Thaddeus J. Hubert, IV

Associate - New Brunswick
Phone: 732-545-4717
Fax: 732-545-4579

Associate - New Brunswick

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Thaddeus “Ted” Hubert, IV, is an associate in the General and Automobile Liability Department.  Ted primarily concentrates his practice in the area of Personal Injury Defense and Automobile Liability Defense.  He routinely defends personal injury claims alleging spinal injuries, fractures and traumatic brain injuries. He is experienced in all stages of litigation and has successfully represented his clients at trial and in the Appellate Division.

Ted also has experience defending malpractice claims against lawyers, accountants and design professionals as well as construction defect claims.  Ted has extensive experience with applying and understanding New Jersey’s Economic Loss Doctrine (ELD).  Ted has successfully dismissed multi-million dollar claims against his clients by asserting the ELD. Due to his experience and achievements, Ted has lectured the Construction Law Section of the New Jersey State Bar Association.

 Away from the law, Ted enjoys playing soccer and rooting for the New York Jets.

Appellate Decisions

  • Amezquita v. Donahue, 2013 N.J. Super. Unpub. Lexis 1433 (Appellate Division affirmed trial verdict finding plaintiff did not establish defendant was negligent by a preponderance of the evidence).
  • Simpson v. Gallagher Basset Ins. Servs., 2013 N.J. Super. Unpub. Lexis 2340 (Appellate Division reversed trial court finding that plaintiff’s claim for underinsured motorists benefits was time barred by the statute of limitations).
  • Aspen Landscaping Contr. Inc., v. Juliano & Sons Contrs. Inc., 2013 N.J. Super. Unpub. Lexis 1995 (Appellate Division affirmed dismissal of claim by contractor for damages by applying the patent ambiguity doctrine).
  • New Jersey American Water Co. Inc., v. Watchung Square, 2016 N.J. Super. Unpub. LEXIS 1637 (Appellate Division affirmed dismissal of negligence and intentional tort claims against design professional for economic loss pursuant to the economic loss doctrine).
  • Troiani-Schwartz v. Dicker, 2018 N.J. Super. Unpub. LEXIS 1520 (Appellate Division affirmed dismissal of plaintiff’s personal injury claim for bilateral wrist fractures since plaintiff failed to produce evidence of defendant’s negligence for motor vehicle intersection collision).

Trial Court

  • Spectraserv, Inc. v. Middlesex County Utils. Auth. 2013 N.J. Super. Unpub. Lexis 2173 (Trial Court dismissed negligence claims by contractor against engineer for delay damages pursuant to the Economic Loss Doctrine notwithstanding the fact that the parties were not in contractual privity)


  • How To Bar A Federal Health Insurance Lien: The Difference Between The Federal Employees Health Benefits Act And The Employee Retirement Income And Security Act.  New Jersey Defense Association, Fall 2015.


  • “A generational overview of the unexpected evolution of the privity doctrine in New Jersey Construction Cases.”  Construction Law Section New Jersey State Bar Association.


  • Member, Middlesex County Bar Association
  • Member, Mercer County Bar Association
  • Member, New Jersey State Bar Association
  • Member, Claims and Litigation Management Alliance (“CLM”)