New York Subway Injury Lawyer
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People who are Injured In a Subway
This is the law firm you want when seeking damages from an injury that happened in Manhattan.
You can see his strategy is a little different then the guys on daytime TV saying hurry call now here are just a few examples of his latest
Bus Accident $5,000,000.00*
A 12-year-old student who was traveling by New York City Transit Authority bus from an after-school program to a church play rehearsal was in the process of transferring from one bus to another at Westchester Avenue near 163rd Street in the Bronx, New York, when he was hit by yet another Transit Authority bus. The boy suffered crushing injuries to his left foot and a closed head injury which resulted in mental deficits including impairments to his ability to concentrate, memory, and verbal skills. The case went to trial and was won on appeal.
Construction Site Accident $2,000,000.00*
A laborer who was involved in demolition of a large building was working in the basement level when he was run over by a crawler with tracks that was backing up. The basement was dimly lit and the noise from another crawler in the area drowned out any back up warning device. The plaintiff suffered a crushed leg and ankle that required several surgeries.
Elevator Drop $1,400,000.00*
Elevator drop accident in a Queens hospital causing neck injury with surgery.
School Bus Accident $1,400,000.00*
School bus accident in the Bronx as the result of speeding, causing back injury with surgery.
Maritime Wrongful Death $1,200,000.00*
Barge strikes pleasure boat causing wrongful death in Long Island Sound.
Trucking Accident $950,000.00*
Rear end truck accident where a tractor trailer struck a box truck on the Long island expressway in Nassau County causing back injuries with surgery.
Automobile Accident $850,000.00*
Rear-end multi-vehicle collision in the Bronx causing spinal injuries requiring surgery.
Lead Paint Exposure $850,000.00*
A child in a New York City school in Brooklyn, New York suffered severe lead poisoning from exposure to peeling, chipping and cracking lead paint. The child suffered severe cognitive and behavioral injuries.
An infant was visiting a café at a landmark in New York, New York with his parents when he was caused to be burned by the negligence of the café employees and a patron in spilling a hot beverage upon the infant. The infant was suffered severe burns.
Wrongful Death/Medical Malpractice $600,000.00*
A middle aged man visited a hospital in Queens, New York complaining of symptoms of stroke. He was seen in the emergency room who diagnosed him with high blood pressure. Two weeks later, he visited another hospital in Queens, with stroke symptoms. He was not given a clot dissolving medication, suffered a massive stroke and died.
Trip and Fall $590,000*
A 60 year old woman was walking her dog on a sidewalk in Manhattan, New York, when she tripped and fell on a raised and uneven sidewalk. She fell and fractured her right elbow. She required multiple surgeries. The case was settled before trial.
Safe Place To Work $500,000.00*
The plaintiff was installing boilers in the basement of a middle school in Commack, Long island, New York, when the one of the boilers fell, crushing his hand. He suffered a compound fracture of the right thumb and proximal phalanx that required an external fixator to right thumb and internal fixation surgery of the fracture with percutaneous pinning. The Labor Law of the State of New York, Sections 200, 240(1) and 241(6) applied.