Maryland Attorney Roger Weinberg
Roger Weinberg is a skilled and experienced attorney who has pioneered the legal field of representing Nursing Home, Assisted Living, and Developmental Disability victims and their families who have experienced abuse, neglect and wrongful death. He is a leader in this field and teaches other lawyers, students and medical personnel about the laws impacting such cases.
In 2001, Mr. Weinberg founded and was the first chairperson of the Maryland Trial Lawyer’s Association’s Nursing Home Litigation Section (now MAJ). He is also active nationally in nursing home and assisted living legal issues, having lectured and written numerous articles for the American Association for Justice and the Maryland Association for Justice to educate other attorneys.
As a leader in his field, Mr. Weinberg obtained a $1 million verdict against an assisted living facility in Hartford County, Maryland, due to the neglect of a patient. Very few Maryland attorneys have obtained a verdict in long-term care cases. Mr. Weinberg and his staff understand that there must be legal consequences when a facility fails to live up to the trust placed in it by loving families.
“Whether it’s a fall, septic shock, an infection, neglect or an unexplained death, we work hard to find out what happened and pursue legal action when appropriate.”
Mr. Weinberg, who has been an attorney since 1983, also handles serious personal injuries and wrongful death cases outside the nursing home and assisted living realm. He is a father of five children and grandfather to seven grandkids.
- University of Baltimore – J.D. (1983)
- Syracuse University – B.S. Biology (1978)
- Maryland Bar (1983)
Professional Associations & Awards
- American Association for Justice (AAJ)
- Maryland Association for Justice (MAJ) – founding chair of Nursing Home Section
- SuperLawyers Award – 2019 & 2020
Mr. Weinberg has been a guest lecturer on legal issues related to nursing home abuse and neglect at the following universities:
- University of Maryland
- University of Baltimore
- Johns Hopkins University