Erica Domingo, Esq.

South Jersey injury lawyer

Erica Domingo is a seasoned legal professional and a distinguished leader in the field. Born and raised in South Jersey, she takes great pride in serving the community where she grew up.  

During her academic journey at Rutgers-Camden School of Law, Erica showcased her leadership skills as the President of the Environmental Law Society and the Lead Notes Editor of the Rutgers Journal of Law and Religion. Her prowess in advocacy earned her the prestigious “Best Oralist” award in two rounds of competition at the Pace University National Environmental Law Moot Court Competition. Following her graduation, Erica clerked at the New Jersey Superior Court – Appellate Division, further solidifying her foundation in the legal system.

Experience and Results

With a focus on employment discrimination and personal injury matters, Erica has established herself as a formidable force in the legal arena. Her expertise extends to various areas, with successful resolutions in cases involving sexual harassment, race discrimination, disability discrimination, workers’ compensation retaliation, sex discrimination, and failure to accommodate.

Her track record includes securing notable verdicts, including serving as the second chair trial attorney and arguing dispositive motions on a significant whistleblower that resulted in a $1.6 million verdict – the largest whistleblower verdict in New Jersey that year. Erica has secured substantial settlements, including $500,000 in a sexual harassment case, $275,000 in a case involving race discrimination, disability discrimination, and workers’ compensation retaliation, $225,000 in a sex discrimination case, and $175,000 in a disability discrimination and failure to accommodate case.

*The Case Results should not create an unjustified expectation that similar results can be obtained for others without regard to the specific factual and legal circumstances of your case. 

Erica does not take for granted that she is able to help vindicate the rights of individuals who may be at a personal low point, having lost their job or facing a serious life-altering injury. She recognizes the impact her work in changing the future for each of her clients and works diligently to get them each the best result possible for their case. Erica’s compassionate demeanor makes her a natural confidant and advocate for all of her clients.


Beyond her legal accomplishments, Erica embodies a commitment to community service. She serves as the Vice President on the Board of Directors’ Executive Committee for The Parkinson Council, a regional non-profit organization dedicated to improving the quality of life for individuals with Parkinson’s and their care partners.

Outside the courtroom and her charitable endeavors, Erica finds balance on her yoga mat or in the kitchen, engaging in her passion for cooking and baking with her two children. Her multifaceted approach to life reflects a dynamic individual whose dedication to legal excellence is matched only by her commitment to community welfare.

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