The New York Personal Injury Law Firm Gair, Gair, Conason, Rubinowitz, Bloom, Hershenhorn, Steigman & Mackauf is proud to announce that 11 of its lawyers were named Super Lawyers, including 2 in the top 100, and 3 were named Rising Stars.
Marijo Adimey, Jeffrey Bloom, Seymour Boyers, Diana Carnemolla, Anthony Gair, Howard Hershenhorn, Jerome Katz, Stephen Mackauf, Ben Rubinowitz, Peter Saghir and Richard Steigman were all named 2017 New York Metro Super Lawyers. Additionally managing partner, Ben Rubinowitz, and senior partner Jeffrey Bloom were both selected in the top 100 2017 New York Metro Super Lawyers. Christopher Donadio, Rachel Jacobs and Allen Zachary were named 2017 New York Metro Rising Stars.
Over the last 12 years, no other personal injury law firm in New York City has had that many lawyers named Super Lawyers. 7 senior partners have been nominated for 12 consecutive years. All our attorneys have accumulated phenomenal experience in the field of personal injury litigation. They have developed extensive expertise in areas such as car accidents, construction accidents, labor law, medical malpractice and product liability.
In the last 10 years alone, Gair, Gair, Conason, Rubinowitz, Bloom, Hershenhorn, Steigman & Mackauf impressive track record includes more than 450 cases resulting in verdicts or settlements exceeding $1 million. Among the most notable awards were $103 million for a child who sustained brain damage at birth; $90 million for a child with cerebral palsy resulting from birth injuries; $27.5 million for a pedestrian struck by a bus; $26 million for a pedestrian struck by a truck; $17 million for a young man disabled after a failed medical diagnosis; $16 million for a construction worker injured when he fell from a scaffold; and $14 million on behalf of tenants injured by a pipe explosion due to Con Edison negligence. While the firm's team of legal and medical experts cannot replace what has been lost through personal injury or death, they can—and do—help restore a life of dignity and financial independence to victims and their families.