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Tag Archives: personal injury lawsuit

New York Street

New York City Personal Injury Lawsuit Dismissed for Late Filing

By Leandros Vrionedes |

On October 13, 2011, Melissa Guzy was crossing the street in the crosswalk at the intersection of East 23rd Street and Park Avenue South in Manhattan when she was struck and injured by a city bus. Guzy served notice of her claim to the New York City Transit Authority on November 15. A long… Read More »

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New York Trip and Fall

Who Owns the Sidewalk?

By Leandros Vrionedes |

Back in 2009, a woman tripped and fell in front of a building at 219 Echo Place in The Bronx when she stepped into a deep sinkhole obscured by water near a fire hydrant on the sidewalk. The woman filed a personal injury lawsuit for negligent maintenance of the sidewalk against the City of… Read More »

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De Puy Hip Replacement Verdict

First DePuy Hip Replacement Case to Go to Trial Results in $8.3 Million Verdict for Injured Plaintiff

By Leandros Vrionedes |

Following a five-week trial and six days of deliberations, the jury in In re: Loren Kransky and Sheryl Kransky v. DePuy, Inc., et al. (BC456086, Los Angeles Superior Court) returned a large verdict in favor of the plaintiff, awarding roughly $8.3 million to the injured victim. DePuy Orthopedics, a division of Johnson & Johnson,… Read More »

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New York Court of Appeals Shows No Love to Plaintiff’s in Personal Injury Cases this Valentine’s Day

By Leandros Vrionedes |

In the case of Auqui v. Seven Thirty One Limited Partnership , the New York Court of Appeals ruled on Thursday, February 14, 2013 that a plaintiff in a personal injury suit cannot litigate an issue in their case, if that issue has already been ruled on in a related worker’s compensation proceeding. Since… Read More »

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