Mr. Herbert is a savvy lawyer at Krentsel and Guzman, LLP. He has taken in numerous six figure verdicts in motor vehicle and premise liability personal injury cases. He earned his Juris Doctorate at the University of Delaware and Touro Law Center, and has since been a passionate proponent for injured plaintiffs.
Medical malpractice refers to injuries that occur as a result of the negligence committed by one or more medical professionals. This most cases, malpractice infers bring a lawsuit against a physician, however nurses and/or other medical providers can be held accountable as well.
Mr. Herbert is a lawyer dedicated to improving the lives of personal injury victims by obtaining justice. Guided by great legal intuition, he represents his clients with unparalleled understanding, compassion, and empathy. He aggressively fights for your rights.
Injured as the result of a property owner’s negligence? Do you have a case/claim based on a person slipping, tripping, or falling on a premises you don’t own? Was the property owner negligent in allowing some dangerous condition to exist that caused your injury?
The state of New York allows you to step outside the no-fault system and bring about a personal injury lawsuit in the event of serious harm. If you are involved in an accident that resulted in physical or psychological trauma, please contact Attorney Herbert for more information.
Errors in diagnosis, treatment, or illness management by a medical professional (physician, nurse, psychologist, ect.) that lead to injury.
Brachial Plexus, Cerebral Palsy, Spina Bifida, resulting from improper obstetric, prenatal, or neonatal care. This includes misguided use of forceps.
A Person who is in possession of land or premises responsible for certain injuries suffered by persons who are present on the premises.
In the event a persons death can be attributed to the negligence or misconduct of another individual, company, or entity.
Physical or mental injuries sustained by an operator, passenger, or pedestrian resulting from traffic incidents and/or collisions.
Injuries, physicial/mental illnesses, and or diseases that occur during the course of work and the failure to ensure employee safety.