Skilled Attorneys For Physicians Accused Of Malpractice
The experienced trial lawyers of Thorn Gershon Tymann and Bonanni, LLP, have been involved in professional liability and medical malpractice defense since the early 1970s. Even prior to the law firm’s founding, its founding partners were actively defending physicians. To date, the firm has successfully defended hundreds of physicians facing medical negligence lawsuits and suspension of their professional licenses.
Representing Doctors In Failure To Diagnose Cases
From our offices in Albany, Saratoga Springs and Lake Placid, our attorneys provide legal defense counsel for doctors, surgeons and medical insurance companies, corporate entities, hospitals and licensed professionals facing litigation and licensure revocation in New York and throughout the New England states. Call us toll free at 518-464-6770 or contact our offices by email to arrange an initial consultation with one of our New York physician malpractice defense lawyers.
The firm takes pride in having attorneys with a thorough understanding of not only the legal, but also the medical aspects of medical negligence cases. Throughout their decades of experience, our attorneys have gained an intimate knowledge of the medical profession, surgical procedures, medical devices, diagnostic procedures and professional practices as well as the law applicable to those issues.
- Oral surgeons
- Skilled nursing facilities
- Nurses and nurse practitioners
- Physician assistants
Members of our team have been listed among the Best Lawyers In America and our senior partners are all proud members of the American Board of Trial Advocates. Martindale-Hubbell has awarded our firm the highest AV Preeminent* rating for ethical standards and legal ability. We practice with integrity and our lawyers have earned a positive reputation among our satisfied clients and professional colleagues.
More Than 25 Years Of Medical Malpractice And License Revocation Defense | AV Preeminent Rating
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