Gordon & Silber, P.C. is a full service midsize defense litigation law firm with more than 35 attorneys.  We specialize in appellate, automobile, construction, insurance coverage, medical malpractice, premises, property/subrogation, products, professional liability, professional licensing/misconduct and toxic torts.

G&S was founded in 1974 as a medical malpractice defense firm and today represents physicians on behalf of New York’s major medical malpractice carriers as well as many New York hospitals. Over the years, the firm expanded its practice to include the full breadth of insurance defense litigation.

G&S is counsel to several of the largest general liability insurers, including Chartis, Atlantic Casualty, New York Central Mutual, Travelers and Zurich American.  G&S is also local counsel to numerous institutional clients including the New York Yankees, YMCA of Greater New York, CBRE, Inc. and Patina Restaurant Group, LLC.

G&S represents insureds and insurance carriers in cases involving asbestos, talc, benzene, lead paint, as well as the World Trade Center disaster litigation.

The firm regularly defends clients in New York, Kings (Brooklyn), Bronx, Queens, Richmond, Nassau, Suffolk, Westchester, Rockland, and Orange Counties.

G&S also represents clients in northern New Jersey (Hudson, Bergen, Passaic, Essex, Union, Morris, Sussex, Warren, Hunterdon, Somerset, Middlesex, Monmouth and Mercer Counties).

Recent Results

Jon Lichtenstein Obtains Pre-Discovery Dismissal of Infant’s Claim in the Bronx
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Ed Dondes Obtains Defense Verdict in Brain Damaged Baby Case for Neonatologist and Pediatricianin
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Ed Dondes Obtains Trial Verdict on behalf of Surgeon in Bronx County Medical Malpractice Action
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Sandy Gold Obtains Trial Verdict on Behalf of Ophthalmologist
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Wayne Cousin Lectured at the Seventh Annual Advanced Phacoemulsification Course at NYEE
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Dawn Adelson and Christina Kaouris Lecture The New York Breast Imaging Society
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