Phone: (732) 324-7600
Fax: (732) 324-7606
Areas of Practice
Construction Site Accidents
Motor Vehicle Accidents
Slip and Fall Accidents
Selected to New Jersey Super Lawyers
Selected to New Jersey Rising Stars
Mr. Parsons is from Ocean County, and a graduate of Toms River High School North. In 1998, Mr. Parsons graduated with Honors from Rutgers University with a Bachelor of Arts in American Studies. In 2001, Mr. Parsons received his Juris Doctorate from Seton Hall University School of Law, where his academic distinction earned him a Faculty Scholarship for Outstanding Academic Achievement. He joined Gill & Chamas in 2000 as a third year law student, began practicing as an associate attorney upon his admission to the bar in 2001, and was named partner to the firm in January of 2011.
Mr. Parsons is admitted to practice law by the New Jersey Supreme Court and by the United States Federal District Court. He practices exclusively in the area of personal injury law, including construction site accidents, motor vehicle accidents, slip and fall accidents, and accidents arising from defective products. From 2010 to 2013, Mr. Parsons was named by Super Lawyers magazine as a “Rising Star.” Since 2014, he has been named a Super Lawyer**. He is Certified as a Civil Trial Lawyer by the Supreme Court of New Jersey due to his extensive experience as a trial attorney.
Mr. Parsons resides in Ocean County, with his wife and children. In his spare time, Mr. Parsons plays the guitar and (rarely) golf, and is fiercely proud of his lawn.
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Seton Hall University School of Law, Newark, New Jersey
Juris Doctorate – 2001
Honors: Academic Distinction
Honors: Faculty Scholarship for Outstanding Academic Achievement
Bachelor of Arts – 1998
Major: Member, Phi Beta Kappa Honors Society
A sample of Kevin L. Parsons's settlements and verdicts as of 2017
$4,000,000 – Motor cycle accident resulting in orthopedic, neurologic, and urologic injuries;
$1,800,000 – A laborer was injured when the utility vehicle he was riding in tumbled down an embankment;
$1,454,500 – Motor vehicle accident resulting in orthopedic injuries and early retirement;
$1,410,000 – Wrongful death due to sale of alcohol to a minor;
$1,250,000 – Fall off of a ladder resulting in fractured vertebrae and inability to work;
$1,023,450 – Motor vehicle accident resulting in orthopedic and neurological injuries;
$1,000,000 – Loss of eye due to defective product used in tire repair;
$800,000 – Partial loss of vision due to defective child’s toy;
$750,000 – Medical malpractice resulting in loss of spleen and kidney dysfunction;
$685,000 – Workplace trip and fall resulting in orthopedic injury and early retirement;
$665,000 – Motor vehicle accident involving intoxicated driver resulting in orthopedic injuries and diminished ability to work;
$650,000 – Motor vehicle accident resulting in orthopedic and neuropsychological injuries;
$597,000 – Motor vehicle accident involving hit and run driver resulting in orthopedic and neurological injuries;
$500,000 – Pedestrian struck by motor vehicle accident resulting in orthopedic and neuropsychiatric injuries and a diminished ability to work;