Case Results

  • $13 Million
    Construction Accident
    Our client was a 49-year-old union carpenter, employed as a foreman in a scaffolding company. He was working on the site of a large construction project on a 56-story building in midtown Manhattan. On the day of the accident, he was replacing panels ...
  • $10 Million
    Medical Malpractice
    Our client was 40 years old and married, with a 9-year-old son. She was born in Turkey and came to U.S. when she was 9 years old. At the time of the incident, she was a successful Vice President in a large women’s clothing business earning over ...
  • $10 Million
    Wrongful Death
    Our client was a 46-year-old married woman with 2 children. She worked as a waitress at restaurant in Islip, NY. She underwent a routine screening mammogram which was interpreted as normal. Six months later, she felt a lump in her left breast and ...
  • $8 Million
    Medical Malpractice
    Our client was a 35-year-old woman at 41 weeks gestation when she arrived at a Staten Island hospital for delivery. After approximately 30 hours of active labor, the fetal monitor strips began showing signs of oxygen deprivation to the baby. Over the ...
  • $5.5 Million
    Pedestrian Accident
    Our client, a 52-year-old woman, was struck by a truck while she crossed 9 th Avenue at West 49 th Street in Manhattan. She was in the crosswalk, and it was midday. The truck driver never saw her before hitting her, even though his view was ...
  • $5 Million
    Construction Accident
    Our client, a 46-year-old union-affiliated carpenter, was working on the renovation of a building in Westchester County. As he and a co-worker were assembling a scaffold, one of the scaffold’s platform planks collapsed, causing him to fall ...
  • $8.2 Million
    Police Brutality
    Our client was a 28-year-old Hispanic male, Brooklyn resident, with no criminal history. After witnessing an accident involving a marked police car and a civilian vehicle at a Brooklyn intersection, our client remained at the scene and approached an ...
  • $8 Million
    Medical Malpractice
    Our client was a 21-year-old college student with a medical history of ulcerative colitis. He was treating with gastroenterologist for the ulcerative colitis for 2 years. After experiencing a worsening in his gastrointestinal symptoms, the doctor ...
  • $6.9 Million
    Medical Malpractice
    Our client, a 34-year-old computer technician and part-time singer in a band, underwent a routine laser procedure to remove vocal cord polyps. During the procedure, the doctors failed to adequately remove oxygen from the operative field, which ...
  • $5.4 Million
    Medical Malpractice
    Our client was a born at full-term during an uneventful vaginal delivery. His Apgar scores were 9,9. The day after his birth, he was taken to the well-baby nursery for the night. That evening, he was found by a nurse face-down and not breathing in ...
  • $4.8 Million
    Bus Accident
    Our client, a 32-year-old delivery man for a flower shop, was assaulted on a New York City sidewalk over parking spot dispute. He was punched in the head, knocked into the roadway, and then run over by a passing City bus. The lawsuit alleged that our ...
  • $4.75 Million
    Medical Malpractice
    Our client, a 24-year-old woman, presented to a Queens hospital for delivery. During the labor and delivery, doctors and nurses failed to properly interpret the fetal monitor strips and the fetal heartrate. Instead of performing a timely C-section, ...
  • $4.5 Million
    Medical Malpractice
    Our client, a 19-year-old woman, presented to a Bronx hospital to deliver her baby. Upon admission, she suffered from severe pre-eclampsia (high blood pressure) which was not recognized or appreciated by the defendant doctors and nurses. They ...
  • $4.5 Million
    Premises Liability
    Our client, 42-year-old woman and Bronx resident, was employed as a suite attendant in a Manhattan hotel. While working, she entered an elevator on the 7th floor intending to go to the basement level. Soon after she stepped in, she heard a “boom” and ...
  • $4.25 Million
    Car Accident
    Our client, a 29-year-old single woman and New York state resident, was traveling at night, in the rain, on an unlit highway in Mississippi. Ahead of her was a stopped tractor-trailer, perpendicular to her car. The tractor-trailer was crossing all ...
  • $3.75 Million
    Premises Accident
    Our client was a 30-year-old electrician working for the LIRR. While doing electrical work in the Queens service and repair building, he was shocked by ungrounded and improperly insulated wires contained within a wire box. At time of accident our ...
  • $3.75 Million
    Car Accident
    Our client, a 33-year-old man, was driving to work in his car heading northbound on Route 9 in Putnam County. Defendant, driving southbound on the same road, crossed over into northbound lane and struck our client head-on. As a result, our client ...
  • $3.5 Million
    Construction Accident
    Our client, a 30-year-old man, was doing maintenance work at a New York television studio. His task was to apply plaster to a ceiling damaged by water. He used an “A-Frame” aluminum 8-foot ladder to perform the repair. To finish the job, he needed to ...
  • $3.5 Million
    Rear-End Accident
    Our client was a 25-year-old married woman, who worked as a bank teller. She was driving on a highway in Westchester County when she was rear-ended by gas tanker, which caused a fire in her car. She suffered third-degree burns to 25% of her body. ...
  • $3.1 Million
    Wrongful Death
    Our client was a 46-year-old man who had recently undergone a hernia repair surgery. Because his doctors failed to provide proper anticoagulation postoperatively, he developed a deep vein thrombosis in his leg (blood clot), which traveled to his lung ...
  • $3.1 Million
    Medical Malpractice
    Our client was a 63-year-old retired New York City Firefighter, married with adult children. He had an extensive history of back pain, for which had undergone multiple fusion and laminectomy surgeries, as well as epidural injections. Eventually, he ...
  • $3.05 Million
    Medical Malpractice
    Our client, a 32-year-old married woman, underwent surgery to repair an inguinal hernia. During the surgery, her femoral nerve was improperly stitched. As a result, her femoral artery was severely compressed, resulting in partial paralysis of her ...
  • $3 Million
    Wrongful Death
    Our client was a 44-year-old married man with one child. He was employed by the NYC Board of Education. A bus traveling northbound on E53rd Street in Brooklyn collided with our client, who was traveling eastbound on Linden Blvd. The bus then turned ...
  • $3 Million
    Medical Malpractice
    Our client was a Spanish-speaking woman who presented to a Westchester hospital for delivery of her first child. As she progressed through labor, the doctors and nurses failed to appreciate the worrisome signs evident on the fetal monitor strips and ...
  • $2.87 million
    Workplace Accident
    Our client was a 25-year-old carpenter working on the roof of a commercial building in Suffolk County. The surface of the roof was unfinished plywood. On the accident date, the start of work was delayed because frost was noticed on the roof surface. ...
  • $2.75 Million
    Medical Malpractice
    Our client, a 58-year-old housewife, presented to the defendant doctors after a mammogram disclosed a suspicious breast mass. Defendant surgeon performed a lumpectomy (removal of the mass) but failed to completely excise the mass. A follow-up ...
  • $2.75 Million
    Wrongful Death
    Our client was a 37-year-old married man with three young children. He had a 17-year history of ulcerative colitis, for which he regularly treated with a gastroenterologist. He underwent a diagnostic colonoscopy, but the doctor failed to perform an ...
  • $2.7 Million
    Medical Malpractice
    Our client, a 19-year-old single woman, was in the latter stages of her first pregnancy when she detected a lack of fetal movement. Her treating ob-gyn, the defendant, informed her that the fetus was “asleep.” Several weeks later, she stopped feeling ...
  • $2.65 Million
    Wrongful Death
    Our client was a 42-year-old married woman with two young children. She was a non-smoker. An x-ray during a routine physical revealed a suspicious finding in her lung but it was not noted by the radiologist who interpreted the study. About eight ...
  • $2.5 Million
    Wrongful Death
    Our client was a 48-year-old married man with three young children who worked as a Building Supply Manager at a business in Suffolk County. He underwent an x-ray which revealed a suspicious lesion in his lung. A follow-up CAT Scan identified the ...
  • $2.5 Million
    Wrongful Death
    Our client, a diabetic, called his internist complaining of flu-like symptoms, including shortness of breath, for the prior several days. His internist suspected a respiratory infection and prescribed antibiotics over the phone. That evening, he ...
  • $2.5 Million
    Medical Malpractice
    Our client was a 45-year-old married male. He presented to the Emergency Room of a Suffolk County hospital with signs and symptoms of a heart attack. The treating doctor attempted to intubate our client multiple times but was unsuccessful. At one ...
  • $2.4 Million
    Wrongful Death
    Our client, a 31-year-old woman with a 7-year-old son, was admitted to a Brooklyn Hospital with a diagnosis of pancreatitis. Aggressive antibiotic treatment successfully treated the pancreatitis. However, she soon developed an additional infection ...
  • $2.35 Million
    Premises Liability
    A Queens County police office tripped and fell over a defect in the parking lot. At the time of the fall, the police precinct was undergoing construction (underground fuel tanks were being replaced). As a result of the fall, our client struck his ...
  • $2.35 Million
    Head-On Collision
    Our client was a 37-year-old married carpenter. He was a back seat passenger in a car that was involved in a head-on collision in Staten Island. He was not wearing a seat belt. As a result of the impact, he sustained a fracture-dislocation of his ...
  • $2.3 Million
    Medical Malpractice
    Our client, a 7-year-old girl, presented to her doctors with abdominal complaints, which they believed was appendicitis. Unfortunately, her doctors failed to diagnose her actual problem, which was a cecal volvulus (twisting of the intestine). Because ...
  • $2.2 Million
    Medical Malpractice
    Our client, a 46-year-old married man, underwent PSA testing ordered by his internist as part of a routing physical exam. Despite an elevated PSA, the internist did not refer our client to a urologist and failed to order a follow-up PSA test for ...
  • $2.15 Million
    Police Negligence
    In a highly publicized case, our client, a 40-year-old married man with children, was a 12-year veteran of the Nassau County Police force. At the time of this incident, he was a member of the county’s elite Bureau of Special Operations. On the day of ...
  • $2.15 Million
    Car Accident
    Our client was a 46-year-old FedEx driver on his way to a warehouse to make a scheduled stop. Inside the parking lot, he noticed several large puddles of water, which was normal for this location. It was also raining lightly at the time. As he drove ...
  • $2.1 Million
    Construction Accident
    Our client was a 56-year-old married male employed as a union sheet metal worker. While working at a construction site in New York City, he was standing on a 6-foot A-frame ladder installing duct work. Initially he and his co-worked wanted to use a ...
  • $2.05 Million
    Product Liability
    Our client, a 43-year-old married man, was a Senior Network Engineer at a New York City Computer Company. While at work, he was sitting on a rolling stool, which was 2 feet high and had a plastic seat with 3 metal legs. A metal rod connected the seat ...
  • $2 Million
    Pedestrian Accident
    Our client was a 22-year-old part-time window clerk for the United States Postal Service. She was chased into Linden Boulevard by her boyfriend, who was carrying a club. The defendant driver claimed that he was driving within the speed limit as our ...
  • $2 Million
    Construction Accident
    Our client, a 44-year-old married man with 3 children, was employed as a foreman of a roofing company. He was working on a construction site where a maintenance facility for the Triborough Bridge and Tunnel Authority was being built. His job was ...
  • $2 Million
    Wrongful Death
    Our client, a 63-year-old married man underwent quadruple bypass surgery at a Brooklyn hospital. While recovering in the cardiac unit of the hospital, the nurses failed to timely recognize that his cardiac monitor was malfunctioning. As a result, our ...
  • $2 Million
    Premises Liability
    Our client, a 17-year-old high school boy, was attending a party at a friend’s house. About 75 guests were in attendance. During the party, he dove head-first into the deep end of an underground pool. Our client remembers stepping up onto the diving ...
  • $2 Million
    Medical Malpractice
    Our client, a 58-year-old single woman, presented to a Queens hospital complaining of terrible headaches. Doctors failed to consider the possibility of a brain aneurysm as part of their differential diagnosis. They failed to order imaging of her ...
  • $2 Million
    Medical Malpractice
    Our client, who was 51 years old at the time, presented to her neurologist complaining of neck pain. She was given Valium. The next day, she returned to the neurologist, complaining of a headache. Her doctor administered a trigger point injection in ...
  • $2 Million
    Medical Malpractice
    Our client, a 21-year-old permanent resident of Barbados, was visiting relatives in Brooklyn when she developed a sudden onset of back pain and paralysis. She was taken to a Brooklyn hospital where she was diagnosed with a thoracic spinal mass. ...
  • $1.9 Million
    Construction Accident
    Our client was a union roadway foreman, working at a construction site in New York City, when a 3-foot x 3-foot piece of asphalt weighing several hundred pounds fell several feet out of the bucket of a backhoe. The asphalt was being lifted onto a ...
  • $1.87 Million
    Construction Accident
    Our client, a 43-year-old man, was working as a drill runner chipping concrete on a New York City building that was being demolished. While standing on a scaffold attached to the wall, he was using a pneumatic jackhammer to demolish the wall. ...

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