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Plaintiff in Car Crash Wins New Trial to Determine Additional Amount of Damages for Future Pain and Suffering

Posted in Back Injuries, Knee Injuries, Neck Injuries

On November 9, 2011, Stenneth Knight, then 43 years old, was driving to work when he was stopped at a red light and his car was rear-ended on Rockaway Parkway in Brooklyn. After a trial on liability, Mr. Knight was granted a directed verdict finding the other driver fully at fault and the case proceeded… Continue Reading

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

Knee Injury results in $500,000 Pain and Suffering Verdict but Appeals Court Orders New Trial for Jury to Determine if Injuries “Serious”

Posted in Knee Injuries

After a morning of shopping on April 16, 2005, Mildred Manuel boarded a city bus to head home. At her stop, Rockaway Parkway and Schenck Street in Brooklyn, the 64 year old Ms. Manuel stepped out of the bus and fell because of a roadway hole, thereby sustaining serious knee injuries.  A Kings County jury… Continue Reading