Want a medical malpractice lawyer who can write well and persuasively? Who thinks beyond the day-to-day grinding out of his cases? Who writes a law blog that is now included in Feedspot's Top 40 New York Law Blogs? Then you want Andrew Barovick, principal author of the New York Medical Malpractice Law Blog.
Andrew Barovick values his community, and proves it by giving back. He has served as a Reading Buddy for White Plains second graders who need after-school reading help. He and his staff members have spent evenings at local food pantries packing food to be delivered to homebound Westchester residents in need. He arranged for his former law firm to collect cast off shoes for SolesForSouls, which distributed them to underserved children. He regularly volunteers his time as a mock trial judge for law students.
In his more-than-25-year career as a lawyer, Andrew Barovick has defended doctors and hospitals in medical malpractice cases, and has prosecuted actions against them on behalf of his clients, as he does today. He has tried multiple cases in his practice areas, and has written and argued appeals of them when necessary. He has written Continuing Legal Education programs with his colleagues, and presented them to other lawyers. And he has taught trial advocacy to law students.