Stephen M. Di Stefano

Stephen M. Di Stefano

Stephen M. Di Stefano is an Associate and member of Stark & Stark’s Accident & Personal Injury Group. Prior to joining Stark & Stark Mr. Di Stefano served as a judicial law clerk to the Honorable James E. Rafferty, Superior Court of New Jersey, Chancery Division for Gloucester, Cumberland and Salem Counties. During the time of his clerkship, Mr. Di Stefano reviewed all submissions ranging from motions to dismiss and motions for summary judgment to motions in limine and post trial motions. Mr. Di Stefano also conducted extensive research and prepared written judicial opinions, including findings of fact and conclusions of law.

Posts by Stephen M. Di Stefano

Bicycle Accidents with Vehicles and Pedetrians

Posted in Bicycle Injuries, Motor Vehicle Accidents

I learned recently that bicycling has increased by 60% over the past 15 years. Once considered an activity associated mainly with exercise or with leisurely rides on summer vacations, biking has become a commonplace mode of primary transportation for many people in cities and suburbs across the country. With this increase in usage, there has… Continue Reading

Slips and Falls and Vacations

Posted in Slip and Fall

Throughout the year many of us will be traveling with family and friends on vacations from work and the everyday grind. Most of us will stay in hotels or rental homes while vacationing. While you should not get bogged down worrying about the possibility of getting into an accident or mishap while on vacation, it’s… Continue Reading

Truck Accidents Can Result in Serious Injuries

Posted in Injury Law, Motor Vehicle Accidents, Trucking Accidents

Truck accidents often can result in serious or even fatal injuries. An example of such an accident is one that many people read about last summer: the accident where a Wal-Mart truck and a limo van collided. The accident severely injured comedian Tracy Morgan and two other occupants and killed fellow comedian James McNair. Another… Continue Reading

New Jersey Red Light Traffic Camera

Posted in Community, Injury Law, Legal Updates

As many drivers know, New Jersey’s red light traffic camera program proved to be a controversial topic of conversation.  Some people felt that the cameras saved lives by reducing the number of car accidents.  Others believed the cameras amounted to too much of a governmental intrusion into people’s private lives, almost like Big Brother watching… Continue Reading