Mr. Brenna currently concentrates his practice and serves of counsel to the profession in catastrophic personal injury, Estate Litigation, Estate and Medicaid Planning, Military and Constitutional Law, and General Litigation. He has devoted his practice to the concept that no Goliath should remain unchallenged or unchecked, and that every David deserves competent representation. He has represented People injured by bad drugs, and Litigated against Big Pharma, regardless of the size of the wrongdoer, and he represents injured workers for claims arising out of labor Law section 240 also known as the “scaffolding law.” He represents victims of defective products, including a case that was featured on the front page of the New York Times regarding a products liability case prosecuted against a pharmaceutical company. His litigation career has included successfully representing victims of pharmacy prescription errors, catastrophically injured victims of auto manufacturing defects, as well as representing people who have been harmed by drunken drivers and negligent trucking corporations.
He has also practiced extensively in the areas of Estate Probate, Administration of Estates, Trusts Estate Planning, Medicaid Planning, and End of Life Care Planning and the Necessary Drafting of All Relevant Documentary Directives, and all facets of the practice which… Read More