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Partner Todd Wachtel Volunteers for Congregation Beth Chaim Reopening Task Force

Partner Todd Wachtel Volunteers for Congregation Beth Chaim Reopening Task Force

Levinson Axelrod, P.A. Partner Todd D. Wachtel, Esq. has volunteered to serve as the Chairperson of the Reopening Task Force for Congregation Beth Chaim in West Windsor, New Jersey as it looks to reopen its doors after closing in response to the coronavirus pandemic.

After being asked to chair various committees, Todd is actively meeting with stakeholders, business leaders, medical professionals, educators, and Clergy in an effort to create sensible, guidance-driven policies and procedures to help re-open the Congregation’s day care, religious school, and other facilities in a manner that will keep everyone safe and healthy.

Todd’s work with Beth Chaim involves almost nightly Zoom meetings, as well as virtually attending lectures and reviewing policies from the Union of Reform Judaism, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the American Academy of Pediatrics, and the state of New Jersey.

Every day, new developments and evolving guidance have brought new opportunities and challenges to this project. As a Board Certified Workers’ Compensation Attorney, Todd is well-prepared to provide rapid analysis and advice in his capacity on the Task Force, just as he has done for clients at Levinson Axelrod for years. More information can be found here.

Committed To Clients & The Local Community

Todd D. Wachtel is a Partner at Levinson Axelrod, P.A.’s Hillsborough office, where he counsels injured workers and families in a range of workers’ compensation matters, and leverages his experience as a former New Jersey Deputy Attorney General to help clients obtain needed medical treatment and temporary or permanent benefits following work-related injuries.

As an expert in workplace exposure cases, Todd has been active in keeping up with the ever-changing rules pertaining to COVID-19 and workers’ compensation. If you are a first responder or essential worker who has contracted COVID-19 from work, contact Todd to discuss your legal options.

Out of the courtroom, Todd is actively involved in the local community, dedicating his time to many educational and charitable organizations, and coaching high school students in mock trial competitions.

Having just finished his second term as President of the Congregation’s Men’s Club and Member of the Executive Committee, Todd was recently asked to serve as Vice President of Education for the Congregation in its next term.

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