Norman H. Dachs
Norman H. Dachs is a founding partner of the firm. Presently in his 60th year of practice, having graduated from Brooklyn Law School at the early age of 21, Mr. Dachs is admitted to practice before all New York state courts and the United States District Courts for the Eastern and Southern Districts of New York, and the U.S. Supreme Court.
Universally recognized as a premier authority on all aspects of personal injury, medical malpractice and insurance law, Mr. Dachs was one of the original featured columnists for the New York Law Journal, and has co-authored the"Insurance and No-Fault Law" and "Insurance Law" articles since 1973. In addition, he has been a contributing author to many books, including Schwartz, Louis E., Trial of Automobile Accident Cases (Matthew Bender, 1958); Making a Personal Injury Practice Profitable (PLI, 1972); and No-Fault and Uninsured Motorist Automobile Insurance (Matthew Bender 1984). He has also served as co-editor of several legal publications, to which he also contributed lead articles, including Course Handbook, "Art of Evaluating Personal Injury Cases" (PLI, 1972); the New York State Bar Association's "Trial Lawyers Section Digest" (1989–1993) and theNew York Negligence Reporter (Matthew Bender, 1989-1993).
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