Christopher Major


Christopher Major is Partner in the general litigation department at Lois Law Firm.

Prior to LOIS, Christopher practiced in the areas of New Jersey workers’ compensation claims and personal injury lawsuits. Since joining LOIS, Christopher has engaged in a wide array of practice areas including defending workers’ compensation carriers and self-insureds in claims before the New York State Workers’ Compensation Board. In addition to coordinating defense efforts with LOIS attorneys in related workers’ compensation claims, Christopher defends the interests of carriers and self-insureds in general liability claims including civil first-party defense in all personal injury, construction accident and motor vehicle accident negligence suits.

Christopher also protects and enforces the rights of carriers and self-insureds in all subrogation-related actions, including prosecuting subrogated actions in civil court under New Jersey Workers’ Compensation Statute Section 40 (N.J.S.A. 34:15-40) and New York Workers’ Compensation Law Section 29, asserting statutory demands for reimbursement under Section 40 and Section 29, litigating intercompany loss transfer in motor vehicle accident claims pursuant to New York Insurance Law Section 5105, and defending workers’ compensation carriers and self-insureds in New York HIMP-1 reimbursement requests.

  • Curriculum Vitae


  • The College of New Jersey, B.A., 2012
  • Seton Hall University School of Law, J.D., 2015

Bar Admissions

  • New Jersey
  • New York


  • Recipient of Chancellor Law Scholarship, Best Brief Author in Appellate Advocacy Class
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Download The New York Risk Transfer Handbook by Christopher Major

New for 2022, Chris Major has written the “New York Risk Transfer Handbook" which he describes as "an effort to present to you, the curious claims professional, supervisor, manager, risk transfer or recovery specialist, or even fellow lawyer, just how subrogation makes sense in the context of your claims.”

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