Jesse M. Reiter

Jesse M. Reiter

Attorney Profile

Top Rated Medical Malpractice Attorney in Bloomfield HIlls, MI

Reiter & Walsh, P.C.
 | 122 Concord Road, Bloomfield HIlls, MI 48304
Phone: 248-593-5100
Fax: 248-593-5108
Selected to Super Lawyers: 2008 - 2018
Licensed Since: 1987
Practice Areas:
  • Personal Injury - Medical Malpractice: Plaintiff
Attorney Profile

Since the inception of his legal career in 1987, Jesse Reiter has handled 100% birth injury and birth trauma cases. Reiter is admitted to practice in Michigan, Washington, D.C., Ohio and the U.S. Supreme Court, and he represents children and their parents in cases involving infant brain damage, hypoxic ischemic encephalopathy (HIE), cerebral palsy, and a number of other pregnancy, delivery and newborn complications. Jesse Reiter is referred to in a 2008 Michigan Lawyer's Weekly article as one of three "medical malpractice gurus” whose cases have consistently ranked among the top verdicts and settlements in the state of Michigan for the past several years. 

Recognized as among the top in his field, he is an executive board member and past Chair of the Birth Trauma Litigation Group, a group of leading birth injury attorneys from around the world that represent birth injured children and their families. He was also Co-Editor of the Birth Trauma Litigation Group Newsletter from 2009-2011. Reiter is a fellow of both the American Bar Foundation and the American Association for Justice’s National College of Advocacy. In 2015, Reiter was elected to the AAJ Board of Governors. His work with the AAJ’s Professional Negligence Section includes past Chair, Newsletter Editor and Secretary. He is also a peer reviewer for Trial, the AAJ's magazine for legal professionals. For the Michigan Association for Justice (MAJ), Reiter serves or has served as a President, President-Elect, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer and Executive Board Member. He has also served on the MAJ’s Judicial Qualifications Committee, Constitutional Challenge Committee, and Coalition/Community Action Committee. Reiter maintains active roles in a number of other professional group and associations as well. 

Reiter has also been recognized by numerous associations and publications. He was named by Michigan Lawyer's Weekly as a 2012 “Leader in the Law” and “Lawyer of the Year” in 2006; listed in The Best Lawyers in America (since 2008); AV-Preeminent Rated through Martindale Hubbell; Avvo Superb Rated Attorney (10 out of 10); listed in Crain's “Best Lawyers in Metro Detroit”; named a dbusiness Magazine “Top Lawyer;” recognized as one of Metro Detroit's “Top Ten Personal Injury Lawyers;” and recognized for several consecutive years in Michigan SuperLawyers Magazine. Reiter has also appeared in Who's Who in American Law, Who's Who, and Who's Who Among Rising Young Americans. He is also a member of the Ohio Association for Justice, the Academy of Trial Advocacy and the Million Dollar Advocates Forum. Jesse's firm, Reiter & Walsh ABC Law Centers, has been listed in the “Best Law Firms in America” by U.S. News & World Report every year since 2010.

Some of Mr. Reiter’s recent verdicts and settlements include: $6.2 million for a child injured during a vacuum delivery;  $2.475 million for a young child injured during labor and delivery; $4.425 million awarded to a child that was harmed by doctor’s negligence during labor and delivery; 1.875 million for birth injuries sustained to a child as a result of doctor’s negligence; $3.5 million obtained for child client who was injured at birth due to negligence; $5.9 million for a child with cerebral palsy and kernicterus; $4.75 million for a child with cerebral palsy, cognitive impairments and delays caused by birth asphyxia; $3.9 million settlement for a child with cerebral palsy; $3.75 million for a child with cerebral palsy, cognitive impairments, developmental delays from birth asphyxia and delayed delivery; $3.6 million for a child with cerebral palsy and developmental delays; and $2.05 million for one twin with developmental delays.

White Papers

  • Co-Editor, White Paper Series, Michigan Association For Justice  (2003-2006)

  • About Jesse Reiter

    Admitted: 1987, Michigan

    Professional Webpage: www.abclawcenters.com/about-the-firm/about-the-attorneys/jes...

    Honors/Awards:

    • Board of Governors Outstanding Achievement Award, American Association for Justice, 2017
    • Top 10 Leading Consumer Lawyers, Leading Lawyers, 2017
    • Top 10 Leading Plaintiff’s Personal Injury Lawyers, Leading Lawyers, 2017
    • "Top Rated Lawyer in Medical Malpractice", The American Lawyer and Martindale-Hubbell™, 2017
    • Dan Cullan Memorial Award; AAJ Birth Trauma Litigation Group, 2016
    • Peer-reviewed and recommended “Leading Michigan Lawyer,” LeadingLawyers.com, 2013
    • Michigan Defense Trial Counsel’s Respected Advocate Award recipient, 2013
    • Listed in Michigan Super Lawyers Magazine "Top 5 Consumer Attorneys in Michigan”, 2013
    • Listed in Michigan Super Lawyers Magazine "Top 10 Michigan Attorneys", 2013
    • Listed in Michigan Super Lawyers Magazine “Top 50 Consumer Attorneys in Michigan”, 2013
    • AV-Preeminent Rated by Martindale-Hubbell  , 2012
    • Selected as one of the “Leaders in the Law,” by Michigan Lawyers Weekly, 2012
    • Medical Malpractie Law - Plaintiffs Personal Injury Litigation - Plaintiffs, Best Lawyers In America, U.S. News & World Report/Best Lawyers, 2008
    • “Top 10 Personal Injury Attorneys in Michigan,” National Academy of Personal Injury Attorneys, 2008
    • “Best Lawyers in Metro Detroit,” Crain’s Detroit Business, 2008
    • “Top 10 Personal Injury Lawyers,” Metro Detroit, 2008
    • Listed in Michigan Super Lawyers Magazine's “Top 100 Attorneys in Michigan”, 2008
    • Top Lawyers in Metro Detroit, DBusiness Magazine, 2008
    • Best Law Firms, U.S. News & World Report/Best Lawyers, 2008
    • “Lawyer of the Year,” Michigan Lawyers Weekly, 2006
    • Top Verdicts and Settlements, Michigan Lawyers Weekly, 2000
    • “Best Lawyers In America,” U.S. News & World Report/Best Lawyers: 2019 “Lawyer of the Year” – Medical Malpractice – Plaintiffs, Troy
    • National Trial Lawyers: Top 100 Trial Lawyers. 2011, 2015-Present
    • Apr. 15, 2016: Panel Speaker - Michigan Association for Justice 71st Annual Seminar: “Expert Testimony, Witness Preparation and Daubert Challenges after Ehler: Expert Panel”
    • Mr. Reiter also has the honor of being listed as one of the top 10 personal injury attorneys in Michigan by the National Academy of Personal Injury Attorneys, and he has appeared in Who's Who in American Law and Who's Who Among Rising Young Americans.

    Special Licenses/Certifications:

    • Fellow, American Association for Justice, National College of Advocacy. Licensed to practice in Michigan, Washington, D.C., Ohio and United States Supreme Court.

    Bar/Professional Activity:

    • Public Justice Foundation Member, 2015
    • Medical Negligence Information Exchange Group, 2015
    • American Association for Justice (AAJ), Governor, Board of Governors, 2015
    • American Association for Justice (AAJ), Section & Litigation Group Coordination Committee, 2014
    • American Association for Justice (AAJ), Exchange Advisory Committee, 2014
    • American Association for Justice (AAJ), Professional Negligence Section Chair, 2013
    • American Association for Justice (AAJ), Professional Negligence Section Secretary, 2012
    • American Association for Justice (AAJ), Professional Negligence Section Newsletter Editor, 2011
    • Birth Trauma Litigation Group (BTLG), Past Chair Jesse Reiter is past Chair of the Birth Trauma Litigation Group, a group of leading birth injury attorneys from around the world that represent birth injured children and their families. , 2010
    • Birth Trauma Litigation Group (BTLG), Co-Editor of Birth Trauma Litigation Group Newsletter, 2009
    • Ohio Association for Justice, Member, 2007
    • Admitted to practice in Ohio, 2007
    • Michigan Association for Justice (MAJ), President, 2006
    • Michigan Association for Justice (MAJ), President Elect, 2005
    • Michigan Association for Justice (MAJ), Judicial Qualifications Committee, 2004
    • Michigan Association for Justice (MAJ), Vice President, 2004
    • Michigan Association for Justice (MAJ), Secretary, 2003
    • Michigan Association for Justice (MAJ), Treasurer, 2002
    • Michigan Association for Justice (MAJ), Chair of the Coalition/Community Action Committee, 2000
    • Admitted to practice in Washington D.C., 1999
    • Michigan Association for Justice (MAJ), Constitutional Challenge Committee, 1997
    • Michigan Association for Justice (MAJ), Executive Board Member, 1995
    • State Bar of Michigan, 1987
    • Oakland County Bar Association, Member, 1987
    • Eastern District of Michigan, Admitted, 1987
    • Admitted to practice in Michigan, 1987
    • American Association for Justice (AAJ), Member, 1987
    • Pound Civil Justice Institute, Fellow
    • Michigan State Bar Foundation, Lifetime Fellow
    • National College of Advocacy, Fellow
    • Million Dollar Advocates Forum
    • Academy of Trial Advocacy
    • National Trial Lawyers Association, Member
    • United States District Court
    • American Bar Foundation, Life Fellow
    • Birth Trauma Litigation Group (BTLG), Executive Board

    Pro bono/Community Service:

    • The firm is recognized by the State Bar of Michigan's Pro Bono Circle of Excellence; Pro Bono Service Award (Oakland County); MAJ Helmet Safety Campaign: Sponsored by the Michigan Association for Justice, this campaign has donated over 15,000 helmets to needy children to date. Chairman, Community Service Committee, Helmet Safety Campaign (1999 - 2005); Officer and Active participant (2005 - present). The firm is a proud sponsor of the "Caring for Life" annual scholarship. Jesse is a member of the Public Justice Foundation, which is a group of attorneys from around the country who fight injustice and preserve access to courts for ordinary people.

    Scholarly Lectures/Writings:

    • American Association for Justice Trial Magazine, Author, Understanding Fetal Monitoring Evidence, 2018
    • “Daubert Challenges in Birth Trauma Cases", Panel Speaker, American Association For Justice Birth Trauma Litigation Group, 2018
    • "HR 1215: Stripping Rights From Our Most Vulnerable Michigan Medical Malpractice Clients" - Michigan Association for Justice Journal, Author, Michigan Association For Justice, 2017
    • Co-authored an article in the July 2017 American American Association for Justice (AAJ) Birth Trauma Litigation Group (BTLG) Newsletter. The article is titled "Using MRI to Evaluate Hypoxic-Ischemic Encephalopathy (HIE) in Term Infants.", 2017
    • Jesse Reiter was published in Leading Lawyers Magazine – Michigan Edition in a 2017 feature piece titled “Jesse Reiter: Putting Children First, Always.”, Leading Lawyers - Michigan Edition, 2017
    • “Management of Category II Fetal Heart Tracings: Timing Delivery to Avoid HIE," published in the American Association for Justice Birth Trauma Litigation Group Newsletter, Co-Author, 2017
    • Dec. 2, 2016: Michigan Association for Justice Annual Medical Malpractice Seminar, Moderator, 2016
    • Reiter & Walsh, P.C. birth injury attorneys Jesse M. Reiter and Emily G. Thomas published an article in the American American Association for Justice (AAJ) Birth Trauma Litigation Group (BTLG) Newsletter in July 2016. The article is titled “Averting Pre-Term Birth: The Right Care Gives the Best Results.”Reiter, Jesse M., and Emily G. Thomas.“Averting Pre-Term Birth: The Right Care Gives the Best Results.” Birth Trauma Litigation Group Newsletter (2016): n. pag. Print., Co-Author, Averting Pre-Term Birth: The Right Care Gives the Best Results, Birth Trauma Litigation Group, 2016
    • “ACOG Replaced the Friedman Curve with Unproven Guidelines: Is Lowering the Caesarean Rate Worth the Rise in Birth Trauma?,” American Association for Justice Birth Trauma Litigation Group Newsletter, Co-Author, 2016
    • Michigan Association for Justice Med Mal Seminar: “Medical Records in the Electronic Age and Finding Ways to Win Medical Malpractice Cases in Any Age” (December 4, 2015), Moderator, Michigan Association For Justice (MAJ), 2015
    • Co-Author, “HIE and the Myth of Pre-Existing Injury,” Birth Trauma Litigation Group Newsletter, 2015
    • Co-Author, “How ACOG Just Broadened the Definition of HIE: Comparing the NEACP and NEANO,” Birth Trauma Litigation Group Newsletter, 2014
    • Co-Author, "The Hidden Dangers of Overventilation," Birth Trauma Litigation Group Newsletter, 2014
    • Coordinator and Moderator for Michigan Association for Jutice's Medical Malpractice seminar - November 8, 2013, 2013
    • Article Reviewer for AAJ Trial News, 2013
    • Trainer and faculty member, the Michigan Association for Justice's Trial Institute, March 22, 2012, 2012
    • Moderator, Medical Malpractice Seminar for the Michigan Association for Justice, November 30, 2012, 2012
    • Coordinator and moderator - Birth Trauma Litigation Group Seminar at the American Association for Justice's Winter Convention - February 12, 2012, 2012
    • Coordinator and moderator, Birth Trauma Litigation Group seminar at the American Association for Justice's Summer Conference, July 29, 2012, 2012
    • Co-Author, “Letter from the Co-Chairs”, Published in the Birth Trauma Litigation Group Newsletter, February, 2012
    • Co-Author, “Forcep Deliveries: Are They Worth The Risk?” Published in the Birth Trauma Litigation Group Newsletter, February 2012, 2012
    • Moderator, AAJ’s Litigating Medical Negligence and Injured Infant Cases Seminar – Miami, FL -  April 8-9, 2011
    • Author, “Letter from the Editor”, Published in the Professional Negligence Newsletter, Vol. 18, No. 1, Winter/Spring, 2011
    • Co-Author, “Letter from the Co-Chairs”, Published in the Birth Trauma Litigation Group Newsletter, July, 2011
    • Co-Author, “Letter from the Co-Chairs”, Published in the Birth Trauma Litigation Group Newsletter, January, 2011
    • Co-Ordinated and Moderated a Birth Trauma Conference in Amsterdam, held jointly by the American Association for Justice’s Birth trauma Litigation Group and the Pan European Organization of Personal Injury Lawyers – October, 2011
    • Speaker, MAJ New Lawyers “Expert Deposition Workshop” :  Presentation titled “Cross-Exam of Defendants – Getting Admissions” – November, 2011
    • Moderator, MAJ MedMal Seminar – December 2, 2011
    • Co-Author, “Solving the statute of limitations puzzle for minors in medical malpractice cases”, Published in Michigan Lawyers Weekly, Vol. 25, No. 3, November 29, 2010, 2010
    • Speaker, AAJ 2010 Annual Covention, Birth Trauma Litigation Group Seminar Presentation entitled "Vaginal Birth after Cesarean Section (“VBAC”)" , Speaker/Presenter, American Association For Justice (AAJ), Birth Trauma Litigation Group, 2010
    • Moderator for the Michigan Trial Lawyers Association Medical Malpractice Seminar, Moderator, Michigan Trial Lawyers Association, 2002
    • Legal Writing, Detroit Mercy College of Law, Adjunct Professor, 1988
    • Speaker, Michigan Association for Justice Rapid Fire Seminar entitled "Medical Record Alterations."
    • Jesse Reiter spoke at the American Association for Justice (AAJ) Annual Convention, Professional Negligence Section. His presentation was titled “How to Survive an Amniotic Fluid Embolism (AFE)."
    • “Averting Pre-Term Birth: The Right Care Gives the Best Results,” American Association for Justice Birth Trauma Litigation Group Newsletter, Co-Author, 2016
    • Coodinator and moderator, Birth Trauma Litigation Seminar at the American Association for Justice's Winter Convention, February 10, 2013
    • Quoted in Associated Press article entitled “Lawyering Runs in Jane Beckering’s Family” , October 8, 2006 Quoted in Michigan Lawyers Weekly article entitled “Proposed Michigan Legislation Would Cap Attorney Fees, Limit Right to Contract” , May 28, 2007   Quoted in Michigan Lawyers Weekly Article “Majority rules on `majority’ rule”, Vol. 23, No. 27 May 18, 2009
    • 2008 - Article Reviewer, American Association for Justice, Professional Negligence Law Reporter.
    • Author, "Emergency Cesarean Sections: When 30 Minutes is Not Fast Enough", published in the Birth Trauma Litigation Group Newsletter for July, 2008.
    • Author, "Don't Tolerate Partisan Court", published in Michigan Association for Justice, Advance Sheet, Vol. 18, No. 7, December 2007.
    • Author, "Open Letter to President Bush on Insurance Reform", published in Opinion section, Oakland County Legal News, November 10, 2006 Edition.
    • Author, "President's Column", MTLA Journal, Vol. 40, No. 2, Fall, 2006.
    • Author, "Michigan Doctors Need Insurance Reform", published in Opinion section, Detroit Legal News, April 18, 2006 Edition.
    • Author, "State Doesn't Need Special Interest Courts", published in The Detroit News, April 1, 2006 Edition.
    • Author, "The Purchasing of Our State Supreme Courts: How Goliath is Beating David in Court Rooms Across America", published in the Detroit Legal News, Oakland County Legal News, Michigan Lawyers Weekly, the MTLA Journal and on Buzzflash.com.
    • Author, "Drug Victims Have No Recourse in Michigan," published in The Detroit News, September 14th, 2005 Edition.
    • "Oxytocin: The New ‘High Alert’ Medication", co-authored with Juliana Plastiras, published in the Birth Trauma Litigation Group Newsletter for July, 2009
    • Interviews: Repeat guest on the Charlie Langton Show ( WXYT AM 1270), Interviewed on Ringler Radio - 2007
    • November 12, 2009 - Moderator, MAJ MedMal Seminar entitled "Seeking Recovery for Medical Malpractice in Michigan: Is There Light at the End of the Tunnel?"
    • Invited speaker at the American Association of Nurse Life Care Planners 7th annual Educational Conference in October, 2009.
    • November, 2008 - Moderator, MAJ MedMal Seminar entitled "Your Medical Malpractice Case Still Needs Critical Care: The Essential Updates."
    • November 27, 2007 - Guest Lecturer, University of Detroit Mercy Law School, Lecture entitled "Admissibility of Scientific Evidence : Daubert; Davis-Frye."
    • October 11, 2007 - Moderator, MAJ Medmal Seminar entitled "The Medical Malpractice (ISN'T) For Dummies Seminar."
    • May 4, 2007 - Speaker, Rapid Fire Seminar, Using Focus Groups Early in Discovery: Learning your Strengths and Weaknesses in Time to Make a Difference.
    • January 25, 2007 - Featured Speaker, MAJ 2007 Deposition Workshop - a Legal Workshop for New Lawyers and Student Members.
    • November 2, 2006 - Guest Lecturer, University of Detroit Mercy Law School, Lecture entitled "Admissibility of Scientific Evidence : Daubert; Davis-Frye."
    • October 6, 2006 - Moderator, MAJ Medmal Seminar entitled "Michigan Medmal Law Update Caution: Not for the Faint of Heart."
    • September, 23, 2006 - Speaker/Participant in Mock Trial Presentation - "American Association of Nurse Life Care Planners 6th Annual Educational Conference."
    • May 13, 2006: Speaker, 61st Annual MAJ Banquet.
    • May 22, 2005: Speaker, MAJ Evening Forum: "Daubert/Frye: Using Science to Prove Your Claim." - Topic: Birth Trauma and Daubert/Frye.
    • May 14, 2005: Moderator, 60th Annual MAJ Banquet.
    • May 13, 2005: Speaker, MAJ Annual Rapid Fire Seminar entitled "Focus Groups."
    • December 3, 2004: Moderator, MAJ MedMal Seminar entitled "Medical Malpractice: Winning in a Hostile Environment."
    • November 7, 2003: Moderator, MAJ MedMal Seminar entitled "Medical Malpractice."
    • Author, “Letter from the Editor”, Published in the Professional Negligence Newsletter, Vol. 17, No. 1, Fall 2010

    Verdicts/Settlements:

    • $9 million settlement for a child with HIE, brain damage, cerebral palsy, developmental delays, and cognitive and physical impairments. , 2017
    • Jesse Reiter is referred to in a February 18, 2008 Michigan Lawyer's Weekly article as one of three "medical malpractice gurus” whose cases have consistently ranked among the top verdicts and settlements in the state of Michigan for the past several years. Mr. Reiter's firm, Reiter & Walsh ABC Law Centers, consistently appears on the annual "Million Dollar Verdicts & Settlements" list published by Michigan Lawyer's Weekly. In 2013, firm settlements ranked #6 ($4.75 million), #12 ($3.9 million) and #14 ($3.0 million) among all legal categories in the state.  The firm also had the largest birth trauma and medical malpractice settlement and 5th largest birth trauma and medical malpractice verdict., 2016
    • $2.75 Million Settlement for a child with brain damage and permanent disabilities from delayed delivery; mismanagement of high-risk pregnancy; delayed delivery, 2015
    • $4.35 million awarded to a child that was harmed by doctor’s negligence during labor and delivery, 2015
    • $5.85 for a child with brain damage and kernicterus
    • $1.3 Million for child with cognitive impairments and cerebral palsy due to misdiagnosed and mistreated maternal infection
    • $1.825 Million for child with developmental delays and cognitive impairments due to Pitocin overuse and traumatic injury during labor
    • $987,000 for a child with cognitive impairments due to a delayed emergency C-section
    • $1 Million settlement for child with severe cognitive disabilities due to mishandled macrosomia, traumatic labor and hypoglycemia after birth
    • $2.225 million for a child with Erb’s palsy, cerebral palsy and birth asphyxia from failure to delivery via C-section
    • $6.159 million for a child injured during a vacuum delivery
    • $1.82 million for a child with permant birth injuries
    • $2.65 million for a baby born who suffers permanent disabilities from birth injuries
    • $3.5 million for a breech baby with cerebral palsy and disabilities
    • $3.85 million for a child with hypoxic ischemic encephalopathy (HIE), cerebral palsy and developmental delays. Medical professionals failed to properly handle to intrauterine growth restriction, fetal oxygen deprivation and fetal distress.
    • $1.125 million for a child with cerebral palsy and seizures from improper use of vacuum extractors
    • $1.55 million for a child with cerebral palsy from overventilation after birth and hypocarbia
    • $1.875 million for birth injuries sustained to child as a result of doctor’s negligence
    • $1.95 million for a child with cerebral palsy and developmental delays from delayed C-section and mistreated low amniotic fluid levels
    • $1.995 million for a child with developmental delays, hemiparesis and seizures from mistreated meningitis
    • $2 million for one twin with developmental delays
    • $2.1 million for a twin with HIE, cerebral palsy and developmental delays
    • $2.1 million for twin with cerebral palsy and cognitive impairments from preterm labor
    • $2.25 million for twins with cerebral palsy and I/DD due to delayed C-section
    • $2.475 million for a young child injured during labor and delivery
    • $2.5 million for disk herniations and loss of arm use to driver hit by truck
    • $3.5 million for a child who has cerebral palsy (CP) caused by an untreated maternal infection
    • $3.5 million obtained for child who was injured at birth due to negligence
    • $3.6 million for a child with cerebral palsy and developmental delays due to failure to perform a C-section
    • $3.75 million for a child with cerebral palsy, mental retardation and developmental delays from birth asphyxia and delayed delivery
    • $3.75 million for child with severe cerebral palsy and cognitive deficits from doctors' failure to perform a C-section
    • $3.9 million for a child with brain damage and cerebral palsy from failure to deliver via C-section
    • $3.9 million settlement for a child with cerebral palsy and HIE from delayed C-section
    • $4.5 million awarded to child alleged to have been injured during labor and delivery
    • $4.75 for a child with cerebral palsy due to a delayed C-section and the failure of medical professionals to respond to distress
    • $4.75 million for a child with cerebral palsy, cognitive impairments and delays from birth asphyxia
    • $5.0 million for a child with mental and physical deficits due to undiagnosed cystic PVL
    • $5.9 million for a child with cerebral palsy and kernicterus
    • $6.9 million for a child diagnosed with cerebral palsy from delayed C-section

    Transactions:

    • Not applicable

    Other Outstanding Achievements:

    • Featured in the Ohio Association for Justice's Ohio Trial Member Spotlight, 2017
    • Featured in Michigan Lawyers Weekly article entitled “Tricks of the Trade,” February 18, 2008
    • In a recent Michigan Lawyers Weekly article, Jesse is described as being one of three "medical malpractice gurus" who helped secure "nearly one third of the total 32.6 million in reported settlements." (Michigan Lawyers Weekly, February 18, 2008 Edition, Vol 22, No. 14.)
    • Featured in a Michigan Lawyers Weekly Article entitled "Test Driving Arguments - Focus Groups and Mock Juries Could Mean the Difference Between Winning and Losing" (January 29, 2007 edition)
    • Featured in Michigan Lawyers Weekly article entitled "No Lawyers Allowed" (July 3, 2006 Edition)
    • Featured in a Motion Magazine article entitled "Tudor Takes Triumphant Turn" (Fall, 2008)
    • Jesse Reiter has obtained numerous settlements which have appeared in the Top Reported Verdicts and Settlements section in Michigan Lawyers Weekly. The firm has achieved the following results: 2013 - the 6th, 12th and 14th largest settlements reported, as well as the largest birth trauma and medical malpractice settlement and 5th largest birth trauma and medical malpractice verdict.  2012 - The 18th and 30th largest settlements reported. 2011 - The 5th and 6th largest settlements reported. 2010 - 2nd largest birth trauma settlement reported. 2009 - 4th, 5th and 6th largest birth trauma settlements reported. 2008 - The 3rd Largest Reported MedMal Settlement in the Michigan Lawyers Weekly Million-Dollar Verdicts & Settlements; 2007 - Two settlements in the top Million Dollar Medical Malpractice Settlements Reported; 2006 - Three settlements in the top Million Dollar Medical Malpractice Settlements Reported; 2005 - 3rd Largest Medical Malpractice / Birth Trauma Settlement Reported; 2003 - 3rd and 6th largest medical malpractice / birth trauma settlements Reported; 2002 - 2nd largest medical malpractice / birth trauma verdict reported and 7th highest medical malpractice / birth trauma settlements reported; 2000 - 5th largest medical malpractice / birth trauma verdict reported.

    Videos:

    • At American Baby & Child Law Centers in Michigan, we understand how devastating a birth injury can be for your growing family. Birth injury cases can be incredibly complicated, making it essential for you to choose an attorney who has extensive knowledge about the medical and legal aspects of your situation. Passionate about the work we do, our birth injury lawyers care deeply about each client. Our Michigan based law firm helps children throughout the country, and we focus solely on pregnancy, newborn, and birth injury cases. 
    • About Reiter & Walsh ABC Law Centers

    Educational Background:

    • DePaul University college of Law, J.D., (1987) University of Michigan, B.A., Political Science, High Honors, (1984) Currently: Fellow, American Association for Justice National College of Advocacy

    Industry Groups

    • Birth Injury Cases Only
    Office Location for Jesse M. Reiter

    122 Concord Road
    Bloomfield HIlls, MI 48304

     

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