Ginger B. Hunsucker is a partner in Cranfill Sumner & Hartzog’s Raleigh office, where she serves as Vice Chair of the Medical Malpractice section. She focuses her practice on defending healthcare providers and organizations throughout North Carolina’s state courts, federal courts, and professional licensing boards. She strategically advises clients throughout all stages of their matter, traversing the nuances between the practice of healthcare and the practice of law so that the most zealous representation may be achieved.
Throughout her career, Ginger has had the opportunity to hone her litigation skills on a broad range of matters including nursing home defense, birth trauma defense, physician defense, hospital defense, dentistry defense, and the defense of Section 1983 claims against healthcare professionals. In addition to the defense of traditional medical malpractice litigation claims, Ginger also holds experience in the defense of healthcare professionals reporting or responding to licensure boards such as the North Carolina Medical Board, the North Carolina Board of Nursing, and the North Carolina Board of Dental Examiners.
Ginger’s professional achievement is recognized in her attainment of the highest (AV) rating in Martindale-Hubbell, a prestigious peer review rating that recognizes attorneys who have reached high levels of skill and integrity. She was selected in 2011 and 2013 as a North Carolina Rising Star by Super Lawyers, a rating service of outstanding lawyers from more than 70 practice areas who have attained a high-degree of peer recognition and professional achievement. Selection for Super Lawyers includes a multi-phased rating process consisting of independent research, peer nominations, and peer evaluations.
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Ginger Hunsucker recently obtained dismissal of a matter in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of North… Read More
Ginger Hunsucker successfully defended an appeal of a federal district court summary judgment dismissal that she had obtained for her… Read More
Ginger Hunsucker successfully defended an appeal of a federal district court Rule 12(b)(6) dismissal that she had obtained for her… Read More
Ginger Hunsucker successfully obtained Summary Judgment in a matter in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of… Read More
David Ward and Ginger Hunsucker successfully obtained dismissal in a suit involving a hospital where the case was re-filed after… Read More
David Ward and Ginger Hunsucker successfully defended two Emergency Department physicians and an Emergency Department physician assistant in a multi-week… Read More
Ginger Hunsucker established new precedent in North Carolina by obtaining dismissal of all extra-contractual claims against a surety company on… Read More
Ginger Hunsucker obtained dismissal by Plaintiff’s counsel in “Woodson” case the next day after filing motion for summary judgment with… Read More
Ginger Hunsucker assisted in a six-week environmental trial in which 75 plaintiffs sought in excess of $225,000,000 for injuries arising… Read More
PK Shere and Ginger Hunsucker recently spoke to a class of medical students at the UNC-Chapel Hill regarding legal issues affecting physicians.… Read More
Ginger Hunsucker, Vice Chair of the Medical Malpractice Practice Group at Cranfill Sumner & Hartzog LLP, will address a Dental Risk Seminar.… Read More
Ginger Hunsucker successfully obtained a dismissal in a federal court case involving allegations of deprivation of rights. The plaintiff was a father who sued the healthcare provider asserting that her actions led him to lose custody of his children.… Read More
Ten CSH Law attorneys were selected as 2013 North Carolina Super Lawyers and 14 CSH Law attorneys were selected as 2013 North Carolina Rising Stars.… Read More
CSH Law, names three new partners with diverse litigation experience: Ginger Hunsucker, Todd King, and Jennifer Welch.… Read More
Ward and Hunsucker were able to get two cases dismissed on behalf of hospital affiliated entities where they were improper parties to the case. … Read More