Kevin E. Osborne
Kevin is a shareholder in the firm's Health Care Department. While he concentrates his practice in medical malpractice and professional licensure, he has also represented clients in other general liability matters.
Kevin has successfully tried numerous medical malpractice cases, including defending a pediatric cardiac surgery case involving permanent neurological injury with multimillion dollar exposure and defending a pathologist on a claim of failure to diagnose laryngeal cancer in spite of receiving an adverse inference charge contra to his client. In 2014, Kevin tried four malpractice cases to defense verdicts and added two defense verdicts in binding arbitration matters.
Kevin's bar admissions include the U.S. Supreme Court, Supreme Court of Pennsylvania, U.S. Third Circuit Court of Appeals, and U.S. District Court, Middle and Eastern Districts. He is a member of the Pennsylvania Bar Association, Cumberland County Bar Association and Dauphin County Bar Association. He is also a member of the Saint Thomas More Society.
After receiving his Bachelor of Arts in biology at Hamilton College (where he was a member of the basketball and track teams), Kevin attended the University of Bridgeport School of Law. In 1981, he received his juris doctor, graduating in the top 10 percent of his class. While in law school, Kevin was the managing editor of the Bridgeport Law Review, a Morris Shaiman Scholarship recipient, resident advisor and research assistant to his torts professor.
Kevin is active in his community, serving as a volunteer for several church, education and youth sport organizations.
EMRs: Lessons Learned, Health Care and Health Law Seminar, Marshall Dennehey, November 5, 2015
Health Care Update, Pennsylvania Association for Health Care Risk Management, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, June 19, 2015
“Medical Malpractice Evidence – Risk In/Consent Out,” Defense Digest, Vol. 25, No. 3, September 2019