With nearly 30 years of legal experience, Frank Torres is a trial attorney at Duffy & Duffy, where he handles medical malpractice and general liability law. Before joining Duffy & Duffy, he was the first lawyer to make partner at Evans, Orr, Pacelli, Norton & Laffan, in almost 30 years. He left the firm in 1995 to open his own firm, and eventually joined Levine & Grossman, where he practiced for 10 years.
Passionate about ensuring justice for victims of malpractice, Mr. Torres is a member of the Puerto Rican, Hispanic National, Long Island Hispanic, Nassau, Brooklyn and Bronx County Bar Associations and regularly serves as a moot Court judge at his alma mater, Columbia University School of Law. Additionally, he is a member of the Board of Directors of the Brooklyn Prep Alumni Association, a local charity that provides scholarships to disadvantaged high school children, making it possible for them to receive a Jesuit education in one of several high schools in the New York metropolitan area.
Frank graduated from Columbia University School of Law where he received the C. Bainbridge Smith Scholarship. He completed his undergraduate degree at St. Francis College, graduating summa cum laude. Frank, fluent in Spanish, is the firm’s first bilingual lawyer.
Frank also proudly serves as the treasurer of the Long Island Hispanic Bar Association and is a Board Member of the Puerto Rican Bar Association.