Soberman & Rosenberg was founded in 1991 by Arthur H. Rosenberg, Esq. and Alan R. Soberman, Esq. We are dedicated to representing plaintiffs in complex litigation in a compassionate, understanding and professional manner. The firm is a leader in the representation of victims in all types of aviation accidents including commercial, general aviation, private and business aircraft.
The firm is also known for handling all types of personal injury and wrongful death cases involving products liability, medical malpractice, construction and transportation accidents. The firm is actively engaged in commercial litigation, tax law, wills, trusts and estates.
The firm’s legal and professional expertise provides the knowledge required to successfully meet the challenges of complex litigation. One of the firm’s partners is a former program manager and design engineer for a major aerospace corporation who performed significant engineering work on the Space Shuttle, Navy F-14, A-6 and other aircraft and holds a commercial pilot’s license with instrument ratings.
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About Author Rosenberg:
ARTHUR H. ROSENBERG is a partner with the firm. He is a well-respected litigator and trial attorney with more than 20 years of experience. He concentrates his practice in the field of aviation, products liability, medical malpractice and transportation tort litigation.
Prior to entering private practice, Mr. Rosenberg was a program manager and engineer for a major aerospace corporation. In this capacity, he performed design engineering for aerospace vehicles including preliminary, detail and conceptual design work. Mr. Rosenberg was involved with and made many substantial contributions to well-known projects including the Space Shuttle, F-14, A6 and other Navy and experimental aircraft. As a program manager, he directed program and project activities. Mr. Rosenberg also holds a commercial pilots license with instrument ratings.
Prior to becoming a partner with Soberman & Rosenberg, he practiced aviation law in New York City with the law firm of Kreindler & Kreindler. Mr. Rosenberg left his New York City practice to start Soberman and Rosenberg with his partner Alan Soberman. Mr. Rosenberg successfully combines his substantial aviation, engineering and technical background with extensive litigation and trial experience. He has served on plaintiff liability committees in aviation mass disaster litigation including the Air Florida Litigation involving the crash of a Boeing 737 into the 14th Street Bridge in Washington, D.C., Air Canada Litigation involving the in-flight fire of a DC-9 airplane near Covington, Kentucky and others. He was actively involved in and represented families and victims of the World Trade Center disaster and victims in the TWA Flight 800 and Swissair disasters. He has successfully prosecuted numerous lawsuits against manufacturers of general aviation aircraft and commercial airliners in the United States. Many of his efforts have resulted in design changes to aircraft and airline procedures to prevent future accidents.
Mr. Rosenberg is a member of the Nassau County Bar Association (Chairman, 1993-1995; Vice-Chairman, 1991-1992, Aviation Law Committee), New York State and American Bar Associations; The Association of Trial Lawyers of America; American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics; New York State Trial Lawyers Association; Lawyers Pilot Bar Association; Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association, A.O.P.A.