Leading the way in medical malpractice trials: Greg Neinstein of Neinstein Personal Injury Lawyers

Gain insight into succeeding in medical malpractice law with Neinstein Personal Injury Lawyers

Leading the way in medical malpractice trials: Greg Neinstein of Neinstein Personal Injury Lawyers
Join Greg Neinstein and uncover how the firm became a leading expert in medical malpractice trials

In this edition of Canadian Lawyer TV, we sat down with Greg Neinstein, managing partner at Neinstein Personal Injury Lawyers. Named one of Canadian Lawyer’s Top Personal Injury Boutiques of 2023, the firm has become a leader in the field of medical malpractice trials through its industry expertise and dynamic team.  

Neinstein highlighted the critical role of subject matter expertise in personal injury law. With a team of 20 lawyers, the firm has been at the forefront of innovation in the medical malpractice field for the past five years.  

Neinstein showcased its legal expertise by taking on complex medical malpractice trials during the pandemic. With six trial decisions pending and three at the court of appeal, the firm has become a go-to resource for other lawyers seeking their specialized skill sets.   

Neinstein credits its success to its dynamic team and its ability to adapt. By taking on challenges and turning them into opportunities, the firm invested in renovating its office. The firm created a hybrid workplace designed for collaboration, resulting in increased connectivity and career opportunities.  

When asked about being named one of Canadian Lawyer’s Top Personal Injury Boutiques of 2023, Neinstein noted:  

"It's nice to be recognized by your peers. It's nice to be recognized by the industry. We work hard to get to this level of success, get to this level of acknowledgment. And it's proud that we don't just say it, that other people believe it as well."  

To learn more about Greg Neinstein and Neinstein Personal Injury Lawyers, click here, to watch the full interview. 

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