True Crime & Law Podcast
Nov. 8, 2022

The Day Tiffany Valiante Disappeared ⚖️

Welcome back to the NJ Criminal Podcast, and part 1 in this series. ⚖️ Attorney Paul D’Amato describes in detail what happened on July 12, 2015, the day that Tiffany Valiante was struck and killed by a NJ Transit train near her home in Mays Landing, NJ.  Paul shares that the Valiante family has maintained all along that Tiffany Valiante did not commit suicide on July 12, 2015.  Meg and Paul then trace the path that Tiffany traveled the night she died, as indicated by the bloodhound.

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Paul D' Amato


Paul R. D’Amato focuses his practice on representing victims of all types of accidents, including construction, products liability and pharmaceutical litigation. For more than 3 decades he has been representing accident victims. Paul represents plaintiffs in Federal and County Courts across the State of New Jersey.

He is a member of the American Association for Justice. Paul has received numerous awards for community service and has been honored in New Jersey Magazine as one of the top Plaintiff Personal Injury Attorneys. He was also awarded the AAJ Award for Monumental Efforts. He was also the Mayor of the City of Linwood and New Jersey State Assemblyman for the Second District of New Jersey.

Paul was born in Atlantic City and was raised there until the age of 6, at which time his parents, Willie and Grace D’Amato, moved to Margate. He graduated from Blessed Sacrament School in 1960, Atlantic City High School in 1965, Mount St. Mary’s College in 1969 and Georgetown University Law School in 1974.

Since 1970 he has been married to his wife Sandi. They have three children – Alexa, his law partner; Ava, who graduated from LaSalle University and Villanova University Law School; and Ashley, who graduated from the University of Pennsylvania and Rutgers School of Law. He is also a card-carrying member of Iron Workers Local 399.