For 20 years, Bernstein Liebhard LLP has exclusively represented injured plaintiffs in complex individual and class action lawsuits throughout the United States. Located in New York, the Firm has 25 lawyers, plus in-house investigators and trained paralegals, who have worked together to recover over $3.5 billion for our clients.  The Firm and its lawyers have been extensively recognized as national leaders in our bar for injured victims.  Among other things, The National Law Journal has named Bernstein Liebhard one of the top plaintiffs’ litigation firms in the country for 13 years.  The respected legal guide, Martindale-Hubbell, has also given Bernstein Liebhard its highest ratings for legal ability (A) and ethical standards (V).  In addition, five of our partners were named New York Super Lawyers in 2012.  Only five percent of the lawyers in New York are named by Super Lawyers.

Bernstein Liebhard’s trial attorneys represent victims who have been injured by dangerous drugs, defective medical devices and consumer products.  They have successfully represented consumers against large multi-national corporations, medical device companies, pharmaceutical companies, consumer product manufacturers, automobile manufacturers, construction contractors, hospitals, airlines and other negligent organizations.  In 2013, for example, one of the Firm’s partner attorneys served on a trial team that recovered over $11 million for the Plaintiff in the nation’s first trial involving an Ethicon pelvic mesh lawsuit.  Our goal is to focus on your legal needs so that you and your family can focus on what is immediately important to you, which in most cases is medical treatment, recovery, caring for your family and continuing on with your life.

To learn more about the accomplishments of the Firm and its attorneys, including the accolades we’ve earned from judges, recoveries made on behalf of our clients, and other Firm news, including our legal team’s many awards and recognitions, please follow the links below:

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