Do Buildings Collapse During Construction?


Building collapses happen more regularly than some people may believe. As one of the most serious of all construction accidents, a building collapse can often result in serious injuries, fatalities, and immense suffering and damage that puts both workers inside and around the structure, as well as pedestrians walking nearby, at risk. If you are…

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SPBMCC Partner David J. Dean, Esq. Recognized in Top 100 Lawyers

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We are so excited to announce that Sullivan Papain, Block, McGrath, Coffinas & Cannavo, P.C. Partner David J. Dean, Esq. was recently highlighted in the Top 100 Lawyers. Affiliated with the firm since 1997, he handles complex and challenging litigation cases, such as medical malpractice, nursing home negligence, and the plaintiff’s personal injury-related claims. Dean…

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NYC street renamed after hero NYPD detective and crusader for 9/11 survivors

Firefighter Law

The corner of Scholes and Humboldt Streets, in Brooklyn, will now be known as Detective Barbara Taylor-Burnette Place. SPBMCC Client Honored in Brooklyn The legacy of a hero NYPD detective, crusader for 9/11 survivors, and former SPBMCC client was immortalized last month by renaming a street near her beloved Williamsburg Houses was renamed in her…

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SPBMCC Attorneys Wilkens and Montesano Successfully Recover $990,000 in Medical Negligence Case

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James Wilkens, Esq., obtained a settlement totaling $990,000 following a physician’s negligence in prescribing Levofloxacin which caused bilateral Achilles tendon ruptures. 66-Year Old Man Without History of Needing Ambulatory Assistance Left in Walker  The plaintiff was an active, 66-year-old retired man who had no trouble walking and did not need any assistive devices to ambulate…

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