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Substantial Awards in Medical Malpractice Case for Pre-Death Pain and Suffering and Costs of Care of Decedent’s Disabled Adult Child

Posted in Medical Malpractice, Wrongful Death

On Wednesday June 18, 2008, Nam Yoon Lee woke up with stabbing pain on the right side of his stomach. He went with his wife to the emergency room at a hospital in Queens where morphine was administered, tests led to a diagnosis of gallbladder disease and a plan was made to surgically remove his… Continue Reading

Wrongful Death Damages in the Sum of $520,000 and Bus Driver’s Negligence Affirmed but New Trial Ordered to Determine whether Verdict should be Reduced for Comparative Fault of 15 year old Decedent Riding his Bicycle too closely to Bus

Posted in Wrongful Death

It was a beautiful summer day on July 20, 2001, still light out around 7 p.m., when 15 year old Geremy McConnell was riding his bicycle on Hyland Boulevard, just north of Donley Avenue, in Staten Island. He was headed towards his cousin’s house but was killed instantly when the right rear wheel of a… Continue Reading