MEDICAL MALPRACTICE

You have no room for error when it comes to your health.

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AUTOMOBILE NEGLIGENCE

Another driver’s failures should not derail your life.
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NURSING HOME NEGLECT AND ABUSE

Your loved one deserves care and compassion in their time of need.

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PREMISES LIABILITY

A dangerous condition on someone else’s property should not cause you injury.
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STUDENT ADVOCACY

Everyone at school should follow the rules.

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WHO I AM

I am a fierce advocate. I am focused on details. I am committed to making tomorrow better than today. I care about your family and your needs. I listen to the whole story. I stand beside you. I am ready for the fight of your life.

You never asked to be in this place. You followed the rules. You built a life for yourself and your family. You were once someone else. Your loved one had a whole life to live. Now it all seems dark. It is not about the money. It is about someone accepting responsibility for what has happened. It is about recognizing loss. It is about finding closure. It is about finding a way to move forward.

I became an attorney because someone else’s negligence caused my family member injury. I became an attorney because that negligence changed our life together. It changed who I am. I became an attorney because I am a mother and see that our children need us to advocate for them when they cannot yet advocate for themselves. I am an attorney because only when you have walked in these shoes can you recognize why the case in front of you is not just any case. It is your life. I look forward to meeting you and discussing ways tomorrow can be better for you and your family.

EDUCATION

B.A., University of Rochester
J.D., Syracuse University College of Law

AWARDS

  • Up and Coming Attorney (2010)
  • Super Lawyers Rising Star: Plaintiff’s Medical Malpractice (2013-2017)
  • Top Women in Law (2015)
  • National Trial Lawyers Top
    40 Under 40 Trial Lawyers (2015-2017)
  • Democrat & Chronicle,
    Woman to Watch (2016)

NYSBA

New York State Academy of Trial Lawyers

AAJ

Super Lawyers

The National Trial Lawyers

NEWS FOR YOU

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ADHD stands for attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder. It is a brain disorder that is characterized by an ongoing pattern of inattention or hyperactivity and impulsivity that interferes with daily functioning. On June 12, 2017, the Journal of the American Medical Association Pediatrics published a study that found that adolescents with ADHD were 36% more likely than other adolescent drivers to get into a car accident.

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