Address: 184 Atlantic Street, stamford, CT, 06901
Law Firm: Silver Golub & Teitell LLP
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|Areas of Practice||Catastrophic Injury, Medical Malpractice, Civil Litigation, Complex Litigation, Personal Injury, Commercial Litigation, Negligence, Products Liability, Sexual Abuse, Civil Rights, Trial Practice, Brain Injury, Head Injury, Spinal Injury, Accidents, Motor Vehicle Accidents and Injuries|
|Description||HONORS & AWARDS: Listed, Best Lawyers in America, Personal Injury Litigation; Listed, Connecticut Super Lawyer, Connecticut Magazine, 2006-; Listed, New England Super Lawyer, New England Super Lawyers Magazine, 2006-; Named, one of Connecticut’s ‘Dozen Attorneys Who Made a Difference’ Connecticut Law Tribune, 2011; Peer Rated, AV Preeminent, Martindale-Hubbell, highest possible rating in legal ability and ethical standards; Listed, Top 100 Trial Lawyers in State of Connecticut, The National Trial Lawyers, 2008-; Awarded, President’s Award, Brain Injury Alliance of Connecticut (formerly the Brain Injury Association of Connecticut), highest honor awarded by the Alliance for outstanding contributions to brain injury community, 2011. COMMUNITY: Member, Board of Directors, Brain Injury Alliance of Connecticut, 2006- (President, Board of Directors, 2008-2011; Vice President, Board of Directors, 2006-2008, 2011-present); Member, Graduate Committee for Master’s Degree Candidate, Graduate Faculty, Department of Family Studies, University of New Hampshire, 2009. ARTICLES: Author, Book Chapter, ‘Climbing the Malpractice Mountain: A Survey of Challenges in the Modern Medical Negligence Lawsuit,’ INSIDE THE MINDS: REPRESENTING PLAINTIFFS IN MEDICAL MALPRACTICE CASES, Aspatore, 2012; Author, ‘Evaluating an Attorney’s Expertise,’ Brainwaves Magazine, Brain Injury Alliance of Connecticut, July 2012; Author, ‘Brain Injury and the Law: A Primer for Survivors and Families,’ Making Strides Magazine, Brain Injury Association of Connecticut, July 2010; Author, ‘Flying Blind: The Ramifications of Hamilton v. USAA,’ by Paul Slager and Amanda Whitman, The Forum, Winter 2010; Author, ‘Tackling Head Trauma: the Concussion Problem in Sports,’ Sports Litigation Alert, March 2009; Author, ‘Legal Recourse After Brain Injury: Issues for Consideration,’ Making Strides Magazine, Brain Injury Association of Connecticut, 2008; Author, ‘Shutting Down Objectionable Conduct,’ CTLA Forum, Spring 2006. RECENT PRESENTATIONS: Presenter, ‘Institutional Policy and Family Victimization’ session, International Family Violence and Child Victimization Research Conference, Portsmouth, New Hampshire, Summer 2010; Speaker, ‘Lights.Camera.Action: the Costs and Benefits of Videotaping Depositions in Connecticut,’ Winning Deposition Techniques Continuing Legal Education Seminar, Orange, Connecticut, Spring 2010; Speaker, ‘Proving Brain Injury Through Lay Witnesses,’ Fundamentals of Brain Trauma in New York Legal Education Seminar, New York, New York, Fall 2008; Speaker, ‘Making Invisible Brain Injuries Visible,’ Recognizing & Proving the Invisible Injury Legal Education Seminar, Orange, Connecticut, Spring 2008; Speaker, ‘Federal Practice Nuts and Bolts,’ Spring 2007, New Haven, Connecticut; Presenter, ‘Proving Brain Injury Through Lay Witnesses,’ Fundamentals of Brain Trauma Conference, Fall 2007, New York, New York; Speaker, ‘Evidentiary Issues that Arise at Trial Without Notice,’ Fall 2006, New Haven, Connecticut.|
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