Voted by peers as one of the Best Lawyers in America® “Ones to Watch” for 2024 in the fields of Health Care Law and Medical Malpractice Law – Defendants
G. Joseph Tauro Distinguished Scholar award recipient (Boston University).
Paula R. Domanski is an attorney at Sulloway & Hollis. She focuses her practice on the defense of medical malpractice and insurance matters. She joined the firm in 2022 and works in our Concord, New Hampshire office.
Ms. Domanski began her career at a Boston law firm working on a high volume of significant medical malpractice actions and has experience representing providers and institutional clients at motion hearings, depositions, conferences and numerous medical tribunal hearings (with notable favorable findings). As a member of the trial team, she assisted with all aspects of discovery and trial preparation (including expert research and testimony review) as well as drafting requests for special jury instructions and motions in limine. Ms. Domanski gained additional on-the-job medical education handling high-exposure workers’ compensation claims for a large, national property and casualty carrier. In this role, she regularly worked directly with nurses and physicians to ensure that injured workers received reasonable and necessary medical care and treatment. Ms. Domanski grew up in a family with nurses and has special appreciation for the responsibility involved for those working in the medical field.
In addition to medical legal matters, Ms. Domanski has experience handling third-party insurance matters containing allegations of bad faith as well as 1st party property coverage disputes and coverage actions arising from pollution and remediation. Most recently, she worked in the area of outside counsel invoice and document review to ensure compliance with billing and litigation guidelines. Ms. Domanski’s extensive litigation and insurance experience has prepared her well to serve as an effective member of the litigation team at Sulloway & Hollis.
Ms. Domanski values service to the community, and has volunteered in the courts and coached youth sports at both the middle and high school levels. She enjoys many of the outdoor activities that the Granite State offers including hiking, mountain biking, downhill skiing, tennis and boating. She is also an avid gardener who likes to visit green spaces wherever she happens to be traveling.