s exactly why the NJSBA is putting its full support behind advancing A-1982 during the upcoming lame duck legislative session. This measure would provide critical stability and predictability to professional malpractice cases, protect consumers and put all professionals on a level playing field.

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