Medical professionals, insurance carriers and claims representatives alike rely on Jessica George to meticulously analyze discovery, passionately litigate issues in court and expertly employ motion practice, resulting in continued successes for each of her clients.
Diligent and compassionate, Jessica assists in all aspects of litigation and works cases from inception to completion. She seamlessly guides the medical specialists and facilities she represents through the complex litigation process, collaborating well with each client and other legal counsel.
Through Jessica’s prior work at a well-recognized hospital on Long Island and interning at the Supreme Court, Queens County, before beginning her career at Shaub, Ahmuty, Citrin & Spratt in 2016 as an intern, she was given exposure to pertinent healthcare law and litigation practice, creating a well-rounded understanding of medical malpractice and healthcare litigation that allows her to provide detailed, efficient legal counsel.
Growing up with family members in the medical field, she developed a love for medicine and a desire to continuously learn about the ever-changing field. Jessica prides herself on her thorough case workup and constant clear communication with clients, making herself endlessly available to address their needs as they arise.
Jessica was successful in having a full Summary Judgment Motion granted on behalf of one of our esteemed physicians, and in orally arguing the dismissal of a case after multiple post motion submissions. In furtherance of developing her legal skills and developing the legal minds of the future, Jessica participated as a judge in a medical malpractice moot court competition in conjunction with Hofstra University and Northwell Health and as a panelist at the St. John’s University School of Law Healthcare Law panel.
Community & Professional
New York State Bar Association
Nassau Suffolk Trial Lawyers Association
- Starting off November with a Significant Win In The Second Circuit Court of Appeals to Protect Our Clients11.05.2020
- In A 49 Page Decision, J. Sandra Feuerstein of the EDNY Dismisses All Allegations of 1983 Civil Rights Violations and Medical Malpractice in Aggressively Contested Case07.01.2019
St. John’s University School of Law, J.D., 2017
Drexel University, B.A., magna cum laude, 2013
- New York, 2018
- Southern District of New York, 2018
- Eastern District of New York, 2018