Over a career spanning more than 37 years, Robert F. Danzi has built a reputation as a powerful advocate for people who have suffered catastrophic injuries due to a broad range of personal injury matters, including medical malpractice, labor law, and toxic torts, among many others. Bob Danzi, together with his partners, Christine C. Coscia and John R. Danzi, work as a team on every case in the office.
“We specialize in complicated and catastrophic cases, and because of that, we can offer our clients a large store of experience, including troves of information and extensive resources across many different areas of law,” says Bob, a Past President of the New York State Trial Lawyers Association and a current member of the Board of Directors of the New York State Academy of Trial Lawyers.
The Law Office of Robert F. Danzi regularly takes on some of the most complex injury cases in the country, achieving numerous multimillion-dollar verdicts and settlements for its clients in the process. As a result, the firm has earned an AV Preeminent-rating from Martindale-Hubbell—the organization’s highest rating for legal ability and ethical standards— as well as the Martindale-Hubbell Client Distinction Award. Reflecting on these recognitions, Bob attributes the firm’s preeminent reputation to the resources and teamwork it brings to every case.
“None of the work we do is divided up alphabetically or by case type, so our clients benefit from the expertise and dedication of everyone here,” he says. “In that way, we ensure all of our clients
receive a strong knowledge base and attention to detail in their cases, as well as personalized attention and responsive service.” As Christine notes, the Law Office of Robert F. Danzi is not a volume practice; instead, the firm intentionally limits the number of cases it takes on so that it can craft each case’s strategy based upon the unique needs of its clients. “Because we’re a boutique firm, we’re able to provide our clients with the sort of individualized attention that puts them at the center of their cases,” she says. “We never forget that these cases are first and foremost about the injured victims and their families, and because of that, we often remain in touch with clients long after their cases have been resolved.”
Indeed, Bob, Christine and John relish the opportunity their practice provides them to make a difference in their clients’ lives: “It’s rewarding changing people’s lives for the better by getting them the resources that allow them to create an independent life and return their dignity,” John says.