“Weinstein & Wisser, P.C. is a boutique litigation law firm with nineteen years experience practicing law and a strong reputation in the legal community. Thanks to having a deep understanding of the human anatomy, and a good working knowledge of many different medical procedures, we are able to provide expert legal representation both for victims of medical malpractice and auto accidents.”
The West Hartford, Connecticut law firm of Weinstein & Wisser, P.C., is dedicated to providing expert legal representation for medical negligence and auto accident cases. Attorney Kerry Marc Wisser, peer-selected as a Connecticut “Super Lawyer” – voted one of the top 5 percent of all attorneys in the state – is also certified as a Civil Trial Advocate by the national Board of Trial Advocacy. He has over 20 years of experience litigating medical malpractice cases as well as providing legal solutions for individuals and families suffering from emotional and economic damages resulting from any of the following:
- Medical Malpractice
- Traumatic Brain Injury
- Birth Injury
- Anesthesia Negligence
- Medication Errors
- Emergency Room Errors
- Cosmetic Surgery Malpractice
- Misdiagnosis/Failure to Diagnose
At the West Hartford law firm of Weinstein & Wisser, P.C., located in Hartford County, but also serving New Haven, Middlesex, New London and Litchfield Counties, every auto accident case and medical malpractice case is personally reviewed and carefully evaluated by Kerry Wisser and a carefully chosen network of specialists. These specialists may include medical experts, engineers, doctors and other evaluation professionals. Attorney Wisser proves that hard work and dedication, attention to detail and creativity is the foundation to every successful settlement or verdict achieved, and this theory can be verified by reviewing the firm’s litigation results:
- Misdiagnosis of thyroid cancer in 35 year old woman. Settlement – $1.5 million dollars.
- Improper administration of glucose medication to infant for lengthy period of time resulting in cognitive impairment. Structured settlement with lifetime payout in excess of $14 million dollars.
- Administration of anti-coagulant to man who had just had back surgery resulting in bleeding from the incision site. This was then sutured closed causing pressure on the spine (Cauda Equina Syndrome) resulting in partial paralysis. Structured settlement with lifetime payout in excess of $4 million dollars. Additional funds were paid to the client’s wife for loss of consortium.
- Women killed by teenage drunken driver at an intersection. Full payment of tortfeasor’s policy for $100,000 and full payment of underinsured motorist policy of $650,000. Then I sued the Taste of Hartford, which was the event where the teen was provided alcohol even though he was underage. That case settled for an additional $250,000.
- Teenager ejected from SUV in a rollover accident. Structured settlement with lifetime payout in excess of $4 million dollars.
If you or a loved one have been a victim of medical malpractice, or have been in an auto accident in Hartford, Connecticut, or the surrounding cities and counties of Hartford, Connecticut, please contact medical malpractice Attorney Kerry Wisser at (888) 249-3189, or complete the contact form on this site to begin your free consultation with an experienced medical malpractice lawyer.
Recipient of the American Jurisprudence Award for Evidence. Member, 1983-1985 and Associate Editor, 1984-1985 of the University of Bridgeport Law Review. (Board Certified Civil Trial Advocate by the National Board of Trial Advocacy)
New York, New York, November 16, 1960
1985, Connecticut and Pennsylvania; 1986, U.S. District Court, District of Connecticut; 1992, U.S. Court of Appeals, Second Circuit; 2000, U.S. Supreme Court
Law School: University of Bridgeport, J.D., 1985; College: Connecticut College, B.A., 1982
Connecticut, Pennsylvania and American Bar Associations; Connecticut Trial Lawyers Association; The Association of Trial Lawyers of America.
Selected as a "Super Laywer" in Connecticut Magazine for February 2006