Our client suffered from swelling and pain. There was a delay on behalf of medical staff in performing the necessary incision and drainage that lead to an emergency situation for our client. A subsequent failure to make a timely referral of the plaintiff for surgery caused necrotizing fasciitis to set in at the site of the improperly treated wound. This necrotizing fasciitis then led to an emergency need for surgery.
A 2.5-year-old child slipped on papers scattered on the entrance platform of a residential building while leaving with their father, fell down several steps, and hit their head on a concrete column. The mother filed a lawsuit against the building's proprietor, claiming that the presence of the papers on the entrance platform constituted a hazardous situation. The defense stated they were unaware of the hazardous condition. The court heard testimony from the superintendent, who claimed that papers were dropped off inside the building and placed on the fireplace mantel in the lobby. The child suffered a head wound that required…
Our client, a 70-year-old college adjunct professor, tripped in a corridor of a subway station in Manhattan. She fell, and she sustained injuries to her arm and shoulder. Our client sued the station’s operator, the New York City Transit Authority. She alleged that the New York City Transit Authority was negligent in its maintenance of […]
A woman suffered a cracked fibula after slipping on a cracked tile in a NYCHA building due to the organization's negligence in maintaining the property. The client sought legal assistance and was awarded $60,000 for pain and suffering by a jury. The case highlights the importance of holding property owners accountable for their negligence and seeking compensation for injuries sustained due to unsafe premises.
Our client sustained a Hangman's fracture and permanent restriction of neck's motion range after a car accident. The defense claimed the client healed well and had no neurological problems causing the restriction. However, the plaintiff's expert testified otherwise. The jury held the defendants liable and awarded $830,000 in damages.