Larry Waranch is an AV rated trial lawyer and a founding partner of Waranch & Brown. His practice focuses primarily on medical malpractice defense, medical licensure matters, administrative defense and general liability.
Since 1978, Mr. Waranch has litigated numerous, serious cases of alleged medical negligence. He has also tried many high exposure claims of product liability, automobile negligence and premises liability. He has been involved in jury trials in the State and Federal Courts and has argued appellate cases at all levels of the Maryland Courts. He has represented physicians of many different specialties in a wide variety of licensure and credentialing matters.
Mr. Waranch is National Counsel to Podiatry Insurance Company of America for which he represents podiatrists in medical malpractice and licensure matters throughout the United States. He also serves as National Advisor to Podiatry Insurance Company of America in complex cases around the country, in insurance coverage disputes, and cases involving excess exposure.
Mr. Waranch graduated with honors from Rutgers University School of Law. He received his B.A., Magna Cum Laude with Special Distinction, from Boston University, where he was elected to Phi Beta Kappa.
Larry Waranch has been identified as one of Maryland’s medical malpractice “Super Lawyers” by Maryland Super Lawyers Magazine and is an elected member of the American Board of Trial Advocates. In addition, Mr. Waranch served as Chairman of the Governor’s Executive Advisory Council Task Force on Automobile Liability Insurance as well as Chairman of the Baltimore City Task Force on Food and Hunger. He has also chaired various Bar Association Committees and remains an active member of the Maryland State and Baltimore County Bar Associations.
Mr. Waranch has lectured extensively at University of Maryland School of Law, University of Baltimore School of Law and Stevenson University on subjects including Medical Malpractice, Torts, Insurance Law, Civil Litigation, Depositions and Alternative Dispute Resolution. Mr. Waranch is a member of the adjunct faculty of the University of Maryland School of Medicine where he teaches Fellows in the Forensic Psychiatry Program. He is a former member of the faculty of the Shemer Bar Review Course where he taught Torts. He has also presented numerous seminars to professional meetings of physicians and other healthcare providers, as well as to claims managers and staff at insurance companies and hospitals.
Mr. Waranch has authored two books on the subject of the representation of children in abuse and neglect cases.