Fighting for Injured Patients With Medical Expertise
Prior to becoming an attorney, Rosemary had a successful 20-year career in Internal Medicine and Cardiology, eventually achieving status as a Fellow Emeritus of the American College of Cardiology. Thanks to her unique status as an MD/Esq., she helped found and is currently a Fellow of the College of Legal Medicine.
After getting her rotorcraft license in 2002, she decided to pursue law at Seton Hall University School of Law, where she graduated cum laude. She passed the NJ bar shortly thereafter. Before joining Levinson Axelrod, she started a consulting firm where she focused on assessing new medical technologies and insurance appeals.
Today, she lives in the Federal City Road District of Lawrenceville with her daughter. When she is not preparing medical malpractice claims on behalf of her clients, Rosemary has a rich and eclectic list of hobbies. She is a passionate Rotorcraft pilot, is a certified master scuba diver, and enjoys downhill skiing. She is also a student of architecture having previously owned a Norman F. Carver designed home in Skillman, a 10 acre Forestry Preserve and now a unique Lucien Pebbles steel and glass design by David Bosco.
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