Kenneth M. Levine is a retired attorney and an experienced legal consultant who advises trial attorneys nationwide in complex obstetrical brachial plexus birth injury cases. . He has represented clients in many types of birth injury cases but is well known for his legal representation for the families of newborns with injuries often suffered at birth.
While at Kenneth Levine & Associates, Ken developed a specialty and national reputation in the litigation of birth injury cases, in particular cases concerning infants who suffered brain damage at birth and erbs palsy/brachial plexus injuries. Ken Levine was the most recognized and successful attorney in the country for erbs palsy/brachial plexus injury cases. Ken represented families in birth injury, brain damage and erbs palsy/brachial plexus cases in more than forty states across the country. Mr. Levine also has been a trial consultant for birth injury cases in England, Canada, Australia, Ireland and Turkey.
Ken Levine has authored several articles concerning medical malpractice and trial practice issues which have been published in both legal and medical journals. Ken has lectured in Florida, Illinois, Washington State, Washington, D.C., Pennsylvania Maryland, Massachusetts, New York and other states on legal and medical subjects and has lectured at the Massachusetts General Hospital Annual Symposium on Law Medicine and Ethics as well as the annual convention of the American College of Emergency Physicians. He was a longtime member of the Boston Inn of Court, the Association of Trial Lawyers of America and Birth Trauma Litigation Group, the Massachusetts Bar Association, the American College of Legal Medicine, the American Society of Law, Medicine and Ethics, and the Million Dollar Advocates Forum.