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Court Determines Mishandling of Teen’s Corpse Only Worth $600,000, Despite Jury’s Million-Dollar Verdict

By Leandros Vrionedes |

New York Public Health Law provides that every body of a deceased person is entitled to a decent burial or cremation within a reasonable time after death. Section 4215 in particular addresses the remains of a body after an autopsy dissection has been performed and requires that these remains be buried as well. In… Read More »

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Strapped to a Chair and Tasered

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Appeals Panel Overturns $2 Million Jury Verdict in NYC Police Excessive Force Case “The right of the people…to be secure in their persons…against unreasonable seizures, shall not be violated…” – U.S. Constitution, Fourth Amendment The test for determining whether or not the police used excessive force when taking someone into custody boils down to… Read More »

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NY Slip and Fall Case Settles Liability when Sidewalk is Separated from Premises by Land Owned by City

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Court finds grocery store liable for upkeep of sidewalk, even when unpaved grassy parcel separates them. Generally, the owner of a premises is responsible for compensating victims of slip and fall injuries if the accident is due to improper maintenance of the premises. However, when a slip and fall occurs on a sidewalk, it… Read More »

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Witness Compensation

Money Talks- NY Court of Appeals Allows the Testimony of a Witness Paid $10,000

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In the case of Caldwell v. Cablevision Systems Corp., a woman sued the cable company after trenches built for the company’s cable installation created a hazard.  The woman was walking her dog and claimed she was injured when she tripped and fell into one of the trenches.  However, the jury ruled against the injured… Read More »

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Appellate Division Weighs In On Water Park Personal Injury Case

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In the latest ruling on a case that was first filed in 2008, the Appellate Division of the New York State Supreme Court, Second Department, reversed a lower court ruling dismissing the plaintiff’s personal injury claims. This means that the plaintiff, who was injured in an accident in 2007, may yet have his day… Read More »

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