81 Main Street
White Plains, NY 10601
Areas of Practice
Medical Liability Defense
Tulane University Law School, J.D., 2005
Duke University, B.A., 2000
Katherin M. Crossling
Katherin Crossling, a Partner at HPMB, joined the firm in 2011. She focuses her practice on medical malpractice, premises liability, asbestos litigation defense and risk management. She has experience managing the litigation of complex matters including the defense of physicians, practice groups and institutions in high exposure cases. She has successfully moved for summary judgment in a variety of cases ranging from allegations concerning management of geriatric patients to Ob/Gyn care. She has been named a Super Lawyers Rising Star 2015-2018.
As part of an HPM&B trial team, Katherin has taken a defense verdict on a birth injury case in Bronx County. Prior to joining the firm, Katherin gained significant trial experience prosecuting long term investigations involving felony weapons and human trafficking as an Assistant District Attorney in Bronx County, New York.
Katherin has a technical background in the sciences with a focus on medicine. She earned her undergraduate degree from Duke University where her studies included a cancer immunotherapy research exchange with the Weitzmann Institute of Science in Rehovot, Israel and an internship at the Duke University Medical Center. Katherin has published as a lead author in the Journal of Soil Biology and Biochemistry and as part of a research team in Nature Journal.
A public servant at heart, Katherin currently devotes much of her spare time to her local school district where she founded a not for profit after school STEM enrichment program for elementary students. She was recently elected as Trustee to the Ossining Board of Education.
Verdicts & Cases
Summary Judgment Dismissal
HPM&B recently obtained summary judgment dismissal...Read More
Lapse in Treatment Leads to Case Dismissal
Partner Katherin Crossling, Esq. successfully moved for summary judgment on behalf of a prominent New York City hospital, arguing that the plaintiff had a 2.5 year gap in medical care for an abscess and could not establish a...Read More