Phillip Hosang obtains a defense verdict in New York County

Congratulations to Phillip Hosang and his trial team on another defense verdict for an ARFD client in New York County! Phillip successfully defended the physician against claims of causing injury to the popliteal artery during bilateral total knee replacement surgery.

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Amelia Choyne moderates round table at the Women in Law & Leadership NYC Summit

On November 14, 2018, Amelia Choyne moderated a round table discussion on the issue of “Networking and Promoting Yourself” at the Women in Law & Leadership Summit, hosted by CenterForce USA in New York City.

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Phil Lerner and Kevin Denaro get DV in birth injury case in Kings County

Congratulations to Philip Lerner, Kevin Denaro and their litigation team for a defense verdict in Kings County this week. The plaintiff contended that her labor was induced prior to her due date without medical indication, resulting in various physical injuries to the plaintiff-mother, as well as neurological, developmental and respiratory injuries to the infant-plaintiff. This verdict is the 42nd defense or directed verdict for an ARFD client since 2012.

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ARFD once again recognized by U.S. News – Best Lawyers® as a “Best Law Firm”!

Aaronson Rappaport has once again been recognized by U.S. News – Best Lawyers® as a Tier 2 National “Best Law Firm,” as well as a New York City Tier 1 “Best Law Firm” in Medical Malpractice, Product Liability Litigation, Personal Injury Litigation and Health Care Law. What some our clients have said about ARFD: Health Care Law:   Aaronson Rappaport is a responsive, knowledgeable, and broad based firm. Personal Injury Litigation -Defendants:  Aaronson Rappaport Feinstein and Deutsch is a very unique firm for New York. Their cost structure is highly favorable, yet we get the service of a much larger law firm.

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Nick Marotta obtains another defense verdict for an ARFD client

Congratulations to Nick Marotta and his trial team for achieving another defense verdict for an ARFD client! The lawsuit, venued in New York County, focused on the issue of an intestinal perforation more than one week after surgery. The plaintiff contended that this perforation was missed during the initial surgery. Nick demonstrated that the perforation was as a result of a small, unrecognizable serosal tear to the wall of the intestine that broke down over time, leading to a perforation that was not present at time of the initial surgery. Well done!

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