Ms. Silverman has dedicated her entire legal career to defending healthcare providers facing allegations of malpractice, HIPAA violations, peer review and credentialing issues, civil rights violations, and regulatory misconduct. She received her law degree from Case Western Reserve University School of Law and is admitted to practice in New York and Virginia. She has spent over 17 years trying over 30 cases to verdict and negotiating favorable settlements on behalf of medical providers. Ms. Silverman has successfully defended numerous § 1983 civil rights claims brought against correctional health care providers; representing licensees before regulatory agencies; and assisting physicians in HIPAA, credentialing matters, and peer review investigations. She has repeatedly been recognized by Virginia Lawyers Weekly for excellence in achieving top defense verdicts. She has received the distinguished AV Preeminent rating from Martindale-Hubbell.
Ms. Silverman’s dedication, passion, and commitment to defending healthcare providers comes from personal experience. Prior to becoming a lawyer, Ms. Silverman was an accomplished critical care registered nurse who worked side-by-side with other healthcare providers saving lives. She has brought that same passion and commitment to defending healthcare providers in and out of the courtroom. “I spent years being one of them. I know the commitment, dedication, and personal sacrifice healthcare providers bring to the bedside with a single purpose – saving lives. It is now incumbent on me to represent them with the same tireless dedication, commitment, and passion they deserve.”
St. Joseph’s College, B.S.
Case Western University School of Law, J.D.