NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital/Dr. Darius Paduch Sexual Abuse Investigation
Northwell Health urologist Dr. Darius Paduch has been accused of sexual abuse by multiple former patients in New York
Lieff Cabraser’s Survivors and Victims’ Rights practice group lawyers are investigating reports that NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital and Northwell Health urologist Dr. Darius Paduch sexually abused his urology patients since at least 2015. Even more disturbing are reports Paduch hired an underage intern who watched and videotaped Paduch performing sexual acts on his urology patients and himself over a 2-year period as part of the “internship training.”
Abuse survivors in New York have the right to seek justice in civil court. The attorneys in our firm’s Surviors’ Rights practice group represent individuals nationwide in sexual abuse lawsuits against their physicians, teachers, and clergy accused of sexual abuse. We have won multiple significant settlements over cases of sexual abuse including against the University of Southern California and at the University of Michigan. We have active cases of alleged sexual abuse on behalf of athletes in the NCAA, students at The Hotchkiss School in Connecticut, and children at Devereux Healthcare nationwide.
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If you were sexually abused by, or fear you may have been recorded by Dr. Darius Paduch, we urge you to contact Annika Martin or Mark Chalos in our NY office today about your legal rights and potential recovery. You can call us toll-free at 1 800 541-7358 or use the secure form on this page. There is no charge or obligation for our review of your case, and any information you provide will be held in the strictest confidence.
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