Stuart Manzione focuses on medical malpractice and professional negligence, defending physicians, dentists, hospitals and nursing homes. Some cases also take him into other areas of the law, including negligence matters involving serious and/or catastrophic injury and death.
In a recent case before the Nassau County Supreme Court, Manzione successfully defended a surgeon against a patient who claimed Manzione’s client failed to provide swift and proper medical attention. Manzione’s concise representation of his client led to the jury ruling in his favor.
After earning his juris doctor degree from St. John’s University School of Law in 1987, Manzione joined Furey & Furey, P.C. and has been a partner since 1995. He is a member of the Trial LawyersAssociation of Nassau and Suffolk Counties and he has lectured to physicians about risk reduction strategies pertaining to patient care.
In 1998 Manzione joined with other parents to found the Young Autism Program Charitable Foundation. During the five years he served as the group’s president, he provided funding for the Young Autism Program at Developmental Disabilities Institute.