Brian E. Bergin is an associate attorney who focuses his practice on the defense of complex tort litigation matters, including those involving labor law, construction defect, and negligence, and also claims alleging product liability, medical device, medical instruments, and breach of warranty. Mr. Bergin also has significant experience in complex commercial litigation, and insurance litigation, and in defending medical malpractice actions. He is skilled in all stages of litigation, including legal research, depositions, motion practice, and appellate briefs. Prior to joining Segal McCambridge, Mr. Bergin represented medical care providers in professional negligence cases as an associate at a litigation firm in New York City.
Mr. Bergin earned his J.D. from St. John's University School of Law, where he earned the Dean's List Graduation Award, a Merit Scholarship, and the Families of Freedom World Trade Center Memorial Scholarship. During law school, he served as Articles and Notes Editor of the American Bankruptcy Institute Law Review, co-founded the Irish-American Law Students Association, and was a member of the Labor and Employment Law Society. Mr. Bergin also holds a bachelor's degree in Philosophy, Politics, and Law from Binghamton University, where he earned Dean's List Honors.
- Dean’s List Graduation Award
- Families of Freedom World Trade Center Memorial Scholarship Recipient
- Merit Scholarship Recipient
Professional & Civic Involvement
- New York State Bar Association
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