Christina Ctorides is a New York personal injury attorney with over 20 years’ experience. She concentrates in the areas of medical malpractice and nursing home litigation. During the course of her career, she has successfully represented children who have suffered brain damage from obstetrical malpractice, and patients who have been injured due to other forms of hospital, physician and nursing errors, including the failure to timely diagnose breast, prostate colon, and bone cancer (Ewing’s Sarcoma), the performance of unnecessary surgeries, and surgical mistakes.
She has represented many patients who have suffered spinal and neurological injuries from surgery. Christina has helped many clients in need receive significant monetary compensation.
Christina has also successfully represented clients who have been injured in significant motor vehicle cases, having achieved a multi-million dollar verdict for a woman run over by a tour bus in Brooklyn, New York.
Additionally, she has handled multiple appeals before the Appellate Courts in New York State.
Representative cases include:
Desau v. Park 283 A.D.2d 263 (1st Dept. 2001)
Hendershot v. Westchester Medical Center 777 N.Y.S.2d 742 (2d Dept. 2003)
Daniels v. Armstrong 42 A.D.3d 558 (2d Dept. 2007)
Christina is a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of New York University from where she received her Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science in 1990.
She obtained her law degree from Brooklyn Law School in 1993. She is admitted to practice law in the States of New York and New Jersey.
Christina grew up in Queens, New York and is fluent in Greek.
- New York University, 1990 B.A.
Phi Beta Kappa
- Brooklyn Law School, 1993 J.D.
- New Jersey State Bar
- New York State Bar
- United States District Court, Southern District of New York
- United States of District Court, Eastern District of New York
- United States District Court, District of New Jersey
- New York State Trial Lawyers Association (NYSTLA)
- New York State Bar Association (NYSBA)
- New Jersey Association for Justice (NJAJ)
- American Association for Justice (AAJ)