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Safety Precautions During Winter Weather in New York: Keep Our Construction Workers Safe

The construction industry poses a myriad of risks year-round, however, winter weather brings unique concerns, especially for those working within the Northeast. Large cities such as New York average low temperatures in the twenties during winter months, leading to frozen jobsites and the potential for serious snowfall.    Here, the construction accident attorneys at Sullivan…
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Senior Partner Chris McGrath Obtains Massive $131 Million Verdict For Plaintiff Illegally Denied Zoning and Development Rights

In the matter of Sinclair Haberman and Belair Building LLC  v. Zoning Board of Appeals, firm Senior Partner and distinguished trial lawyer Chris McGrath obtained an incredible verdict on behalf on his client, with damages totaling $131,292,386.   Belair Building, LLC Wins $ 131 Million Dollar Award Against City of Long Beach–City Illegally Schemed For…
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Governor Cuomo’s 5-Step Plan to Battle the COVID-19 Surge in New York

In early December, New York State Governor Andrew Cuomo announced a comprehensive five-step plan in an attempt to mitigate the effects of a COVID-19 surge this winter. Here, the personal injury attorneys at Sullivan Papain Block McGrath Coffinas & Cannavo P.C. outline Governor Cuomo’s five strategies for softening the blow of another surge.    Strategy…
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An Overview of the Medical Malpractice Statute of Limitations

When you receive treatment from a medical professional, you place trust in their ability to relieve your pain or discomfort through medical intervention. But what happens if you suffer at the hands of that medical professional due to negligence? Medical malpractice lawsuits can be complex, and it is important to note state-specific requirements for filing…
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FDA Issues a Class One Recall on Medtronic Catheters

On November 3, 2020, the Food and Drug Administration  (FDA) issued a Class I recall, the most serious type of recall, for the Medtronic Rashkind Balloon Septostomy Catheter. The recall follows at least one reported death and two severe injuries sustained by Medtronic catheter users. The catheters are used during surgery to create an atrial…
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