LAKE SUCCESS, N.Y., May 10, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Verdict Search, a division of ALM Media, the nation's leading publisherof verdict and settlement news and research just released their newest publication analyzing legal industry verdicts, the TOP NEW YORK VERDICTS of 2010. This prestigious list, which ranks the highest obtained verdicts from all of New
According to James B. Baydar, Esq. of Pegalis & Erickson, the list identifies the major jury verdicts over a year long period and gives special distinction and recognition to the attorneys who have achieved extraordinary results for their clients.
"It is an honor to be included in the top verdict list," said Steven E. Pegalis, Senior Partner. Acknowledging his firm's experienced and dedicated legal professionals, he stated, "At Pegalis & Erickson we distinguish our legal practice by devoting ourselves to patient safety and pursuing the rights of individuals injured as a result of careless and negligent medical treatment. Although monetary awards cannot change the medical outcome, compensation does allow those injured to have a better quality of life."
About Pegalis & Erickson, LLC
Pegalis & Erickson, LLC is a Long Island based firm dedicated to representing individuals and their families that have been seriously injured as a result of medical negligence not only in New York State but nationally. A voice and advocate for patient safety, our core philosophy is to achieve justice for injured patients. To that end, we promote safe medical practices by holding those responsible for negligent care accountable for the injuries they cause.
The entire listing of Verdict Search's TOP NY VERDICTS OF 2010 across all practice areas and regions can be found online at: http://www.verdictsearch.com/index.jsp?do=top100
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