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Darius Paduch Victims and Family Testify in Criminal Trial

By Thomas P. Giuffra

The criminal trial of Dr. Darius Paduch is underway in New York federal court. Jurors have heard opening statements from lawyers as well as some of Paduch’s victims. One of the more impactful witnesses was the mother of one of Paduch’s victims who testified that her son’s personality drastically changed after his encounter with Paduch.

Paduch is charged with multiple counts of sexual abuse. The majority of the abuse occurred during physical examinations Paduch conducted as a urologist. Paduch would abuse his patients under the guise of urological examinations.

As a lawyer who represents many Paduch victims, I [Attorney Thomas Giuffra] have heard firsthand of the traumatic effects this sexual abuse has had on these men. They have suffered both physically and emotionally and the emotional scars will remain with them. It is unclear if Dr. Paduch is capable of appreciating the damage he has wrought on these men. They came to him with trust and confidence as most people do when they visit a doctor. However, they were left damaged and broken.

Those who have been abused by Paduch are still coming forward which is typical in cases of sexual abuse. If you or a loved one have been assaulted by Dr. Paduch, please feel free to contact me for a free confidential review of your case.

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Thomas P. Giuffra, Partner

Thomas specializes in the litigation and trial of significant civil sexual assault, medical malpractice, personal injury, mass tort, and product liability actions. His innovative approach has led to 20 verdicts and numerous settlements in excess of one million dollars on behalf of his clients, including a recent landmark verdict for $58 Million. He has been recognized as "outstanding in the field of advocacy" nationally and internationally.

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