Cheryl Eisberg Moin

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Top Rated Personal Injury Attorney in New York, NY

Hill & Moin LLP
 | 2 Wall Street Suite 301, New York, NY 10005
Phone: 5164870242
Selected To Super Lawyers: 2014 - 2020
Licensed Since: 1981
Practice Areas:
  • Personal Injury - General: Plaintiff (70%),
  • Personal Injury - Medical Malpractice: Plaintiff (20%),
  • Personal Injury - Products: Plaintiff (10%)
    Attorney Profile

    As a partner at Hill & Moin LLP, Cheryl Eisberg Moin is committed to representing clients in the New York City metro area. She focuses her practice on high-end personal injury and wrongful death, handling cases that involve construction accidents, product liability, premises liability, medical malpractice, motor vehicle accidents and caregiver accidents.

    Ms. Moin earned a bachelor's degree from Queens College, a part of the City University of New York, graduating magna cum laude. She went on to receive her Juris Doctor from St. John's University School of Law in 1980. During her time in law school, Ms. Moin made the dean's list.

    Litigating on behalf of clients, Ms. Moin is committed to building a strong case that seeks both justice and compensation. With more than 30 years of experience, she understands that successful cases require an attorney to work closely with victims and their families. Her precision has garnered milestone decisions as well as multimillion-dollar verdicts. Handling more than 200 appellate cases, Ms. Moin has obtained reversals on even the most intricate cases. For her efforts, she has received the highest rating possible of AV Preeminent* from Martindale-Hubbell. The New York State Trial Lawyers Association presented Ms. Moin with the President's Award and Yashar, the Attorneys and Judges Chapter of Hadassah, the Women's Zionist Organization of America, honored Ms. Moin as Woman of the Year.

    Widely sought for her legal experience, Ms. Moin has delivered lectures to both peers and students. She also appeared on the radio several times to share her thoughts regarding ongoing cases. She holds memberships, and has served in leadership capacities, with the New York State Trial Lawyers Association and the New York County Lawyers' Association.

    * AV Preeminent and BV Distinguished are certification marks of Reed Elsevier Properties Inc., used in accordance with the Martindale-Hubbell certification procedures, standards and policies. Martindale-Hubbell is the facilitator of a peer review rating process. Ratings reflect the confidential opinions of members of the bar and the judiciary. Martindale-Hubbell ratings fall into two categories: legal ability and general ethical standards.

    Practice Areas
    • 70%Personal Injury - General: Plaintiff
    • 20%Personal Injury - Medical Malpractice: Plaintiff
    • 10%Personal Injury - Products: Plaintiff
    Focus Areas

    Motor Vehicle Accidents, Personal Injury - Plaintiff, Slip and Fall, Wrongful Death, Dram Shop Laws, Construction Accident, Brain Injury, Sexual Abuse - Plaintiff, Trucking Accidents, Premises Liability - Plaintiff, Delayed or Incorrect Diagnosis, Informed Consent, Motor Vehicle Defects, Products Liability


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    Super Lawyers: 2014 - 2020

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    About Cheryl Moin

    Admitted: 1981, New York

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    • Received in appreciation for assistance and dedication, President's Award, New York State Trial Lawyers Associaton, 1995
    • Dean's list, St. John's University School of Law, 1980
    • For pursuing civil remedies for seriously injured parties, Women of Achievement Nominee, Nassau County Executive, 2014
    • Woman of the Year, Yashar, the Attorneys and Judges Chapter of Hadassah, 1995
    • Hill & Moin LLP named 2015 Litigator Award Winner. Having been conferred this prestigious National Award, the firm ranks among the Top 1% of all lawyers for: Construction Accidents, Premises Liability and Catastrophic Injury Litigation. , Hill & Moin Receives Prestigious 2015 Litigator Award, Trial Lawyers Board of Regents, 2015
    • For leadership in the Judges' and Attorneys' Chapter of Hadassah, National Leadership Award, Hadassah, 2014
    • AV Preeminent* from Martindale-Hubbell

    Bar/Professional Activity:

    • Member, Attorneys' and Judges' Chapter, Nassau Region, Yashar, the Attorneys and Judges Chapter of Hadassah
    • Member, New York County Lawyers Association, Appellate Courts Committee, 1991
    • Chair, Downtown Lawyers Organization, 2007
    • President, Attorneys' and Judges' Chapter, Nassau Region, Yashar, the Attorneys and Judges Chapter of Hadassah, 1998 - 2000
    • Chair, Amicus Brief Committee, New York State Trial Lawyers Association, 1993 - 1996
    • New York, 1981
    • Member Board of Directors, New York State Trial Lawyers Association, 1993 - 1999

    Scholarly Lectures/Writings:

    • Author of "10 Tips for Juggling Family and Work Responsibilities", Trial Magazine, September, 1996
    • "Balancing Family and Management Responsibilities," American Association for Justice, 1996
    • "Evaluating Personal Injury Claims: The Initial Interview", Continuing Legal Education, St. John's University School of Law, 1996
    • "Appeals From the Inside Out, An Introduction – Preparing For And Presenting Oral Argument," Continuing Legal Education, St. John's University School of Law, 1997
    • "Secrets of Winning in the Court Of Appeals – Writing A Winning Brief," Continuing Legal Education, St. John's University School of Law, 1997
    • "How to Litigate Cases In The Appellate Division – Motion Practice," Continuing Legal Education, New York County Lawyers' Association, 1999


    • $10 Million for a premises fall. $6.5 MILLION settlement for medical negligence in treating a stroke patient. OVER $4 MILLION judgment collected for the landlord’s negligence causing a skull fracture and brain injuries to a young boy. $2.5 Million settlement of a malpractice action for medical errors in the delivery of a baby causing brain damage. $2.5 Million for an injured party when a ceiling crashed on him. $2.45 Million dollar settlement for a woman struck by a van. $2.25 Million settlement for a retired man injured by a doctor’s error. $2 million dollar settlement at trial for a union carpenter, who suffered a crushing arm injury caused by a falling form wall on a Manhattan construction site. $2 Million dollar settlement for a customer injured in a supermarket. $1.9 Million verdict for a construction worker who was struck by a wooden plank and fractured his collarbone. $1.76 Million for a fall in a public school. $1.7 Million for an automobile accident victim. $1.6 Million settlement for worker who fell from scaffold at construction worksite. $1.5 Million settlement of a malpractice action for a brain damaged mother involving medical errors in the delivery of her baby. $1.5 Million settlement for bedsores suffered by a senior after surgery. $1.5 Million award to a woman for nerve damage sustained when a camera tripod fell on her foot. $1.4 Million verdict for a pedestrian struck by a taxi cab. $1.25 Million for a delivery worker injured at the Fulton Fish Market. $1.25 Million for a construction worker when his ladder fell. $1.25 Million settlement for a bicyclist struck by an ambulance. $1.2 Million settlement for a tourist who fell on a broken sidewalk and suffered a serious eye injury. $1.125 million settlement at trial for the pain and suffering of a laborer who fell from a ladder while removing an air duct during  renovation of commercial space in Manhattan. $1.2 Million settlement for a tourist who fell on a broken sidewalk and suffered a serious eye injury. $1.075 Million for a laborer injured in a ladder collapse. $1 Million settlement for a fall from a ladder collapse. $1 Million for a worker injured in a scaffolding accident. $975,000 settlement to a construction worker who fell off a scaffold. $950,000 settlement for a fall from a ladder. $950,000 settlement for a worker fell in a garage. $900,000 settlement for a construction worker struck by a falling object. $925,000 settlement for 54 year old garage worker injured in a garage floor collapse. $875,000 settlement for a trip and fall on a defective sidewalk. $850,000 settlement for a beverage distributor driver who slipped and fell on snow and ice. $850,000 settlement for a plumber struck by falling bricks at a construction site. $787,500 settlement for a passenger injured in a livery cab accident. $775,000 settlement for injuries sustained in a bus collision. $750,000 settlement for a New York construction worker who fell down a defective stairway while on the job. $750,000 settlement for a woman who fell on wet stairs. $750,000 award for chiropractic malpractice. $700,000 settlement for a home health aide who fell in the subway. $700,000 settlement for a construction worker’s hand injury. $650,000 to a school bus driver who fell down rotted exterior steps of a school. $650,000 settlement for a medical malpractice claim where a doctor failed to treat an infection. $650,000 settlement for an eye injury caused by a doctor's negligence. $625,000 settlement for an asbestos worker injured when a ladder collapsed. $600,000 for a senior citizen injured when walking by a construction site. $600,000 settlement for a 69 Year old Puerto Rican man struck by construction site door. $600,000 settlement for a martial arts student who suffered an eye injury. $600,000 settlement for a passenger in an automobile accident. $550,000 settlement for a fall from a ladder. $550,000 settlement for a contractor who was injured on a construction site. $550,0000 settlement for a senior citizen who fell in a bank. $550,000 settlement for a worker who fell through a hole into a basement. $550,000 settlement for a medical malpractice case where a patient was seriously injured due to a hospital error which occurred during surgery. $550,000 settlement after trial for a knee injury suffered during an intersection collision. $546,000 verdict for the victim of a stairway fall. $525,000 settlement for a painter who fell from a ladder. $515,000 settlement for man injured while at work at New York Sports Club on unleveled elevator. $500,000.00 for a pedestrian struck by a vehicle after his first attorney abandoned his case. $500,000 settlement for a Ukrainian electrician who was struck by a car. $500,000 settlement for a maintenance worker injured when an elevator mis-leveled. $500,000 to a 93 year old woman struck by a truck. $500,000 to a young mother struck by a van. $500,000 settlement for a painter injured in a car accident. $500,000 settlement against a utility company for a sidewalk trip and fall. $500,000 settlement for an eye injury suffered from a falling object on a construction site. $450,000.00 for a worker who fell from a height while making repairs. $450.000 for a bellman who fell at work. $425,000.00 for a construction worker injured while hoisting materials. $425,000 for a Russian Woman who fractured her wrist after falling on the sidewalk. $370,000.00 for a fall on a defective sidewalk during a snowfall. $325,000.00 for a slip and fall on ice. $300,000.00 for a senior who tripped and fell on a raised sidewalk in front of a building. $300,000.00 for a slip and fall on ice after exiting a car. And many, many more... Note: Each settlement or verdict is based on the merits and specifics of the case and your results may vary accordingly., 1900

    Representative Clients:

    • "I had a pretty nasty bicycle accident... A driver opened his door right as I was approaching the car. I landed on my left side breaking my left elbow and hip. I was put in touch with Hill & Moin, I can recommend them highly... You can depend on them..."S. Baum
    • Hill & Moin communicated with me all the way. At my previous law firm there was no communication. Everything worked out in my best interest and I'm really happy! I appreciate what they did and they really did a good job. Gladys Robinson
    • "On my way to work, I tripped and fell in the train station... I went to Hill & Moin and they all treated me like family. I had my settlement and it was more than I expected it to be... I'm very happy!." M. Thomas
    • “I was a spry 87 year old gent who loved to walk. In 2009, I was admitted to the hospital. My leg was broken there. The medical staff had medicated me and left me on a high gurney. I fell off and was found unconscious on the floor. Even though I was an old man, with not very many years left on this earth, without hesitation, you took my case… the recovery amount you were able to win for me has allowed me to provide something for each of my three children.”SWT
    • "I was deeply impressed by the actions that you took on my behalf. You gave me hope that I can at least be heard in a city of millions of voices. I was made to feel welcome and honored from the moment that I entered the door of Hill & Moin. With warmth and sincere admiration and thanks". Robert Fink

    Educational Background:

    • Queens College of the City University of New York, B.A., magna cum laude, 1977
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    2 Wall Street Suite 301
    New York, NY 10005

    Phone: 5164870242

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