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$7.0 Million for a Union Electrician
$7.0 Million for a Union Electrician, the in his 40's, who while installing an exterior electrical sign at a bank received an electrical shock and fell off of his ladder fracturing his spine; despite multiple defendants' counsels' claims that Plantiff's injuries pre-existed the incident and/or that he was the sole cause of his injury.
$6.0 Million for Union Laborers
$6.0 Million at trial for two construction laborers who were hit by a vehicle. One of the construction workers sustained a right leg injury that ultimately required an above-
$3.1 Million for Union Worker
$3.1 Million received by a 29 year old window washer who fell when his ladder broke and sustained multiple fractures and head injuries.$3.0 Million for Union Carpenter
$3.0 Million for a Union Carpenter
$3.0 Million awarded to Union Carpenter who was injured when he fell, resulting in knee and back injuries.
$2.2 Million for Account Executive
$2.2 Million award for a 39 year old account executive who was involved in a rear-
$1.975 Million for Union Laborer
$1.975 Million settlement on behalf of a 43 year old union carpenter. Our client, while sheet rocking, fell from a Baker’s scaffold, causing a fractured elbow that required multiple surgeries. We were able to settle the case prior to the scheduling of a trial date, expediting the entire process for the client and providing much needed relief for his family.
$1.9 Million for HVAC Worker
$1.9 Million for a 46 year old HVAC worker who fell from a defective ladder aggravating a prior knee injury. This required arthroscopic surgery, a future knee replacement was recommended and he was unable to return to work.
$1.7 Million for Non-Union Cable Technician
$1.7 Million for a then age 42 year-old cable technician who fell of the ladder upon which he was working when it shifted; causing neck and hand injuries requiring multiple surgeries. Defendants' experts maintained that Plaintiff's injuries were not casually related, he was not involved in a protected activity and/or the building owner claimed to be exempt from liability under the Public Service Law.
$1.5 Million in Car Accident Case
$1.5 Million for a 45 year old woman involved in an intersectional collision. Both drivers claimed the right of way. At the time of the collision she had a lawsuit already pending for a prior car accident in which she also sustained neck and back injuries. This collision aggravated her prior injuries and required surgery.
$1.36 Million for Union Carpenter
$1.36 Million for a then 41 year old union carpenter who sustained a serious foot fracture, with complications healing; which verdict was reduced by 35% due to his percentage of fault.
$1.2 Million for Union Electrician
$1.2 Million for an electrician in his 50’s who fell at a construction site, which aggravated a pre-
$1.0 Million in Truck Accident Case
$1.0 Million for a New York City Supervisor whose vehicle was rear-