Owner of a Building Liable Under NYS Labor Law 240(1) in a Construction Accident
October 08, 2019
In Roblero v. Bais Ruchel High School, Inc., the plaintiff fell from a scaffold while he was doing plumbing work at a construction site owned by the defendant. The plaintiff was not wearing a harness or a lanyard when he fell from the scaffold. . The plaintiff brought the case against the owner of the building alleging that they violated Labor Law 240(1) which states that: “owners and...
Reza Rezvani among Top 100 Trial Lawyers
August 22, 2019
We congratulate Mr. Rezvani for being selected as a member to the National Trial Lawyers Top 100. The National Trial Lawyers: Top 100 is an invitation-only organization composed of the premier trial lawyers from each state or region who must meet strict qualifications as a civil plaintiff trial attorney, an achievement many attorneys are unable to claim. The organization says membership is...
Opposition to Motion to Dismiss Filed in Riddell Defective Helmet Suit
July 18, 2019
Plaintiff in a case pending in Texas alleging defects in a Riddell football helmet caused brain damage in a high school suicide victim has argued that the suit does not violate the statute of limitations. Defendant argued that the complaint was filed over a month late, but the plaintiff claims that the statute of limitations was tolled in connection with a class action filed in Illinois. ...
Johnson & Johnson Faces $1 Billion Trial in California over Pelvic Mesh
July 18, 2019
The California Attorney General’s office has pushed its lawsuit alleging Johnson & Johnson falsely marketed its pelvic mesh to trial. The complaint alleges that Johnson & Johnson intentionally concealed that its mesh devices could cause heath risks in patients. The state is seeking nearly a billion dollars in penalties. A successful verdict for the plaintiff could encourage other...
Bicyclist Wins Record $110M Verdict Against NYC Transit Authority
April 11, 2019
A Brooklyn Jury’s award of $110 million to a bicyclist injured from the negligence of the New York City Transit Authority is the largest single-plaintiff, non-medical malpractice verdict in New York State. The plaintiff, 23 years old at the time of the accident, suffered severe injuries to his spinal cord resulting in paralysis when a 10 foot rail tie dislodged during a NYCTA track...
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