|Publication:||Super Lawyers Magazine|
|Attorney(s):||Thomas A. Moore / Judith A. Livingston|
|Summary:||A Super Lawyers Magazine article in September 2008 profiled Thomas Moore and Judith Livingston, presenting them as "one of the most successful couples in legal history at helping victims of medical malpractice." After decades of marriage, the magazine reported, they remain as dedicated to each other as they are to their work, at the law firm Kramer, Dillof, Livingston & Moore.|
The article featured detailed summaries of several cases that led to verdicts of $26 million, $29 million, and $14 million. Even more noteworthy, the article continued, many of Moore's and Livingston's cases have led directly to medical reforms.
In a case that ended in a multi-million-dollar settlement, the clients, a couple with a brain-damaged son, marveled at how Thomas Moore and Judith Livingston "learned everything about" their son, addressing his "physical, emotional and educational needs, the technology and support he would require and most important, the possibilities of where [he] could go in life rather than what his disabilities prevented him from doing."