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SPBMCC Partner Liza Milgrim Secures $1.25 Million for a Construction Worker

On June 1, 2022, SPBMCC Partner Liza Milgrim secured a $1.25 million settlement for a project engineer who fell 20 feet from a ship ladder and suffered a fracture that required two surgeries.   22-Year-Old Man Suffers Fracture After Falling From Ship Ladder    The plaintiff, while trying to close a hatch door as he…

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Recent Electric Car Battery Fires Prompt Concern

Last month, a round of electrical fires prompted new concerns over the safety of electric car batteries. In three separate incidents in May, the batteries in various models of Tesla’s electric vehicles ignited, leading to electrical fires that took hours to extinguish. This is compared to just minutes it would take to extinguish a typical…

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SPBMCC Partner Liza Milgrim Secures $900,000 for Slip and Fall Victim

On May 3, 2022, in the Supreme Court of Nassau County, SPBMCC Partner Liza Milgrim secured a $900,000 settlement for a woman who slipped and fell in a supermarket.    58-Year-Old Woman Slips on Water in Supermarket  The plaintiff was walking down an aisle in the supermarket when she slipped and fell as a result…

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Nearly 100 Former Students and Staff of New Jersey High School Develop Brain Tumors

An emergency contract was awarded to a Middletown engineering firm to conduct an intensive radiological assessment of Colonia High School in Woodbridge, New Jersey after concerns were raised by a 1989 alumni about the school’s possible link to nearly 100 brain tumors among past students and faculty. The school’s entire 28-acre campus is being tested…

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Advocates Cite Research Exploring the Correlation Between 9/11 First-Responders and Health Effects to Ensure WTC Health Program is Funded

Recent research studies explore 9/11 first-responders’ long-term mental and physical health issues, including the risk of respiratory diseases and suicidal ideation related to WTC Disaster Site exposure. Advocates for extending the James Zadroga Act cite many of these recent studies and more to ensure the World Trade Center Health Program is fully funded for victims…

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