Beth N. Jablon

Associate + 2005 + Garden City

Admissions/Courts:

  • New York, 2002
  • Supreme Court of New York, 2002
  • U.S. Federal Courts, 2003
  • U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of New York
  • U.S. District Court Southern District of New York

Verdicts + Settlements

  • $3.9 Million awarded from the September 11th Victim Compensation Fund to a New York City Firefighter who was diagnosed with Stage IV Lung Cancer as a result of his toxic exposure at the World Trade Center site during rescue and recovery operations.
  • $2.4 Million awarded from the September 11th Victim Compensation Fund to a New York City Firefighter who was diagnosed with severely disabling lower respiratory injuries as a result of his toxic exposure at the World Trade Center site during rescue and recovery operations.
  • $2.3 Million awarded from the September 11th Victim Compensation Fund to a New York City Firefighter who was diagnosed with severely disabling lower respiratory injuries and sarcoidosis as a result of his toxic exposure at the World Trade Center site during rescue and recovery operations.
  • $2.2 Million awarded from the September 11th Victim Compensation Fund to a New York City Firefighter who was diagnosed with severely disabling upper and lower respiratory injuries as a result of his toxic exposure at the World Trade Center site during rescue and recovery operations.
  • $2.2 Million awarded from the September 11th Victim Compensation Fund to a New York City Firefighter who was diagnosed with severely disabling kidney cancer and upper respiratory injuries as a result of his toxic exposure at the World Trade Center site during rescue and recovery operations.
  • $900,000 for a 62 year old female, who was a front seat passenger in a vehicle that was involved in a T-bone collision. Plaintiff suffered multiple fractured ribs and a fractured sternum. It was alleged that the severe blunt force trauma caused plaintiff to develop acute traumatic cardiomyopathy, resulting in a severely reduced ejection fraction that required cardiac catheterization and subsequent implantation of ICD/Pacemaker. The case settled at private mediation while awaiting trial.
  • $750,000 for a 47 year old self-employed female whose vehicle was struck in the rear by defendant’s vehicle. It was alleged that defendant’s negligence caused permanent injury to plaintiff’s head and face with regard to her right eye and eyelid, along with some cognitive and neurological deficits. Defendant argued that plaintiff stopped short and that plaintiff had a long history of eye issues, in addition to a long history of claims related to cognition and memory, as a result of multiple prior episodes of toxic exposure. The case settled while the jury deliberated the liability phase of trial.

Awards and Recognition

  • American Institute of Personal Injury Attorneys “10 Best – Client Satisfaction” for Exceptional and Outstanding Client Service (2019 and 2020)
  • National Trial Lawyers Top 100 Civil Plaintiff (2019)
  • Super Lawyers Rising Stars (2015 and 2016)
  • National Trial Lawyers Top 40 Under 40 (2014 and 2015)
  • National Association of Personal Injury Attorneys Top 10 Under 40 (2015)

Education

  • Hofstra University School of Law, Hempstead, New York • JD 2001
  • University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland • B.A. 1998
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