Susan B. Ramsey, R.N., Esq.
Ms. Ramsey’s professional experience began as a Registered Nurse in the Intensive Care Unit at Yale New Haven Hospital. While pursuing her Bachelor’s Degree, she was a counselor with the New Haven Rape Crisis Program. During her time with the Program, Ms. Ramsey counseled sexual assault survivors and performed seminars for local police departments, universities, and high schools.
During her time working as a registered nurse, Ms. Ramsey decided to attend law school. Ms. Ramsey graduated from CUNY Law School, and is admitted in several different state and federal bars.
She has spoken and presented publications for a number of organizations, including nursing and paralegal institutions. She has published several articles for nursing journals and remains an active member of the American Association of Nurse Attorneys. She is also a member of the American College of Legal Medicine; Palm Beach County Bar Association; Palm Beach County Justice Association; and the Florida Justice Association.
She has received several awards for community service, including the Arnold Markle award by the Judicial District in New Haven, Connecticut, for her work with survivors of sexual assault.
Ms. Ramsey actively litigates cases involving catastrophic injuries and wrongful death on behalf of victims. These cases include severe vehicular collisions, product liability and medical negligence.