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Rabbi Barry Freundel of the Kesher Israel Congregation synagogue in Georgetown was arrested by D.C. police in October 2014 and charged with voyeurism. If you think you may have been a victim, you should act now to protect your rights and help ensure this never happens again.Learn more »
When you think you may be the victim of medical malpractice, it may feel like the doctors and the insurance companies are speaking a different language.Let our attorneys help you make sense of it all »
Managing Partner Jonathan Schochor announces the record settlement negotiated in the Johns Hopkins Hospital Dr. Nikita Levy class action case.Read more »
If you were ever a patient of Dr. Nikita Levy and believe that you were secretly videotaped, photographed, or suffered boundary violations, you should register for the class action to protect your rights.Learn more about the Dr. Levy class action »
January 23, 2015
A new study by Consumer Reports suggests that patients will have better medical outcomes if they feel the hospital staff has treated them with respect. More »
January 16, 2015
Schochor, Federico and Staton has been named a 2014 Litigator Award winner, ranking among the top 1% of all lawyers nationally for medical malpractice, personal injury, spinal cord injury, birth injury, brain injury and class action litigation as measured by verdict and settlement results. More »
December 26, 2014
Rabbi Barry Freundel, who has led the Kesher Israel Congregation synagogue at Georgetown University since 1989, was arrested by D.C. police in October 2014 and charged with voyeurism. More »
December 17, 2014
We are pleased to announce Founding Partner Kerry D. Staton has been selected to the National Black Lawyers - Top 100, an invitation-only professional honorary organization composed of the top 100 black lawyers from each state who serve individuals, families and businesses. More »
Learn more about Schochor, Federico and Staton.
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Everyone I came into contact with at SFS couldn’t have been more professional and sympathetic. They were all well aware of the pain and suffering this kind of stuff causes.
We really wanted some answers with regard to what happened to my mother. We finally got the answers—she was medically neglected, which resulted in her death. We can rest now knowing what happened to her.
When you are in a situation like I was—still suffering, still grieving—you want someone to pay attention and care. You want someone to be sympathetic to your cause.
We were going through a very stressful case and you all made it so much easier and somewhat less painful, and for that we are thankful.