Anthony Gair, Howard Hershenhorn and Ben Rubinowitz are among the 15 attorneys that have been selected by Forbes Advisor as Best Personal Injury Lawyers in New York City in 2022.
It is an honor for our Personal Injury Law Firm to have multiple attorneys listed in such a prestigious and reliable list. The Forbes editorial team is completely independent and uses strict methodologies to create their “best” rankings.
Ben Rubinowitz, our managing partner, recently secured the highest pain and suffering award ever in NY State history. During his three decades of practice Ben has won 28 verdicts in excess of one million dollars and more than 180 million-dollar settlements. He also lectures all over the country and writes a column for the New York Law Journal on trial advocacy. Ben has been voted “Lawyer of the Year” 4 times by Best Lawyers in America. He served as Chair of the Board of the National Institute for Trial Advocacy and belongs to multiple prestigious organizations including the Inner Circle of Advocates.
For more than 40 years, our senior partner Anthony Gair has been winning multiple multi-million dollars verdicts ands settlements for his clients. He was voted twice “Product Liability Lawyer of the Year in NYC” By Best Lawyers in America. He has been writing and lecturing about personal injury, construction accidents, medical malpractice and product liability for decades. He is recognized as one of the best attorneys in New York City. Anthony Gair is also involved in civil rights work and represented the family of Amadou Diallo.
Howard Hershenhorn is a senior partner and has long been recognized as a top trial lawyer having obtained a record setting personal injury verdict of $85 million. Howard was also voted “Personal Injury Lawyer of the Year in NYC” by Best Lawyers in America in 202o and a top 100 lawyer in the entire state. He’s also an adjunct professor at Brooklyn Law School teaching a practical seminar in personal injury and medical malpractice for the last 12 years.
The Forbes ranking can be found here