We are seeing more cases where the office staff of physicians are named in lawsuits. Although most cases involve NP’s and PA’s, non-medical staff has been named as well. Some of these defendants are not insured. Continue reading “Important information for physicians”
Joyce Lipton Rogak authored a chapter about Jury Selection, for the book, “Medical Malpractice in New York,” Fourth Edition. You should read it. It’s both informative and funny.
Rogak, Gibbons & De Siver have obtained numerous Defendant’s verdicts in the major metropolitan areas of New York.
In May of 2017, Joyce Lipton Rogak obtained a defendant’s verdict in a case involving an alleged failure to administer Lovenox to a patient. Continue reading “Defendant’s Verdicts”
Res Ipsa Loquitur and its Expanding Use in Medical Malpractice Cases By Joyce Lipton Rogak, Esq. and David A. Stanigar, Esq. of Rogak & Gibbons, LLP
“Res Ipsa Loquitur.” Three Latin words which strike fear in the hearts of defense attorneys when the jury instruction is charged. Continue reading “Res Ipsa Loquitur and its Expanding Use in Medical Malpractice Cases”
The Appellate Division, Second Department upheld the ruling of Justice O’Donoghue (Supreme Queens), which dismissed a case defended by RG&D, where baby brain damage was alleged. Continue reading “Dismissals Prior To and After Trial”
Rogak and Gibbons recently obtained a favorable decision from the Appellate Division Second Department. David B. De Siver, a partner with the firm, successfully argued the appeal before the Appellate Court on behalf of the firm’s defendant-physician client. Continue reading “RG&D Establishes New Legal Precedents”