About Our Firm

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After a traumatic and devastating injury or the death of a loved one, you feel that everything around you is in upheaval. Who do you call? What do you do? To whom do you turn? The first steps you take and those taken on your behalf will dramatically affect the compensation and monetary award that you and your loved ones expect, need and are entitled to under the laws which are in place to protect you.

Mr. Perlman and Mr. Rosen are very unique in that their practice, reputation and ongoing wide success during the last thirty years is purely the result of their very own personal involvement and dedication to anybody who becomes a client of theirs. Every case in the office is personally prepared and handled directly by Mr. Rosen and Mr. Perlman from the onset to completion. We personally prepare all of the legal documents throughout the prosecution of every case in our office. We don’t rely on others to do our work. If a trial is necessary because an insurance company fails to negotiate fairly and reasonably, Mr. Perlman will tenaciously and vigorously try the case to verdict in order to receive full justice on behalf of all office clients as he has done for over 30 years. It is our belief that there is no substitute for the experience, insight and discipline of a seasoned trial attorney who has been tested time and again in the courtroom. This is precisely why the partners and not a paralegal or junior attorney can be found in the office many a night and weekend planning and preparing trial and case strategy. Their ability to simplify the complexities of medical and liability issues in the courtroom has repeatedly paid off for their clients.

Their tenacity and relentless pursuit to right the wrongs committed against their clients has been rewarded inside and outside the courtroom with verdicts and settlements exceeding millions of dollars in a variety of personal injury and malpractice cases defended by large insurance companies and their lawyers. They are no strangers to cases where liability is difficult to prove. Whether it was the $1.25 million recovered for the victim of a shooting in front of a downtown movie theater, the $3 million for the victim of the subway train accident where the defense claimed the victim had attempted suicide, or the substantial settlement (confidentiality agreement) of a wrongful death medical malpractice action where the defense claimed that the failure to diagnose a rare illness should be excusable, they refuse to back down in the pursuit of full justice.

Our philosophy is that “Our clients’ voices need to be heard and their stories need to be told so that their pain, suffering and any other losses can be truly understood. This is especially true in a world which has become more impersonal, indifferent, and less sympathetic to personal tragedy and human suffering. We understand and we’re here to help you. Moreover, we’re ready to fight for you.”