Ken is a founding partner of Berman, Sobin, Gross, Feldman & Darby LLP
(http://www.bsgfdlaw.com/about-us). From Workers Compensation cases (http://www.bsgfdlaw.com/workers-compensation-blog) small and large, to multi-million dollar Personal Injury trials, Ken advocates, and consistently achieves winning results, for his clients.
Ken has been instrumental in the passage of many pieces of legislation that have expanded the rights of fire fighters (http://www.bsgfdlaw.com/workers-compensation-blog/berman-sobin-gross-feldman-darby-llp-celebrates-25-years) as well as other injured workers. He testifies regularly before the state legislature in Annapolis on pending Workers' Compensation laws. He served on the Maryland Governor's Study Commission on Workers' Compensation Legislation and was Chairman of the Workers' Compensation section of the Maryland Association of Justice.
In Medical Malpractice cases in Maryland, DC and Virginia, Ken has advocated creatively and received extremely favorable results for his clients with respect to the following circumstances:
· Surgical fires
· Cardiac catheterizations
· Misdiagnosis of cancer (http://www.bsgfdlaw.com/cases-we-handle/medical-malpractice/misdiagnosis-of-cancer)
· Failure to diagnose bowel obstruction
· Surgical errors (http://www.bsgfdlaw.com/cases-we-handle/medical-malpractice/surgical-errors)
· Decubitus ulcers
· Nursing home negligence (http://www.bsgfdlaw.com/cases-we-handle/personal-injury/nursing-home-negligence)
· Failure to prevent suicide and other psychiatric matters
Ken has given numerous highly acclaimed seminars and lectures to noted organizations, including the International Association of Fire Fighters' Unions; the Fraternal Orders of Police, municipal and county organizations, including Fire, Police and Sheriffs' departments throughout the state of Maryland, DC and Virginia as well as a variety of Public safety groups. In 2014, Ken was the keynote speaker at the Maryland Workers' Compensation Educational Association Conference celebrating 100 years of the Workers' Compensation Act in the state. Ken has lectured extensively to the vocational rehabilitation organizations.
|George Washington University National Law Center||JD - Juris Doctor||1981|
|University of Rochester||BA - Bachelor of Arts||1978|
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