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Police Officer’s Hand and Wrist Injury Result in $500,000 Pain and Suffering Verdict Affirmed on Appeal

Posted in Hand Injuries, Wrist Injuries

On October 9, 2005, Michael Nutley, a 35 year old New York City police officer on duty, slipped and fell on a New York City Transit Authority subway stairway at the 111th Street and Greenwood Avenue station in Queens. Officer Nutley injured his dominant right hand and wrist  and sued the NYCTA claiming that the… Continue Reading

Shoulder Dislocation and Rotator Cuff Surgery – New York Judge Denies Plaintiff’s Motion Challenging Inadequacy of $10,000 Pain and Suffering Verdict

Posted in Shoulder Injuries

There was no question as to liability – 54 year old Bill Bouzas slipped and fell on a wet floor at a New York City restaurant on February 1, 2007 and the jury found it was all the fault of the defendant. After a one week trial ending May 7, 2009, though, the same Manhattan… Continue Reading