Mike Kessler Addresses International Emergency Medicine Physicians Conference

Michael W. Kessler, a partner in the Albany, New York based personal injury firm of Rosenblum, Ronan, Kessler and Sarachan, recently addressed an international conference of emergency medicine physicians attending from around the world, in Maui, Hawaii on March 1, 2012. As an attorney representing persons who have suffered catastrophic injuries primarily as the result medical malpractice, Mr. Kessler was invited to present his views to the 2012 Annual Conference on Emergency Medicine, sponsored by the Center for Medical Education.

He offered suggestions to these ER doctors to improve patient care and thereby reduce the incidence of malpractice and malpractice litigation. Mr. Kessler told the audience that he hoped that they “would improve and reduce malpractice to the point where it would put me and my colleagues out of business. Everyone will benefit if that happens, and believe me, I can find something else to do with my professional skills,” he said.

In conjunction with his seminar appearance Mr. Kessler also recorded a ninety minute interview with Risk Management Monthly, an audio service for emergency medicine physicians for continuing medical education.

In addition to his practice, Mr. Kessler has now been invited to give professional presentations in twelve states, and four countries on three continents. He is Board Certified in Medical Malpractice Law by the American Board of Professional Liability Attorneys-whose conference he will address in June, in San Diego. Mr. Kessler is also on the Board of the New York Academy of Trial Lawyers. He is the Chair-elect of the Traumatic Brain Injury Litigation Group of the American Association for Justice and has been selected for Best Lawyers in America and New York Super Lawyers. His firm, Rosenblum, Ronan, Kessler, and Sarachan, located at 110 Great Oaks Boulevard in Albany, New York focuses its practice exclusively on representing the families of people who have been seriously injured by the negligence of others.