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Substantial Settlement for Family of Bladder Cancer Patient

January 2, 2018 in
Even after a cancer is initially diagnosed or treated, medical negligence can still follow. Sullivan Papain Block McGrath & Cannavo P.C. represented a plaintiff whose doctors failed to properly assess his post-surgical condition and negligently dismissed his subsequent claims of extreme pain. Our client,...
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NYC Housing Authority Accused of False Lead Paint Inspections of Thousands of NYC Apartments

January 2, 2018 in
For years, the NYC Housing Authority (NYCHA) has claimed it made required annual inspections of its apartments for lead paint. However, the Department of Investigations charged Tuesday that NYCHA stopped doing all annual inspections from 2012 through 2014 and continuing into 2016 on thousands of apartments. Tenants...
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New Safety Training Requirements Signed Into Law In NY

January 2, 2018 in
Construction safety is a high priority for Sullivan Papain Block McGrath & Cannavo P.C. (SPBMC), as we have had years of success recovering millions of dollars for workers injured or killed on-site. Thankfully, this has also been a hot topic among New York’s public...
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Transportation Safety Tips For Construction Workers

January 2, 2018 in
Construction workers encounter safety risks in all phases of their jobs, whether their feet are on the ground or behind the wheel. Sullivan Papain Block McGrath & Cannavo P.C. (SPBMC) has represented workers who have been injured or killed while driving to, from and...
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Demolition’s Unique Safety Hazards

January 2, 2018 in
Sullivan Papain Block McGrath & Cannavo, PC (SPBMC) has successfully represented demolitionists and other construction professionals who have been injured or killed while on-the-job. Demolition work involves many of the hazards associated with construction, from falling objects and toxic exposure to electrocution and musculoskeletal...
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