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Lead Paint Poisoning
A child in a Bronx apartment building suffered lead paint poisoning from his exposure to the paint on the apartment walls, ceilings and floors which had an unsafe lead content. The child suffered cognitive and motor skill delays. This settlement will provide a lifetime payout for the benefit of the child.
The plaintiff’s vehicle was stopped and struck from behind by a bus in the Bronx. After receiving minor treatment for his back injuries, he underwent back surgery and was unable to return to work. The insurance company for the bus claimed that his injuries were not related to this accident, but rather an accident he had a few years prior. The medical evidence presented by the attorney demonstrated that they were, in fact, caused by this accident.
Woman sustained burn injuries to her hands and face, and her two children were killed, in a house fire in Queens. The fire was started by the negligent use of a torch by a plumber who had been doing work at the home. In addition, the homeowner did not provide working smoke detectors at the time of the fire.
Construction worker fell from a ladder at a construction site in Manhattan, causing a back injury.
Rear-end collision in Brooklyn, causing knee and back injuries. The responsible vehicle only had $25,000 in insurance coverage. After obtaining a settlement from the insurance company, we proceeded to recover an additional $750,000 in an Arbitration award for Underinsurance benefits from the injured person’s own insurance company.
Queens resident, a painter, fell from a ladder while painting the exterior of a restaurant. He sustained a serious injury to his lower spine.
Apprentice carpenter fell from a scaffold at a construction site in Manhattan and sustained bulging discs in his lower spine.
Young woman sustained head and facial injuries after being struck by a motorcycle in Manhattan. The Police Report indicated that she was running to cross the street, and was not in the crosswalk at the intersection. This was disputed by other witness statements obtained by the attorney.
Automobile accident with FDNY
The plaintiff was struck by a New York City Fire Department vehicle, which claimed to be responding to an emergency in Queens with its lights and sirens on. The plaintiff suffered a back injury and denied the FDNY vehicle had its lights and sirens on.
The plaintiff was struck from behind by a vehicle in Westchester County, causing a serious back injury.
Lead Paint Poisoning
A child in a Queens apartment building suffered lead paint poisoning from his exposure to the paint on the apartment walls, ceilings and floors which had an unsafe lead content. The child suffered cognitive delays and behavior problems. This settlement will provide periodic payments for the benefit of the child equal to the above amount.
Fall due to negligence
The plaintiff, a New York resident, was at a rehabilitation facility having previously sustained a stroke. While there, he was caused to fall as a result of his cane being struck by a ball thrown from another patient who was performing rehabilitation exercises. He suffered a fractured hip which, fortunately, did not require surgery. A Manhattan jury awarded the plaintiff the above amount, after finding the facility was negligent in the manner they performed the exercises.
The plaintiff was struck by the defendants’ vehicle as he was crossing the street in Brooklyn. The defendant claimed that he never made contact with the plaintiff. The plaintiff sustained a foot and back injury.
The plaintiff, a Nassau County resident, was a passenger in a vehicle that was speeding, left the roadway and struck a tree. The plaintiff suffered bilateral clavicle fractures, a pelvic fracture, and a back injury.
The plaintiff, a Nassau County resident, was struck from behind by the defendant’s vehicle. The plaintiff had a prior knee condition, which had been aggravated by this accident.
The plaintiff, a Queens resident, was struck from behind by another vehicle in Connecticut. He did not seek immediate medical attention, however, later needed knee and shoulder surgeries.
The plaintiff, a Bronx resident, was a passenger in a motor vehicle involved in an accident in New York. She received extensive physical therapy and, ultimately, required knee surgery.
Trip and fall due to negligence
The plaintiff, a Brooklyn resident, fell down interior steps at his apartment building. The landlord was negligent in maintaining the steps and handrail, which caused the plaintiff to fall and sustain a fractured foot.
Automobile accident involving drunk driver
The plaintiff was a passenger involved in a motor vehicle accident in Staten Island. Part of the above settlement was paid by the at-fault driver. The balance of the settlement was paid by the bar that served alcohol to the driver of the vehicle who, it was claimed, was intoxicated at the time of the accident. The plaintiff suffered a wrist fracture.
The plaintiff, a Bronx resident, suffered an aggravation of a pre-existing shoulder injury, as a result of a ceiling collapse that occurred in the bathroom of his apartment.
Trip and fall at construction site
The plaintiff, a Staten Island resident, tripped and fell over debris at a construction site. He sustained a serious shoulder injury, which required arthroscopic surgery.