Bradley M. Corsiglia, Attorney
Brad Corsiglia has been honored by both his colleagues and major national publications for his outstanding work as one of the leading medical malpractice attorneys in California and in the United States.
In the year ending 2010, Mr. Corsiglia won more than $10 million for his clients, capping the year by being awarded the Santa Clara County Trial Lawyer of the Year award by his colleagues.
Mr. Corsiglia's outstanding trial work inside the courtroom has resulted in being selected as a member of the American Board of Trial Advocates (ABOTA). The highly prestigious organization limits its membership to attorneys that have met a rigorous set of criteria. In order to become a member of ABOTA, you must be nominated and then elected by existing members of the organization.
In the legal profession, reputation and integrity are important attorney characteristics. Defense attorneys, the ones that fight against your case, often look at your attorney's reputation as a means of determining how they will handle your case. With a reputation for aggressively seeking justice and the financial resources to go to trial if necessary, Mr. Corsiglia has earned the insurance industry's respect meaning that your claim has a better chance of being looked at fairly and resolved quickly.
In the course of his professional career, Mr. Corsiglia has prevailed over major healthcare providers such as Kaiser, Catholic Healthcare West, Apria Healthcare, Dominican Hospital, the Palo Alto Medical Foundation, and Stanford University Medical Center. His cases have ranged from medical misdiagnosis to severe brain injury due to medical errors.
Medical malpractice can take on many forms. Mr. Corsiglia has assisted patients and their families where there was a delay in the diagnosis of cancer resulting in a delay of treatment and the cancer spreading causing a worse prognosis. These include cases involving cancer of the breast, prostate, colon, lung and brain. Mr. Corsiglia has handled cases where there was a delay in the diagnosis of infection causing death or severe brain injury. He has likewise represented families where there was a failure to properly monitor a mother and her baby during her labor resulting in severe brain injury to the baby.
As a result of Mr. Corsiglia's work, the law firm of Corsiglia, McMahon & Allard was recognized in 2010 by US News & World Report as one of the best medical malpractice law firms in the country. Mr. Corsiglia is also AV Rated by Martindale Hubbell, and recognized as one of the Best Lawyers in America. Best Lawyers is the oldest peer review publication in the legal profession. Mr. Corsiglia was selected based on his experience in representing families in medical malpractice actions.
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