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James Rubinowitz is a personal injury attorney who is devoted to helping our clients obtain justice after suffering catastrophic injury. Mr. Rubinowitz handles all types of cases, including those involving motor vehicle crashes, premises liability, labor law, construction injuries, medical mal practice, product liability, and wrongful death. He is involved in all stages of our clients’ litigation and is passionate about making sure our clients receive full and fair compensation for their injuries. James has assisted in numerous cases that have resulted in large verdicts and settlements, including one that resulted in a $71 million verdict for a woman that was injured after a car crash.
Before joining our firm, Mr. Rubinowitz attended both Emory University and Brooklyn Law School. While at Emory University, Mr. Rubinowitz focused his education on forensic psychology. While completing his degree, he was a research assistant at Emory’s prestigious cognitive psychology lab and conducted studies that help psychologists better understand human reasoning. He was so inspired by his senior thesis research topic, “The Deficits of Eye Witness Testimony in the Court Room”, that Mr. Rubinowitz chose to continue his passion for legal education at Brooklyn Law School. While attending Brooklyn Law School Mr. Rubinowitz found his passion: providing justice for those in need. Following his time at BLS, Mr. Rubinowitz fostered these values by joining a law firm that protected recording artists’ intellectual property rights. Mr. Rubinowitz’s experience in intellectual property law brings a unique perspective to our firm, which has allowed him to excel in all the work he does on behalf of our clients.
As a testament to his skill as a trial attorney, James was asked to lecture to third year law students at Cardozo Law School to demonstrate the intricacies of an opening statement in a Wrongful Death case. The lecture was part of Cardozo’s Intensive Trial Advocacy Program (ITAP), which teaches law students cutting-edge strategies for success in courtroom litigation (see video above).
J.D., Brooklyn Law School, 2016
B.A., Emory University, 2013
Jurisdictions Admitted to PracticeNew York
Lecture / Publication
Demonstration of a Summation, Intensive Trial Advocacy Program (ITAP), Cardozo School of Law, November 2018
The attorneys at Gair, Gair, Conason, Rubinowitz, Bloom, Hershenhorn, Steigman & Mackauf effectively represent clients suffering serious injuries from medical malpractice and accidents, as well as large groups of clients injured in mass tort disasters, such as plane crashes, explosions and fires. Because of the diverse talent and experience of our team, we are able to vigorously represent clients in any personal injury matter.
Our practice areas include, but are not limited to:
Within each of these areas we represent clients on injury claims arising out of a wide range of incidents and accidents. Click any area above to learn more.
Featured Client Review
After my sister and I went through a traumatic accident in 2018 a family friend recommended the James Rubonowitz and I could not be more thankful they did. I had nothing but a great exeperience with Gair, Gair, Conason, Rubinowitz, Bloom, Hershenhorn, Steigman & Mackauf!
James Rubonowitz was there every step of the way with support and guidance for me and my family. He not only helped me with my settlement but also with incoming medical bills and without this help I would have been lost.
I would highly recommend James and his team to anyone in need!!
We serve the following localities: New York City including New York County, Bronx County, Kings County, Queens County, Richmond County, Nassau County, Suffolk County, Westchester County; and Essex County including Newark, East Orange, Bloomfield Township and Maplewood Township.
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