Call For A Free
Consultation

(866) MED-MAL7
or (866) 633-6257

Call For A Free
Consultation

(866) MED-MAL7
or (866) 633-6257

Contact Us for a Free Consultation.

Nosotros Hablamos Espanol

 

Steven E. Pegalis: Published Articles

Throughout his career, Mr. Pegalis has lectured extensively on medical/legal issues, while also contributing with other experts in the field to shed retrospective view points on the subject and in printed literature to include:

  • Safety: A Common Ground For Plaintiff and Defense Medical Liability Attorneys Defendant: The Journal of the Defense Association of New York, Spring 2015
  • Neurologic Birth Injury- Protecting the legal rights of a child by Robert L. Conason and Steven E. Pegalis,The Journal of Legal Medicine (Vol.31 No.3) July-September, 2010
  • Avoidable Brain Damage and Medical Liability by Robert L. Conason and Steven E. Pegalis, New York Law Journal, April 22, 2009
  • Potential for Punitive Damages Must Remain Part of the Medical Malpractice Tort System, Pegalis, Steven E., Medical Malpractice Law and Strategy, October 2002, Vol. XIX, No. 12, pp 2-3.
  • Are Frye and Daubert Swords Against Plaintiffs and Shields for Defendants in Med-Mal Cases? Pegalis, Steven E., Medical Malpractice Law and Strategy, July 2002, Vol. XIX, No. 9, pp 2-3.
  • 'Error in Judgment' Doctrine Should not Apply When Radiologist has Misread Film, Pegalis, Steven E., Medical Malpractice Law and Strategy, June 2002, Vol. XIX, No. 9, p 2.
  • Wrongful Death Damages Should not be Different when the Decedent is a Child, Pegalis, Steven E., Medical Malpractice Law and Strategy, March 2002, Vol. XIX, No. 5, pp 2-3.
  • Damages for 'Wrongful Life' should be Recoverable by Child as Well as Parents, Pegalis, Steven E., Medical Malpractice Law and Strategy, February 2002, Vol. XIX, No. 4, pp 2-3.
  • The Need for a Clearer Definition Of the Liability of an HMO, Pegalis, Steven E., Leader Publications - Managed Care Law Strategist, July 2001, Vol. 2, No. 7, pp 6-7.
  • Cross Examination of Defendant’s Pediatric Neurologist. New York, New York, March 27, 2001.
  • 'Mismanaged Care': The Case For a New Theory of HMO Liability, Pegalis, Steven E., Leader Publications- Managed Care Law Strategist, December 2000, Vol. 1, No. 12, pp 5-6.
  • HMO Accountability: Do We Need More Than Traditional Tort Liability? Pegalis, Steven E., Leader Publications - Managed Care Law Strategist, July 2000, Vol. 1, No. 7, pp 3-5.
  • Law Journal Seminar Series:, Failure to Diagnose Breast Cancer: The Trial, New York, New York, April 2000.
  • The Case for Health Maintenance Organization Liability: The Plaintiff's Perspective, Pegalis, Steven E., Leader Publications - Managed Care Law Strategist, January 2000, Vol. 1, No. 1, pp 6-7.
  • Medical Malpractice: The Art of Advocacy When Engaging in the "Battle of the Experts", Pegalis, Steven E., American Journal of Trial Advocacy, Fall 1999, Vol. 23:2.
  • Law Journal Seminars Series, Trial of an Obstetrical Malpractice Case. Mock Trial: Actual Demonstrations from Opening Statements to Summation, New York, New York, June, 1999: Cross-Examination of Defendant's Pediatric Neurologist -- Perinatal Brain Damage.
  • New York State Bar Association, Medical Malpractice Litigation, Uniondale, New York, April, 1999: Cross-Examination of a Medical Expert.
  • Law Journal Seminars Series - Press, Failure to Diagnose Breast Cancer: The Trial, New York, New York, November, 1998: Delay in Diagnosing Breast Cancer - Breast Cancer: Diagnosis and Treatment.
  • FOJP Service Corporation, Program: Managed Care, Fraud and Abuse, New York, New York, October, 1998:Managed Care: The Legal Dilemma Created by the Middleman Squeezing the Doctor and the Patient.
  • New York State Bar Association, Torts, Insurance and Compensation Law Section and Trial Lawyers Section, New York, New York, January, 1998:Substantive Focus: Third Party Payor's and Medical Provider's Claims against Tort Recoveries - an Increasing Problem in search of a Solution.
  • Calling the Defendant as the Plaintiff's First Witness, Pegalis, Steven E., Medical Malpractice Law and Strategy, November 1997, Vol. XV, No. 1, pp. 1-3.
  • New York Law Journal Seminars-Press, Trial of an Obstetrical Malpractice Case, New York, New York, September 22, 1997,Examination of the Defendant Physician by Plaintiff's Counsel.
  • Practising Law Institute, Program: Preparation of a Medical Malpractice Case: From Interview to Trial, New York, New York, September 10, 1997:Settling the Case.
  • Practising Law Institute, Program: Basic Medical Malpractice, New York, New York, July 24, 1996:How to Accomplish a good Deposition. Deposition of the Defendant.
  • Delay in Diagnosing Hodgkin's: Medical-Legal Implications, Pegalis, Steven E., Medical-Legal Aspects of Cancer Litigation, April 1996, Vol. 2, No. 3, pp 4-5
  • Consequences of Inconsistent Proof in Delayed Diagnosis Cases, Pegalis, Steven E., Medical-Legal Aspects of Cancer Litigation, September 1995, Vol. 1, No. 8, pp 4-5.
  • New York County Lawyers Association, Medical Malpractice Cases - CLE, New York, New York, February 14, 1995:Trial: Plaintiff's Techniques.
  • Law Journal Seminars-Press, Trial of and Obstetrical Malpractice Case, New York, New York, October 7, 1994:Cross-Examination of Defendant's Pediatric Neurologist.
  • New York State Bar Association, Westbury, New York October 22, 1993: Power Advocacy -Achieving Maximum Jury Impact During Trial;The Art of Communication: Playing the Gallery.
  • Practising Law Institute, Program: Basic Medical Malpractice. New York, New York, August 4, 1993:Plaintiff's Malpractice Case Intake - The Initial Client Contact.
  • Law Journal Seminars-Press, Trial of and Obstetrical Malpractice Case, New York, New York, June 11, 1993:Cross-Examination of Defendant's Pediatric Neurologist.
  • New York State Bar Association, Persuasion in the Courtroom - CLE, Uniondale, New York November 2, 1990:The Closing Statement.
  • Law Journal Seminars-Press, Trial of an Obstetrical and Neonatal Malpractice Case, New York, New York, October 30, 1990:Cross-Examination of a Defendant Pediatric Neurologist.
  • Law Journal Seminars-Press, Medical Malpractice in Cardiac Care, New York, New York, November 10, 1987:Infections of the Heart or Carditis.
  • New York State Trial Lawyers Association, Inc., Summation - Sophisticated Trial Tactics, New York, New York, April 19, 1986:Arguing Damages in a Brain-Damaged Baby Case.
  • The Association of Trial Lawyers of America, The Profoundly Injured Child, Washington, D.C., March 30, 1984:Screening and Evaluating the Case.



Do You Have a Claim?Contact Us Immediately

Contact us to speak with an attorney about your potential case. There is no cost.

Note: Submission of this form does not create an attorney-client relationship nor convey confidential privilege. Submit general information only.

See SOME OF ourWINNING CASES

#