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Friday, December 18, 2020

How Will The COVID-19 Vaccine Affect My Personal Injury Case?

By uberuser
Posted in Personal Injury

On Friday, December 11, the Food and Drug Administration approved Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine for emergency use, after a large scale clinical trial of 44,000 people showed the vaccine to be 95% effective. With millions of vaccine doses shipped throughout the United States and ready for use, the impact on many aspects of American life will be significant. In…

Thursday, October 15, 2020

COVID Zoom Trial – Injured Cruise Passenger Awarded $1.35 Million

By uberuser
Posted in Personal Injury

By Kelsey Monaghan At the first Federal Court Zoom trial in history a Holland America cruise ship passenger was awarded $1.35 million after being hit by an opening door in the hallway of the ship.  The passenger, Ms. Margaret Dallo suffered a traumatic brain injury after being knocked to the floor by the door. Although…

Friday, September 4, 2020

Revel Resumes Service In NYC Following Suspension Due To Safety Concerns

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By Luiz Raible After its services had been suspended last month following the death of three riders, the ride-share company will redeploy its electric mopeds to New York City streets this week. Revel has been involved with ongoing negotiations with city officials, and will maintain a suspension on their services from midnight to 5 a.m….

Thursday, August 6, 2020

NYC Pulls The Plug On Moped-Sharing Company Revel After Deaths

By uberuser

Recent Revel Scooter Accidents In NYC The moped-sharing company Revel announced Tuesday that it would be suspending operations in New York City following the deaths of two users. On Monday July 20, Nina Kapur, a reporter for CBS 2 NY died after a crash on her Revel scooter in Brooklyn. Kapur was a passenger on…

Wednesday, July 22, 2020

NYC Experiences An Increase In Cyclist Injury Due To Coronavirus

By uberuser

NYC Bicycle Accidents Increase As New York City continues to deal with the COVID-19 pandemic, more people are turning to bicycles as an alternative to public transportation. Wanting to minimize the risk of contamination on mass transit, taxis, ubers or rideshares, and taking advantage of the warmer weather, commuters have adopted bicycles as their main…

Tuesday, February 11, 2020

Your Personal Injury Accident Could Be On Surveillance Cameras

By uberuser

Personal Injury Accidents & Surveillance Cameras If you were injured in a store, apartment building, music venue or other public space, there is a chance your accident was caught on surveillance cameras.  The owners and tenants of these premises are on a duty to preserve any surveillance footage if they know or should know that…

Monday, June 24, 2019

9/11 Victims Compensation Fund | NYC Exposure Zone

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Posted in Personal Injury

NYC Exposure Zone Help On Wednesday, June 12th, a United States House of Representatives panel voted unanimously to pass a bill that will permanently reauthorize the 9/11 victims compensation fund. In a recent congressional hearing former The Daily Show host, Jon Stewart, a 9/11 Memorial & Museum board member, exhibited a highly impassioned conviction for the countless…

Wednesday, May 15, 2019

Louis Grandelli, P.C. Obtains $8,500,000 Settlement For Client

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Our office is pleased to announce that we obtained a $8,500,000.00 settlement on behalf of a Staten Island sanitation worker who was injured while on his route.  The accident occurred when the plaintiff was performing his duties as a sanitation worker, walking from one home to the next in Staten Island, New York, when the…

Monday, March 25, 2019

Injuries and Independent Medical Evaluations

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Posted in Personal Injury

Independent Medical Evaluations During the course of a personal injury lawsuit, a plaintiff is asked to submit to what is called an “independent medical exam” or “independent medical evaluation”.  This is an exam conducted by a doctor hired by the defendant to perform a physical examination and review the plaintiff’s records.  This doctor acts as…

Friday, March 1, 2019

Escalator Injury Does Happen

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Escalator Injury On Monday, an Metropolitan Transit Authority (“MTA”) maintenance crew was called upon to respond to a broken escalator at the 5th Avenue/53rd Street subway station in New York City. While an MTA employee acknowledge that the malfunctioning escalator could have caused a serious injury to commuters, luckily, there was no escalator injury as a…

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