Jonathan Schochor, Baltimore Lawyer
Jon Schochor is listed as one of the most active medical malpractice lawyers in Maryland. His office is in Baltimore.
Jonathan Schochor is a founding partner at Schochor, Federico, and Staton, PA. According to Maryland Judiciary Case search, Schochor has represented clients in 115 cases since Novermber of 2012. Of those cases, 44 were malpractice, 39 were tort, and 15 were civil. Most of the cases were tried in Baltimore City Circuit Court, though a significant amount was tried in Baltimore County Circuit Court, with fewer in Anne Arundel and Prince George’s County Circuit Courts.
Schochor has tried medical malpractice cases ranging from surgical errors to stroke to bowel resection. Recent defendants include University of Maryland Medical System, Johns Hopkins Medical System, Middletown Valley Family Medicine, and HB Medical and Wellness Specialty Services. In searching defendants on InjuryLawyerDatabase, you will find Schochor or his team as the most common lawyers against nearly all hospitals.
Schochor, Federico, and Staton, PA. employs 8 attorneys in addition to Jonathan Schochor: Philip C. Federico, Kerry D Staton, James D. Cardea, Scott P. Kurlander, Jonathan Goldberg, Lauren A. Schochor, Brent Ceryes, and Tara Clary. For the fifth year in a row, the firm’s partners Jonathan Schochor, Philip C. Federico, Kerry D. Staton, James D. Cardea and Scott P. Kurlander were selected as The Best Lawyers in America® 2015 edition in the field of Medical Malpractice Law – Plaintiffs. The firm also received the prestigious Tier 1 ranking for Medical Malpractice Law – Plaintiffs in U.S. News – Best Lawyers® annual edition of “Best Law Firms.”
Jonathan Schochor recently made headlines serving as the lead steering committee lawyer for the $190 million malpractice class action claim against Johns Hopkins’ Dr. Nikita Levy. Levy committed suicide before facing charges of secretly photographing his patients during gynecological and obstetrical exams. In 2012, Schochor was in the news for being a part of a legal team that reached a $123 million settlement against Delaware pediatrician Earl Bradley. Bradley was found guilty of sexually abusing and raping more than 900 of his underage patients over a 15-year period. $90 million of the settlement was put into a pool for victims, which will be distributed based on different categories and severities of the abuse suffered.
Last updated November 14, 2014