Tara B. Dickerman
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Tara B. Dickerman concentrates her practice in medical malpractice professional liability, health care and commercial litigation.
Ms. Dickerman has successfully defended hospitals, long-term care facilities, physicians and nurses in complex medical negligence litigation. A substantial portion of her practice involves catastrophic injuries, including obstetric and orthopedic claims. In addition, she has experience in ERISA litigation, commercial litigation and appellate practice. She has also advised hospitals, medical practices, and other businesses on risk management, employment policy development and compliance with state, federal and professional oversight agency regulations and guidelines. Earlier in her career, Ms. Dickerman was integrally involved in the In Re Orthopedic Bone Screw Products Liability litigation and litigated these cases in state and federal jurisdictions throughout the country.
She was selected to the Rising Stars® list as one of the top attorneys in Pennsylvania for 2012, 2011, 2008 and 2006. No more than 2.5 percent of the lawyers in the state are selected to the list. The list appears in Philadelphia magazine and Pennsylvania Super Lawyers® magazine.
Ms.Dickerman volunteers and assists in fundraising activities for the Jewish Adoption & Foster Care Options (JAFCO), which provides services to abused and neglected children and for the Children’s Crisis Treatment Center, which assists children and their families coping with the impact of behavioral health issues, traumatic events and other challenges that have an effect on childhood development. Ms. Dickerman also regularly handles pro bono matters through the Homeless Advocacy Project.
Professional & Civic Activities
American Bar Association
Pennsylvania Bar Association
Philadelphia Bar Association
Jewish Adoption & Foster Care Options
Children Crisis Treatment Center
Gladwyne Library Board of Trustees
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