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Pain and Suffering Awards Affirmed for Truck Driver’s Injuries to Ankle, Knee and Back Due to Fall at Gas Station

Posted in Ankle Injuries, Back Injuries, Knee Injuries

On February 19, 2009, Ruben Corena drove his truck to the Sunoco gas station at 880 Garrison Avenue in the Bronx. While walking back to his truck after paying for his fuel, Mr. Corena fell and sustained injuries due to cracked pavement and oil on the ground. On January 8, 2013, in the ensuing lawsuit… Continue Reading

Appellate Court Dismisses Neck Injury Verdict – Plaintiff Failed to Prove Need for Cervical Fusion Surgery Not due to Prior Accident

Posted in Neck Injuries

Agnes McDonald, a 55 year old elevator operator,  was a rear seat passenger in a two car accident in Manhattan on January 20, 2005. She was injured but did not seek medical treatment until four days later when she saw a physician at a local medical clinic, complaining of a stiff neck and a burning… Continue Reading

Back and Coccyx Injuries from Trip and Fall – Appeals Court Orders $1,600,000 Reduction of Pain and Suffering Verdict

Posted in Back Injuries, Psychological Damages

On January 27, 2003, at about 9:45 a.m., Lucille Turuseta was walking into the rear entrance of an office building at 175 Main Street in White Plains where she worked as the office manager for a court reporting firm. As she opened the door, Ms. Turuseta’s right foot became caught in broken cement causing her… Continue Reading

Neck and Back Injuries Result in $1,800,000 Pain and Suffering Award Approved by Appellate Court, Despite Lack of Surgery

Posted in Back Injuries, Neck Injuries

On July 28, 2005, James Coleman was working as a subway track worker repairing tracks for the New York City Transit Authority (the TA). He was on a hydraulic lift platform that collapsed causing him to fall 25 feet to the ground below. Workers on a hydraulic lift: Coleman sued the TA for the serious… Continue Reading

$2,000,000 Affirmed for Construction Worker’s Back Pain and Economic Damages from Roof Fall; Immigration Act Defense Fails

Posted in Back Injuries

Back in 1999, when Aleksander Janda was hired by ABC Construction Corp. as an asbestos removal worker, he was a Polish immigrant in the U.S. on an expired tourist visa. Under federal law, the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986 ("IRCA"),  it’s illegal to hire someone who’s not legally authorized to work in the U.S…. Continue Reading