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Noteworthy Case

Through our decades in practice, our team at Theodoros & Rooth, P.C. has been involved in some high-profile cases and claims of note. We have highlighted one of these to give you an idea of the level of litigation we can handle and the type of opponent we can take on. Our success has fueled our reputation as hard-hitting Northwest Indiana personal injury attorneys who will do whatever it takes to protect the injured.

The Runaway Doctor

Theodoros & Rooth, P.C. founder Barry D. Rooth played a key role in a case involving Dr. Mark Weinberger, M.D., dubbed “The Runaway Doctor” by Vanity Fair. In this highly publicized case, Barry represented over 280 plaintiffs against Weinberger, who was accused of performing hundreds of unnecessary surgeries for financial gain. In 2004, Weinberger disappeared without a trace. It was 5 years before he was found, living in the Alps near Courmayeur, Italy. Extradited to the United States, he plead guilty to 22 counts of healthcare fraud. Barry secured a global settlement for his clients from the Indiana Patient’s Compensation Fund.

Please feel free to review this noteworthy case, or call our offices at (219) 212-2462 to discuss your unique case and concerns.

The Theodoros And Rooth, P.C. Difference

  • Serving the Injured
    for Over a Century

    Our attorneys have over 110 years of combined experience.

  • A Solid Reputation
    for Success

    We were voted one of America's Best Law Firms in Indiana.

  • Making Northwest
    Indiana a Better Place

    We pride ourselves on making our community safer.

  • Highly Respected by the Legal Community

    Our firm has been a trusted name in law for many decades.

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