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About Us

Aggressive Representation with Compassion and Caring

Advocating for individuals and Families in Medical Malpractice and Catastrophic Personal Injury Cases

Bennett & Heyman has more than 70 years of collective experience fighting for the rights of individuals in medical malpractice and catastrophic personal injury cases. We have has recovered hundreds of millions of dollars on behalf of our clients in cases including:

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Medical Malpractice:

  • Wrongful death
  • Birth injuries (Cerebral Palsy, Erb’s Palsy and other life altering conditions)
  • Misdiagnosis or failure to diagnose life threatening conditions such as cancer
  • Surgical injuries
  • Hospital Negligence
  • Traumatic brain injuries
  • Spinal cord injuries
  • Nursing home abuse and neglect
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Personal Injury:

  • Motor vehicle accidents
  • Catastrophic personal injury
  • Injuries from defective products

Firm Philosophy

At Bennett & Heyman, all clients are treated as if they were our own family members. That is the advantage of working with Roger Bennett and Fred Heyman and their legal team. Being a small boutique law firm representing the interests of individuals and families provides Bennett & Heyman the unique opportunity to deliver the most personalized attention to all of its clients.

We take every case personally. When you call our office, you speak directly to Roger Bennett or Fred Heyman. With a highly trained, experienced, and dedicated staff including a legal nurse consultant and litigation paralegals, the firm’s mandate is to treat our clients the way we’d want to be treated ourselves under very difficult circumstances and to make every individual who comes to us for help feel as if they are our only client. While past results is no guarantee of future results, our dedication to personalized attention coupled with the most experienced and aggressive representation ensures the best outcomes in all our cases. This aggressive representation has won hundreds of millions of dollars on behalf of our clients, and our culture of compassion, caring and understanding has helped so many individuals and families through the most trying of times.

If medical negligence or a catastrophic personal injury has turned your or a loved one’s life upside down, turn to the experienced litigators at Bennett & Heyman where they will be with you every step of the way to help you recover, both emotionally and financially.

The History of Bennett & Heyman, P.A

Bennett & Heyman, P.A. can trace its heritage back to 1870, when Wilsons Burns Trundle founded a law office in Baltimore City.

In 1902, Trundle’s nephew, Edwin Trundle Dickerson, began to practice law with his uncle, which, in 1911, led to a more formal law partnership under the name of Trundle & Dickerson. That same year, Trundle was elected president of the Baltimore City Bar Association.

Wilson Burns Trundle died in 1914. Five years later, Edwin Trundle Dickerson formed a partnership with Harry Whinna Nice. In 1928, Max Sokol joined the firm of Dickerson & Nice to form Dickerson, Nice & Sokol. Subsequently, in 1936, Dickerson was appointed to the Supreme Bench of Baltimore City and served there until 1948, when he returned to practice with Dickerson, Nice & Sokol.

After forming his partnership with Dickerson, Nice was appointed a member of the Appeals Tax Court for Baltimore City. From 1935 to 1939, Nice served as Maryland’s third Republican Governor. After leaving office, he continued to practice with Dickerson, Nice & Sokol until his death in 1941.

Deely K. Nice, Harry’s nephew, was admitted to the bar in 1931 and joined the firm. He was subsequently appointed to three different judicial positions: Chief Justice of the People’s Court of Baltimore City, Chief Justice of the Appeal Tax Court , and Associate Judge of the Supreme Bench of Baltimore City. Judge Nice held the latter position until his death in 1956.

During Nice’s tenure, Emanuel H. Horn joined the organization in 1946. He continued their tradition of excellence in civil litigation practice, and his then-son-in-law, Roger J. Bennett, joined the firm in 1968.

Senior Partner Roger Bennett established the firm’s reputation of preeminence in personal injury litigation, particularly medical malpractice. Today, the firm continues as Bennett & Heyman, P.A., with principals Roger J. Bennett and Frederic C. Heyman.

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Why do people choose us? Results

  • $10.25 Million
    Personal Injury Case

  • $4.75 Million
    Obstetrical Malpractice

  • $4.5 Million
    Personal Injury Settlement

  • $3.6 Million
    Obstetrical Malpractice

  • $1.79 Million
    Car Accident Case

  • $1.52 Million
    False Arrest & Assault