Rebecca S. Walsh - Reiter & Walsh, P.C.

Rebecca S. Walsh

Listed in Best Lawyers since 2013
Phone: 248-593-5100

Rebecca Walsh began her career working in the insurance industry both as a claims adjuster and as defense counsel. She also taught Legal Methods at Cooley Law School as an adjunct professor. In 2010, she was accepted at the Gerry Spence Trial Lawyers College and successfully completed that program in July, 2010. For the past 20 years, she has worked as a trial attorney on many high profile personal injury lawsuits, successfully obtaining numerous verdicts and settlements in excess of $1 million. Ms. Walsh is a member of the American Association for Justice's Birth Trauma Litigation Group. She is also a sustaining member of the Michigan Association for Justice, where she serves on the executive board and on several committees, including the Executive Board, Amicus Committee, and Chair of the Daubert section of the Amicus Committee. Her recent accolades include Best Lawyers in America 2013-2015; selection by Michigan Lawyers Weekly as one of the 2012 Women in the Law; and Michigan Super Lawyers in 2010-2015. Ms. Walsh is frequently invited to speak on legal issues, including insurance litigation and trial practices, and has published several articles on these topics.

Central Michigan UniversityBSBA 1988Thomas M. Cooley Law SchoolJ.D. 1991
American Association for JusticeAmerican Association for Justice, Birth Trauma Litigation GroupMichigan Association for JusticeMichigan Association for Justice, Executive BoardRonald McDonald House of Southeastern Michigan, Board of DirectorsMichigan Asssociation for Justice, Amicus CommitteeMichigan Association for Justice, Daubert/Causation CommitteeFederal Bar Association, 2008-2010 Justice Caucus Board of Directors, 2009 – 2012Huron Valley School BoardState Bar of MichiganOakland Gymnastics Booster Club

Case History

$6.9 million

$6.9 million settlement for a baby with cerebral palsy as a result of delivery errors.

$5.0 million

$5.0 million for a child with mental and physical deficits due to undiagnosed cystic PVL.

$4.5 million

$4.5 million awarded to child for damages that were alleged to have occurred during the labor and delivery process.

$4.425 million

$4.425 million awarded to a child that was harmed by doctor's negligence during labor and delivery.

$3.9 million — $3.9 million awarded to a young girl with motor delays and mild cerebral palsy.
$3.85 million

$3.85 million for a child who has CP from HIE because physicians failed to respond to intrauterine growth restriction, oxygen deprivation, and fetal distress.

$3.75 million

$3.75 million for child with cerebral palsy and cognitive deficits due to lack of oxygen and delayed C-section in an ill-advised VBAC birth.

Office Location

122 Concord Road
Bloomfield Hills, MI 48304
United States

Practice Areas

Medical Malpractice Law - Plaintiffs
Personal Injury Litigation - Plaintiffs

Other Information

Gender: Female