Zucker & Regev
Guy S. Regev, M.D., J.D. is one of the few medical malpractice trial lawyers in the United States who are also medical doctors, providing him with an enormous advantage in investigating and litigating cases involving medical malpractice and complex negligence matters.
He attended Indiana University School of Medicine, and spent time working at various hospitals including Sourasky Medical Center in Tel Aviv as a medical and surgical extern. For over a decade, he was involved in medical and scientific research at various premier laboratories and has been published on a variety of topics in high impact medical journals. During his medical training, he became aware of the significant misfortunes of a myriad of individuals who were harmed due to negligence and had little to no access to justice due to the complexity of the issues surrounding their injuries and the absence of trained advocates who possessed the necessary medical background to help them.
He was in the first class of twelve students at Brooklyn Law School to obtain a juris doctorate degree in an accelerated two-year program and served as the Brooklyn Law School Health Law Fellow.
He has litigated hundreds of medical malpractice cases and complex negligence matters and has obtained high value recoveries in and out of Court. Just last year, he obtained a $1 million-dollar jury verdict in a case involving the negligent removal of a colon in Kings County Supreme Court (George v. Duperval) and a $1.4 million-dollar settlement in a case involving the negligent failure to diagnose a pelvic infection resulting in severe injuries (King v. NYCHHC).
His unique background in both medicine and law allows him to understand highly complex medical issues and to communicate these complex concepts to jurors and the Court. In addition, he is able to effectively review, understand, and interpret medical records, reports, and imaging films, and cross examine medical witnesses at deposition and trials.
Top 10 Medical Malpractice Verdicts in New York 2019
Super Lawyers 2020
Fellow of the American College of Legal Medicine
Brooklyn Law School Health Fellow