One of our law firm’s specialties is the defense of medical malpractice litigation. Over the years, our attorneys have developed an expertise in defending physicians, other medical care providers, and hospitals. Our firm provides services for medical care providers insured by CNA, Academic Health Professionals Insurance Association, MLMIC Insurance Company, MedPro/Princeton Insurance Company and Physicians Reciprocal Insurers. In addition, our firm provides services to hospitals including New York-Presbyterian Hospital, New York Presbyterian-Brooklyn Methodist Hospital, NYU Langone Medical Center, Long Island Community Hospital, Peconic Bay Medical Center, Nassau University Medical Center, NYU Winthrop Hospital and Catholic Health Services of Long Island institutions.
It is our belief that through our representation of both self-insured and insured clients, our attorneys have developed a flexible, responsive, personalized approach to the practice of law that benefits our clients in providing excellent service coupled with excellent results.
It has become apparent to health care providers that the costs associated with medical malpractice claims are substantial. In some instances, this cost represents as much as 10% of a hospital’s budget. Sophisticated health care providers have come to recognize that in order to meet the problems associated with the medical malpractice situation, it is necessary to secure the services of a law firm not only well experienced in such matters, but one which also has the resources necessary to provide outstanding representation. Our attorneys and support staff work tirelessly to maintain the trust and confidence of our clients and carriers.
KERRI E. LEVY, ESQ. was granted a dismissal in a medical malpractice action assigned to Supreme Court Justice Thomas F. Whelan.
Stephen E. Rach II obtains verdict in a medical malpractice case in Supreme Court Suffolk County.
Stephen E. Rach II, Partner, obtains a defense verdict in a recent medical malpractice case in Supreme Court, Suffolk County before Hon. W. Gerard Asher.