NY Medical Malpractice & Personal Injury Trial Lawyer
If a Lawyer Isnt On Trial, What the Heck Does He Do All Day?
Reply to requests for documents by defense lawyers
Answer letters from adversaries
Speak to existing clients
Meet with new prospective clients
Speak to experts who have reviewed a case
Prepare a case for trial
Prepare documents to start a lawsuit
Prepare discovery requests (requests for documents)
Make a motion; this is where the attorney formally asks the judge to take action and force the defendant to do something
Try to settle a case
Meet new referral sources including other attorneys who may refer cases in the future (generate new business)
Take steps to market their law firm; write a blog post, write an article, create an educational video
Give legal advice to existing clients
Gerry practices law exclusively in the State of New York. Within New York he practices primarily in the following counties: New York, Brooklyn, Queens, Bronx, Staten Island, Nassau and Suffolk. Technically, Brooklyn is known as "Kings County," and Manhattan and New York City are known as "New York County." Staten Island is known as "Richmond County." These counties make up the New York metropolitan area.