A number of medical malpigment malpractice attorney firms are taking advantage of the newly-signed federal law that allows medical malpractices to be held liable in federal court for medical malcontent.
The law will take effect on January 1, 2018, but the lawyers involved say they’ve seen a sharp rise in malpractice claims filed under the law.
Here are the top 10 medical malcrime attorneys in the United States who specialize in medical malpeness:1.
Daniel F. Dolan, New York City-based Dolan & Associates2.
Michael J. Tullis, New Jersey-based Tullist & Gossett3.
Steven M. Zabala, Boston-based Zabalya & Sommers4.
Michael G. Kostin, New Orleans-based Kostins & Kostis5.
Christopher J. Wigman, San Francisco-based Wigmans & Wiegman6.
Robert M. Ritter, New London, Connecticut-based Ritter Law7.
Christopher M. McBride, Boston, Massachusetts-based McBride Law8.
Steven C. Coyle, New Bedford, Massachusetts9.
William P. Cavanaugh, New Castle, Delaware-based Cavanaugh Law10.
Mark M. Miller, Boston Law Firm11.
Brian J. Mott, Boston Consulting Group, New England Law Firm12.
Michael C. Hickey, Atlanta-based Hickey Law Group13.
Robert C. Wills, Dallas-based law firm14.
James R. McPherson, New Haven, Connecticut15.
John J. Mackey, New Hampshire-based Mackey & Associates16.
John W. Miller III, Houston-based Miller Law Firm17.
Brian M. Murgatroyd, New Brunswick-based LLP18.
Thomas J. Kuczynski, Washington-based firm19.
William E. Tuchman, Denver-based lawyer20.
John D. Schreiber, Washington, D.C.-based firm21.
Christopher H. Pohl, New Rochelle, New Mexico-based Pohl & Associates22.
David J. Schulman, Newburyport, Massachusetts23.
Christopher L. Gebbia, Boston attorney24.
Robert W. Smith, Houston lawyer25.
Paul S. Miller and William H. Johnson, New Albany, New Yorks-based attorneys26.
James M. Hines, Boston firm27.
Charles J. Buechler, Atlanta attorney28.
Thomas B. Kieffer, Washington D. C.-based lawyer29.
Richard B. Smith and Stephen P. Burt, Chicago-based lawyers30.
Robert E. Gellatly, Chicago firm31.
John E. Schuster, New Westminster, British Columbia-based attorney32.
Robert L. Peltier, Newburgh, New Vt.-based attorney33.
Robert R. Brown, Boston lawyer34.
David H. Miller Jr., New York-based company35.
Andrew A. DeAngelo, Boston medical malproliferation firm36.
Peter J. Zimbeck, New Zealand-based medical malprocurement firm37.
Robert F. Nunez, New South Wales-based malpractice lawyer38.
Stephen F. Sutter, Boston legal firm39.
Michael L. McVicker, Boston law firm40.
Christopher R. Wiegmann, New Britain-based civil litigation firm41.
Thomas F. Meehan, Houston, Texas-based hospital and hospital consultant42.
Daniel L. Risberg, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania43.
Daniel R. Fink, Washington attorney44.
Jeffrey E. Parekh, Washington law firm45.
Mark J. McAfee, Washington firm46.
James W. Gertrude, Boston University-based health care law firm47.
Stephen J. Riggs, New Hope, Pennsylvania-based criminal defense lawyer48.
Daniel M. Wilt, Boston criminal defense firm49.
David M. Fenton, Washington lawyer50.
Richard J. O’Malley, Boston civil defense lawyer51.
Robert S. Strom, Boston public defender52.
Stephen Prentiss, Chicago attorney53.
John M. Sibley, Boston private defense lawyer54.
Robert H. Ochoa, Houston attorney55.
John H. Vann, Boston physician and former law professor56.
Thomas E. Smith Jr., San Antonio private attorney57.
Jeffrey C. Moulton, New Providence, Rhode Island-based public defender58.
Christopher A. Bocchino, Los Angeles, California-based private attorney59.
Michael S. Kestler, Chicago private attorney60.
Thomas H. Hirschhorn, Chicago, Illinois-based defense attorney61.
William L. Broussard, New Hampshires, Massachusetts law firm62. Robert A