Overview

Physicians, claims representatives and insurance carriers rely on Robert D. Castillo to skillfully craft winning arguments, diligently analyze medical records and thoroughly prepare clients for deposition.

Creative, clever and quick to learn, Robert has spent years successfully working his cases from inception to completion. This has allowed him to create specific tailor-made defenses for each matter he handles, offering his clients a unique perspective as he confidently defends them in litigation.

Prior to rejoining the team at Shaub, Ahmuty Citrin & Spratt, LLP in 2021, Robert gained a vast array of invaluable experience working with numerous firms and court systems. He spent three years at the Nassau County District Attorney’s Office mainly with the Street Narcotics and Gangs Bureau, where he prosecuted criminal cases, conducting approximately twenty trials, as well as numerous hearings and Grand Jury presentments.

He was a highly valued member of the medical malpractice team at Shaub, Ahmuty, Citrin & Spratt, LLP from 2015-2017. During that time as a litigation associate Robert defended countless institutions and physicians from inception through trial. He sat second seat at three trials, drafted and argued numerous successful Motions for Summary Judgment, and conducted various depositions where he diligently fought for his clients’ best interests.

While in California, Robert worked as a litigation associate at two firms, handling toxic tort litigation as well as trusts and estates litigation. Similarly, he defended corporate entities from inception through trial, handling countless depositions and drafting numerous motions.

One of Robert’s most notable accomplishments was the successful argumentation of a Motion for Summary Judgment in a case where he defended a hospital and physician regarding allegations of a patient suffering an intraoperative stroke.

Practice Areas

Education

Maurice A. Deane School of Law, Hofstra University, J.D., 2012 

University of California, Santa Barbara, B.A., 2009

Admissions

  • New York, 2013
  • California, 2018
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