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Transvaginal Mesh Lawyer Livingston-New Willard, TX (800) 952-1453 Texas www.verchicklawfirm.com Glenn Verchick is partner and senior trial lawyer in the firm. He exclusively represents plaintiffs in personal injury actions, including medical malpractice, construction site accidents, automobile accidents and general negligence cases. He has obtained several million dollar verdicts for his clients and his success as a trial lawyer is built upon meticulous preparation, well thought out trial strategy and the ability to maintain focus and poise in the heat of battle. The ethical, professional and vigorous representation of his clients in court is his primary concern. He is concerned about the rights of the elderly who reside in nursing homes and rehabilitation centers throughout the state and who, in many instances, do not receive the proper care and attention they deserve and are entitled to by law. He has litigated cases involving he elderly who have sustained preventable falls, wandered or eloped from their facility or have sustained preventable pressure ulcers and bedsores. He is admitted to practice in all the Courts of the State of New York and New Jersey. He is also admitted to Federal Courts in New Jersey and New York. He is the President of the New York State Academy of Trial Lawyers and a member of the Board of Trustees of the Brooklyn Bar Association and the Editor-in Chief of its periodical, The Barrister. He is a member of the Nursing Home Litigation Committee ...
(AP Photo/Mike Graczyk). In a July 30, 2014 photo, condemned inmate Willie Trottie is interviewed in a cell in the prison's visitation room outside death row at the Polunsky Unit, in Livingston, Texas.
A Polk County judge sentenced the Livingston woman who initially took the fall for her husband in the Oct. 12, 2012 shooting death of 16-year-old Rhett C. Lathan to eight years in Texas Department of Criminal Justice prison.