Products Liability

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Significant Results

Earsing v. Service Merchandise, substantial settlement on behalf of infant plaintiff for loss of eye when shot in eye with BB gun.  First case in New York State to hold seller of BB’s liable by establishing a private right of action against the seller of BB’s to a person under the age of 16 which is prohibited under New York law.

Day v. Ford Motor Company, achieved substantial settlement against Ford Motor Company for defective seat to floor latches (products liability).

Felschow v. Kentucky Rebuild Corp, substantial settlement on behalf of plaintiff who lost several fingers in stamping machine.  Established stamping machine product liability.

F.N. Burt Co v. Press Ink Manufacturer, substantial settlement against press ink manufacturer which caused delamenation of printed boxes spoiling million dollar order.

Piotrowski v. Medtronic, substantial settlement on behalf of post-operative back surgery patient who experienced complications as a result of defective pedicle screw which fractured post-surgery.

Personal Injury Practice Areas

  • Auto Accident
  • Construction Site Accidents
  • Dental Malpractice
  • Medical Malpractice
  • Nursing Home Claims
  • Podiatric Malpractice
  • Premises Liability
  • Products Liability
  • Railroad Accidents
  • Vaccine Injury

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Personal Injury – Products Liability

Testimonials & Case Results

  • "A worker was loading a logging truck and was not given the proper safety equipment.  He fell off the truck and sustained injury.  A high six figure settlement was negotiated for the client and this case expanded the scope of liability under the Labor Law in New York to include falls off trucks."

  • "After orthopedic knee surgery, a man called his surgeon’s private office complaining of chest pain.   The surgeon’s office failed to respond appropriately to the complaints which were of an emergency nature and the man died of pulmonary embolism the next day.  A significant settlement was negotiated on behalf of his family during the trial."

  • "After orthopedic knee surgery, a man called his surgeon’s private office complaining of chest pain.   The surgeon’s office failed to respond appropriately to the complaints which were of an emergency nature and the man died of pulmonary embolism the next day.  A significant settlement was negotiated on behalf of his family during the trial."

  • A young woman underwent a bunionectomy performed by a Podiatrist which was performed improperly, leaving her foot disfigured and leaving her in more pain than she had been in before the surgery.  The Podiatrist agreed to a significant six figure settlement shortly prior to trial.

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