About Dzenitis Newman, PLLC

Dzenitis Newman is a law firm dedicated to the defense of healthcare professionals. Before forming the firm, the attorneys at Dzenitis Newman built the medical malpractice and long-term care practice groups of a large, multi-state law firm. They left in January 2016, to create a firm better suited to meet the needs of their clients.

The attorneys at Dzenitis Newman have decades of trial experience defending doctors, hospitals, long-term care facilities, and other healthcare providers. Our attorneys provide clients with effective and efficient representation, starting with the first phone call and continuing through trial. We have the medical and legal expertise required to stay at the forefront of the law. And we try cases that other lawyers settle.

Paul A. Dzenitis

Paul Dzenitis has been practicing law for more than 20 years. He has tried over 75 cases to verdict.

Emily W. Newman

For over a decade Emily has tried and arbitrated cases throughout Kentucky, Ohio, and Michigan, defending healthcare professionals.

Rebecca R. Schafer

Rebecca R. Schafer

Rebecca has nearly a decade of experience in representing doctors, hospitals, long-term care facilities, and other healthcare providers in litigation including personal injury, contract, and regulatory matters.

Corey Taylor

Corey J. Taylor

Corey received his law degree from the Brandeis School of Law at the University of Louisville in 2017.  Prior to joining Dzenitis Newman, he served as an Assistant Commonwealth’s Attorney in Louisville where he prosecuted hundreds of felony cases including murder, robbery, and assault.  

Anna C. Zwicky

Anna has focused her practice on defending long-term care providers throughout Kentucky, including representing long-term care providers in administrative hearings in front of the Kentucky Cabinet for Health and Family Services. 

Erika M. Fisher

Erika has defended hundreds of cases including felony cases, misdemeanor cases, and juvenile cases. She has represented clients on charges ranging from petty offenses to first degree felonies.