OUR FIRM ATTORNEYS HAVE RECOVERED MILLIONS FOR OUR CLIENTS THAT HAVE BEEN
INJURIES BY THE NEGLIGENCE OF OTHERS, INCLUDING SEVERAL MULTI-MILLION DOLLAR VERDICTS.
PRIOR RESULTS DO NOT GUARANTEE A PARTICULAR RESULT IN YOUR CASE
$1.6 MILLION AWARDED TO NASSAU INMATE - COUNTY NEGLIGENCE IN A BEATING CASE. A Jamaican
Immigrant who acted as a confidential informant for police and was locked up on the same tier with and beaten by
a man he informed on.
$1.25 MILLION AWARDED TO MOTHER & CHILD STRUCK IN CROSS-WALK BY LEFT TURNING VEHICLE. $1M
was awarded to daughter who sustained second degree abrasion burn to her right lower leg as well as
contamination of the abrasion from road particles which required debridement and skin grafts to the affected
area. The mother recovered $250,000 for two rib fractures as well as lumbar and cervical soft-tissue injuries.
$1 MILLION VERDICT AWARDED FOR SLIP & FALL on premises resulting in leg fracture.
$ 950,000 RECOVERY FOR NEGLIGENT FAILURE TO PERFORM HYSTERECTOMY ON MOTHER WITH
PLACENTA ACCRETA UNDERGOING C-SECTION. Case Result Published in the New York Jury Verdict Review &
Anlaysis, Volume 26, Issue 11.
$ 700,000 RECOVERY DURING TRIAL FOR 52 YEAR OLD MAN STRUCK BY INDUSTRIAL
EQUIPMENT & SUSTAINING MULTIPLE LEG FRACTURES.
$ 395,000 RECOVERY FOR 91 YEAR OLD WOMAN SUSTAINING HIP FRACTURE DUE TO
IMPROPERLY INSTALLED WINDOW FRAME
$ 237,000 Recovery for Plaintiff Claiming that False Publication of Theft on MySpace Web-Page Destroyed His
Business. Posted on May 20, 2010 The Plaintiff ,a mason and independent contractor, learned that the
Defendant created a MySpace Web page that included negative remarks about him and his business. He also
claimed that the Defendant had verbally spread similarly negative remarks in the community in which he lived and
worked. He contended that the comments harmed his reputation and business and alleged that the Defendant's
actions constituted libel and slander. The Judicial Hearing Officer Miriam Sunshine determined that the Plaintiff
was entitled to recover of his lost earnings of $237,000.00. The case was published by ALM's New York Jury
$ 175,000 RECOVERY (TOTAL) DURING TRIAL FOR MOTHER & DAUGHTER STRUCK BY LEFT
TURN DEFENDANT SUSTAINING LEG FRACTURE(S). Case Result Published in the New York
Jury Verdict Review & Analysis, Volume 27, Issue 12.
$150,000 RECOVERY FOR SLIP & FALL RESULTING IN LEG FRACTURE
$ 50,000 RECOVERY FOR DRIVER WHO PASSES AWAY WEEKS AFTER
COLLISION FROM UNRELATED CAUSES. Posted May 23, 2011. A man in his early 50's, sustaining spinal injuries
in a car accident, passes away from causes unrelated to the occurence weeks after his collision. The defendant,
in his early 90's, had no memory of the accident. With no parties to the action able to testify and only a few weeks
of pain and suffering.
$525,000 JURY VERDICT AGAINST AMERICAN AIRLINES FOR DENYING PASSAGE TO PLAINTIFF
ATTEMPTING TO TRAVEL TO NEW YORK CITY FOR EMERGENCY SURGICAL REMOVAL OF A HEMATOMA
FROM SPINAL COLUMN; COURT RULES THAT WARSAW CONVENTION DOES NOT LIMIT PLAINTIFF'S
RECOVERY. The Plaintiff, while conducting a sociological study in Haiti, was suddenly stricken with pain and
admitted to a hospital in Port-au-Prince suffering from a progressive paralysis of her lower extremities. Since the
doctors at Port-au-Prince were baffled as to the nature of her illness, arrangements were made for her flight on
American Airlines to New York City on and her immediate hospitalization at the Columbia Presbyterian Medical
Center. While boarding an American Airlines flight, Plaintiff was denied passage. As a consequence, her medical
treatment was delayed for 48 hours. The case was tried to verdict and the The jury awarded the Plaintiff $525,000
for the pain and suffering and consequential damages caused to the Plaintiff by the delayed treatment. American
Airlines attempted to set aside the verdict, arguing that the Warsaw Convention limited Plaintiff's
recovery to $75,000. The Supreme Court disagreed, but reduced Plaintiff's recovery to $500,000,
due Plaintiff's ad damnun clause. Posted August 4, 2011.
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