Expertise Mr. Kipnis's practice focuses primarily on construction law, complex... more
Expertise Mr. Kipnis's practice focuses primarily on construction law, complex commercial litigation, government and internal investigations, and legal compliance and risk management issues in doing business abroad. He helps companies successfully litigate design and construction defect claims, delay claims, disputes over insurance coverage, as well as matters involvinggovernment c... view profile
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Welcome. Thank you for considering me. I hope you find this information helpful. Living with a spinal cord injury and spinal cord surgery has given me a unique perspective on spinal cord cases. Additionally, I have spent a lot of time researching and litigating brain injury cases. I also have considerable experience with herniated disc, vertebral fracture, facet joint and failed back surgery ... view profile
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