Archive for March 2023
David J. Dean’s Success as Lead Trial Attorney in WTC Bombing Trial
On Feb. 26, 1993, a bomb exploded in the parking garage below the North Tower of World Trade Center, killing six people and injuring more than 1,000. Although the bombing was an act of terrorism, in an unprecedented verdict, David J. Dean was able to prove that the Port Authority acted negligently and could have…Read More
How Do You Prove Negligence in Slip and Fall Injury Cases?
Every year, slip and fall injuries send more than 1 million people to the emergency room in the U.S., making them one of the most common reasons for premises liability claims nationwide. Property owners are responsible for keeping the property free from slip and trip hazards. Failure to do so is negligence and can result…Read More
Do I Qualify for Compensation in the Hair Relaxer Cancer Lawsuit?
A recent National Institutes of Health study found a possible link between hair products and certain types of cancer. According to the NIH, people who used straightening products in the previous 12 months experienced higher rates of uterine cancer than those who did not. The association was stronger when comparing more frequent use of hair…Read More
What Is A Typical Whiplash Settlement Amount?
The amount of compensation awarded for a whiplash injury depends on a variety of factors. The severity of the injury, the extent of medical treatment required, the impact of the injury on your daily life, and the jurisdiction in which the case is being heard can all have an impact. Since settlements can vary widely,…Read More
A History of David J. Dean Esq.’s Long and Successful Career
Originally from Chicago, David moved to New York with his family as a child and spent most of his life on Long Island. He now lives in Manhattan with his wife. His love of the law started at only five years old. While he doesn’t remember what prompted him to know the career was a…Read More