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SPBMCC Recovers Over $1.3 Million in Construction Site Accident Case

SPBMCC recently recovered a total of $1,337,500 for an assistant superintendent who fell through an HVAC pre-cut hole on the bulkhead roof at a construction site.    Plaintiff Sustains Fracture After Construction Site Accident, Requiring Surgeries The roofing company that the plaintiff worked for had placed roofing paper over the entire roof at the construction…
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Firm Associate Elyssa Shifren Obtains $950,000 Settlement for a Victim of Medical Malpractice

A man who suffered the repercussions of a broken catheter left in his chest post-operatively was awarded $950,000 after Sullivan Papain Block McGrath Coffinas & Cannavo P.C. Associate Elyssa Shifren represented him in an action venued in Kings County.   Plaintiff Acquires Infection After A Catheter Fragment was Left in His Chest Post-Surgery In 2016,…
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An Overview of Three Common Birth Injuries That Occur in New York

Birth injury can be the result of medical malpractice in which a medical professional’s negligence causes serious and often irreversible damage to the newborn or their mother. Muscle or brain-related birth injuries can lead to a lifetime of physical difficulties, delays in motor function and developmental hindrances, and oftentimes, these obstacles could have been avoided…
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The September 11th Victim Compensation Fund (VCF) is Open to Survivors, Residents, Workers, and Students, and Not Just First Responders.

Congress established the September 11th Victim Compensation Fund (VCF) out of a desire to provide aid to individuals or their loved ones whose health was affected by the events that occurred on September 11, 2001 and in the ensuing aftermath. It is a common misconception that the VCF’s financial benefits are solely limited to first…
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Keeping New York Construction Workers Safe During COVID-19

Construction workers are faced with substantial physical risks every day, and the COVID-19 pandemic has created an additional threat to workers’ health and safety. As a partially essential industry in New York, companies must take extensive precautionary measures to protect workers against the risks associated with the coronavirus and potential physical injury on the job.…
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