NEW YORK, NY: Wingate, Russotti, Shapiro, Moses & Halperin, LLP (WRSMH), a premier personal injury and medical malpractice firm in New York, NY, is pleased to announce that I. Bryce Moses has become a name partner of the firm. Wingate, Russotti, Shapiro, Moses & Halperin, LLP is one of the largest personal injury law firms in the New York City area, dedicated exclusively to personal injury and medical malpractice related litigation with a team of 36 dedicated plaintiff attorneys.
For nearly 30 years, I. Bryce Moses has been trying cases. Hired by former United States Attorney, General Janet Reno in 1993, Bryce began his career as an Assistant State Attorney in Miami, Florida, prosecuting criminal cases. Bryce was quickly promoted to the Felony Division where he handled numerous serious criminal trials, including murder. He was described by a Miami Circuit Court Judge as a trial attorney whose “…trial skills and preparation not only showed in his success after success in trial, but earned the respect of opposing counsel.” Bryce left the Florida criminal courts to return to New York to begin his career representing victims of serious injuries in civil matters.
Since joining WRSMH, Bryce has continued to excel as a trial attorney. His clients have enjoyed a wonderful trial success rate that provides them well-deserved results, most recently a $5.75 million settlement for a day laborer injured on a job site, and a $4.79 million verdict for a woman hit by a NYPD patrol car.
Bryce has earned the privilege of lecturing hundreds of practicing New York lawyers on winning trial techniques for the New York State Bar Association and New York State Trial Lawyers Association. In addition to trying cases, Bryce, along with founding partner, Phil Russotti, will continue to oversee the trial division of WRSMH and supervise the trial lawyers.
“We are so happy to have Bryce as a name partner, he has been a defining factor in the continued success of our firm,” said Phil Russotti.
About Wingate, Russotti, Shapiro, Moses & Halperin LLP: A top New York personal injury and medical malpractice firm, representing victims of negligence for decades. What sets them apart is they intentionally limit the number of cases they accept, to ensure that every client receives the personal attention they deserve. They do not merely handle cases; they represent real people with real problems on an individual basis.
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