Phoenix Office:
One E. Washington St.
Suite 1600
Phoenix, AZ 85004-2553
Wickenburg Office:
579 West Wickenburg Way
Suite 4
Wickenburg, AZ 85390
Tucson Office:
One S. Church Ave.
Suite 1900
Tucson, AZ 85701-1627
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Carol M. Romano
Carol M. Romano
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Medical Malpractice and Healthcare Litigation
Employment Law and Litigation
Product Liability Litigation
Professional Liability
Administrative Law and Regulatory Investigations
Accident and Personal Injury Litigation
Alternative Dispute Resolution

Carol M. Romano
Carol Romano is an accomplished trial attorney, who has practiced in many areas of civil litigation, including medical malpractice, products liability, general insurance defense, employment law and toxic torts. She has litigated and tried cases with multi-million dollar exposure for insurance carriers, corporate entities and individuals.

Carol is AV® Preeminent™ rated by Martindale-Hubbell®, representing the highest rating in legal ability and ethical standards.

She is an adjunct professor at Arizona Summit Law School and a frequent speaker at seminars and conferences.

Seton Hall University (J.D., 1985)
Seton Hall University (B.A., 1982, magna cum laude)

New Jersey (1985)
U.S. District Court, District of New Jersey (1985)
U.S. Court of Appeals, Third Circuit (1991)
Arizona (1994)
U.S. District Court, District of Arizona (1995)

American Bar Association
State Bar of Arizona
American Society for Healthcare Risk Management
American Society for Pharmacy Law
American Health Lawyers Association
Defense Research Institute
Arizona Society of Human Resource Management
Claims and Litigation Management Alliance

Estate of Maudsley v. META Services, 227 Ariz. 430, 258 P.3d 248 (App. 2011)
Coons v. USP Phoenix, Inc. 210/WL/2927-400 (App. 2010)
Bailey-Null v. Value Options 221 Ariz. 63, 209 P.3d 1059 (App. 2009)
Burkinshaw v. Heap, 2007 WL 5446662 (App. 2007)
Bellow v. Hurley Limousines, 249 N.J. Super. (App. 1990)
Vasil V. Zullo, 238 N.J. Super. 572 (App. 1990)
In re Farrell, 108 N.J. 335 (1987)

“Reasonable Accommodations: Does George Costanza Need his Own Bathroom?” American Society for Human Resource Management (2015)
Editor, NCMIC Examiner (2006–2012)
“Can You Detect These Problem Patients?” NCMIC Examiner (2010)
“Credibility of Doctor and Computerized Records” NCMIC Examiner (2010)
“Failure to X-Ray Impacts Case” NCMIC Examiner (2009)
“Off-the-Record Treatment Hinders Doctor’s Case” NCMIC Examiner (2009)