Marc S. Albert has been successfully representing victims of personal injury and medical malpractice for the entirety of his 25-year career. With verdicts and settlements of over $100 Million under his belt, Marc has exhibited a track record of success which has garnered him recognition by such prestigious legal services as SuperLawyers and The National Trial Lawyers. Just as importantly, Marc has always made compassion and empathy to his client’s cause and personal attention to each and every client that he represents central lynchpins upon which he runs his practice.
Marc has been at the forefront of some of the more notable personal injury cases of the last two decades. Along those lines, Marc represented 12 victims of the tragic Windsor Wildcats bus accident which resulted in four deaths and countless other serious injuries in a 5-year litigation that ultimately resulted in a global settlement of $36 Million. Marc represented two rape victims – one of which occurred in a NYC luxury apartment building and the other of which occurred in a NYC subway station – in cases which led to an outpouring of emotion from women all over New York and which received widespread media attention with regard to safety protocols which could serve to enhance the safety of women in our city. Marc also represented victims of two of the most devastating train crashes in recent memory – the Metro North train derailment in the Bronx of 2013 and the Amtrak train derailment in Philadelphia of 2015 – obtaining large confidential settlements on behalf of both clients.
More recently, Marc represented a television producer who suffered catastrophic injuries as a result of an accident which occurred at the “Punkin Chunkin” event in Delaware, ultimately reaching a $5 Million settlement on his client’s behalf. Additionally, together with Seeger Weiss LLP, Marc represented a group of former NFL players in their action for traumatic brain injuries caused by concussions and was instrumental in bringing about a global settlement approaching $1 Billion.