Super Lawyers Magazine Names Four Bernstein Liebhard Partners
New York-based law firm Bernstein Liebhard LLP has recently had the pleasure of the 2013 Super Lawyers list naming four of its partners amongst the top rated lawyers in the state of New York. Partners Felecia L. Stern, U. Seth Ottensoser, Jeffrey M. Haber and Stanley D. Bernstein have all been named to the 2013 Super Lawyers list in New York.
The Super Lawyers list is not unknown to Bernstein Liebhard LLP. In fact, since 2007, five of its partners have been prestigiously acknowledged; Stanley D. Bernstein was named in 2007-2009 and 2012; Mr. Ottensoser was named in 2010 and 2012 as well as in the Super Lawyers Business Edition in 2011; Mr. Haber was named in 2008-2010 and 2012 as well as in the Super Lawyers Business Edition in 2011; and Jeffrey S. Grand was named a Rising Star in the year 2012.
Only five percent of the lawyers practicing out of New York are named by the magazine. The selections for potential recognition are evaluated by their research team. Super Lawyers uses a multiphase selection process to ensure that each candidate is qualified on numerous levels. Evaluations, peer nominations and third party research are combined and analyzed, and each candidate is evaluated on 12 individual levels of professional achievement and peer recognition.
Super Lawyers can be found at http://www.superlawyers.com.
Our Vaginal Mesh Lawyers Are Reviewing Cases Nationwide
Thousands of women suffer from pelvic organ prolapse (POP) during childbirth or pregnancy. Others may find themselves suffering from stress urinary incontinence in which the body leaks urine during stressful times. Surgeons use transvaginal mesh as a way to treat these conditions, inserting the devices through an incision and attaching them or implanting them to the wall in the vagina.
While vaginal mesh implantation is typically a routine procedure, many women are suffering from complications resulting from the device itself including urinary tract issues, infections, pain, bleeding at the mesh site and local organ damage. If women experience injuries, a removal surgery is often required, a process that may involve numerous surgeries and repair of the prolapse. These treatments may be expensive, painful, time-consuming and risky.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued a safety advisory acknowledging several transvaginal mesh brands and styles. Women who have experienced complications are entitled to seek compensation for lost wages, pain, suffering and relevant and reoccurring medical expenses. The last thing a patient needs to hear is that she is suffering from additional complications that occurred as the result of a defective product; professional transvaginal mesh lawyers can help to sort out the questions that may arise during the legal process.
Need More Information Before Making a Decision?
If you have been fitted with a transvaginal mesh implant and you suffered from complications, you may be entitled to file a claim. Contact the vaginal mesh lawyers at Bernstein Liebhard LLP by calling us at 888-217-3033 or by filling out the free case evaluation form on this page. We will evaluate your case, answer any questions you may have and determine if you are eligible to seek compensation for your injuries.