Daniel C. Minc is a Member and Partner of the prominent New York City law firm of Rosenberg, Minc, Falkoff & Wolff, LLP. Mr. Minc holds a Bachelor’s Degree from Hofstra University, a Master of Arts Degree in Economics from the State University of New York at Stony Brook and a Juris Doctor Degree from Seton Hall University School of Law.
Upon graduation, he joined one of the highly regarded personal injury and medical malpractice firms in New York City, where he has remained as a litigation partner.
Throughout his career, he has represented the most seriously injured victims of personal injury and medical malpractice in our region. He has been a member of the New York State Trial Lawyers Association for over twenty years. His accomplishments include an impressive stream of multi-million dollar verdicts and settlements totaling far in excess of five hundred million dollars to date. These verdicts and settlements are highlighted by a $15 Million dollar jury verdict against one of the largest hospitals in Manhattan.
He has been featured in many national newspapers and magazines, including Newsweek’s “Leaders in Personal Injury.” Mr. Minc has appeared on television regarding many of his clients’ cases and his accomplishments on their behalf. He has been selected as a national SuperLawyer and recently received a 5-year recognition award from Martindale-Hubbell for “Very High Legal Ability.” Mr. Minc has also taught several trial technique courses to the bar association attended by judges and attorneys. In 2020, he was selected as one of America’s Top 100 Personal Injury Lawyers.
Other recent verdicts and settlements include a $5.5 Million motor vehicle injury verdict; a $3.1 Million malpractice verdict; a $5.4 Million negotiated settlement on behalf of an accident victim and numerous other verdicts and settlements covering a broad range of claims from airplane disasters to construction accidents, auto accidents, and medical malpractice claims.
He is renowned for his cross-examination skills and technique used to unravel the heart of his adversary’s case. His trial summations attract a wide following of attorneys and judges.