Robert H. Wolff is a member and partner of the prestigious New York City Personal Injury Law Firm of Rosenberg Minc, Falkoff, & Wolff, LLP. Mr. Wolff graduated from SUNY Albany, cum laude, in 1978 with a B.A. in Psychology and American History. Thereafter, he attended St. John’s University School of Law, where he was a member of the Moot Court Team and the Criminal Law Society, graduating in 1981 with a Juris Doctor’s degree.
Mr. Wolff is a member of he New York and New Jersey State Bars, and is admitted to practice before the United States Court of Appeals Second Circuit, U.S. Eastern and Southern District Courts of New York and U.S. District Court of New Jersey. He is also a member of the N.Y. County Bar Association, New York State Trial Lawyers Association and the Bronx Bar Association where he served as Bar President from 2011 to 2012 and is the current Chairperson of the Board.
After graduating law school, Mr. Wolff practiced civil and criminal law for a New York City law firm before joining this office in 1987 where he has remained since that date, becoming a partner in 2000.
Mr. Wolff has successfully represented his clients over the years, obtaining millions of dollars in settlements and verdicts, in all types of personal injury cases ranging from car accidents to construction accidents to medical malpractice claims.
|$15 Million - Jury Award for Brain Injury|
|$15 Million - Neurosurgical Brain Injury|
|$10.5 Million - Injured Infant Brain Damage|
|$9 Million - Brain Injured Baby Settlement|
|$7.75 Million - Settlement Injury To A Child|
|$7.5 Million - Injured Construction Worker Settlement|
|$7.25 Million - Intersection Accident Settlement NYC|
|$5.5 Million - Bus Accident Award|
|$5.5 Million - Injured Child|
|$5.5 Million - Blinded Woman|
|$5.45 Million - Injured Child|
|$5.4 Million - Construction Burn Victim|
|$5.1 Million - Motorcycle Victim|
|$5 Million - Construction Worker Back Injury|
|$5 Million - Eye Surgery|
|$4.5 Million - Failure to Perform C-Section|
|$4.5 Million - Personal Injury Settlement|
|$4.4 Million - Failure to Diagnose Infection|
|$4.125 Million - Failure to Diagnose Quadriplegia|
|$4.0 Million - NYC Hospital Negligence Birth Injury|