Daniel X. Robinson is a partner at Nelson, Robinson & El Ashmawy, PLLC and the head of the firm’s personal injury and medical malpractice division. His practice is centered upon guiding individuals through their complex litigation needs before the Courts of the City of New York as well as the surrounding counties. He has successfully represented clients who have been personally injured in all manner of ways, including as a result of the malpractice of physicians, nurses, hospitals, and other medical professionals. His motivating goal is to ensure that his clients receive just compensation for their injuries received due to the negligence of others. This dedication to assisting injured people and their families has resulted in the recovery of millions of dollars on their behalf.
Mr. Robinson began his career as an attorney with the Administration for Children’s Services of the City of New York where he successfully presented countless cases of child neglect and abuse. He further developed his litigation skills as a senior associate with New York’s largest and most prestigious medical malpractice firm in defending New York City hospitals and physicians in medical malpractice actions. It was with this unique blend of civil litigation experience that he began his solo practice in 2011. In 2013, his expanding practice was merged to form Nelson, Robinson & El Ashmawy, PLLC.
Mr. Robinson is a graduate of Fordham University with Bachelor of Arts Degrees in both Political Science and Spanish Language. He received his Juris Doctor from Quinnipiac University School of Law where he was the recipient of numerous advocacy awards. He is admitted to practice before the Courts of the State of New York as well as the State of Connecticut. He has been recognized for his efforts by legal excellence publications, including selection to the Super Lawyers Rising Stars since 2015 and is appointed by the Office of Attorneys for Children of the New York State Supreme Court, Appellate Division, First Department to represent adults and children in proceedings before the Supreme and Family Courts of the County of New York.