How Can Restaurant Owners File Business Interruption Claims?

Until the coronavirus pandemic struck, the hospitality industry was thriving in the greater New York area. This widespread disease and its impact on our city and the country were unexpected and unfathomable before it struck. Unfortunately, restaurants have been severely impacted and they are struggling to stay afloat. Many restaurant owners secured funds under the…

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Can I File a Lawsuit for a Breast Cancer Misdiagnosis in New York?

If you are a New York resident and a victim of breast cancer misdiagnosis where your medical physician failed to accurately or promptly diagnose your condition, you may be eligible to file a lawsuit in the state of New York. Below, firm Partner and leader in medical malpractice litigation, Elizabeth Montesano, explains the process for…

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SPBMCC Associate Beth N. Jablon Recovers Damages Totaling $900,000 for Victim of Vehicle Collision

On August 6th, 2020, Associate Beth N. Jablon obtained a $900,000 settlement for a woman who suffered multiple injuries in a T-bone collision in New York.     62-Year-Old Woman Suffers Injuries After Serious Automotive Collision    The plaintiff, a 62-year-old female, was a front-seat passenger in a vehicle that was involved in a T-bone collision.…

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What to Do if You Have Developed Cancer After Using Talcum Powder

Johnson & Johnson has been under extensive legal fire in the past few years due to thousands of allegations that their talcum powder-based products, such as Baby Powder and Shower-to-Shower, cause cancer. If you or a loved one has been diagnosed with ovarian cancer or mesothelioma after using a talc-based product manufactured by Johnson &…

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