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Food Bank to Launch Delivery Program to the Homebound

July 2, 2020 in
The Hempstead Town awarded Long Island food bank Island Harvest $2.1 million to create a new food delivery program for homebound seniors, veterans and quarantined families. Town board members on Wednesday agreed to pay for the program using some of the $133 million in federal CARES Act funds the town...
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Accidents involving self-driving cars

May 26, 2020 in
Are self-driving automobiles the face of the future? Some people believe that driverless cars will someday be very popular. Others think that self-driving automobiles are accidents just waiting to happen. Not long ago a self-driving vehicle struck and killed a pedestrian. Other recent accidents...
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The Rights of Construction Workers

May 26, 2020 in
We have great respect for our construction workers. They perform extraordinarily important and essential tasks. Construction workers work long and hard hours. Their jobs are often profoundly demanding and they certainly run the risk of serious injuries. They deal with heavy machinery, dangerous and...
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SPBMCC Partner Elizabeth Montesano Obtains Over $3 Million in Medical Malpractice and Wrongful Death Case

May 11, 2020 in
SPBMCC Partner Elizabeth Montesano represented the family of a deceased Brooklyn man who collapsed outside hospital doors just minutes after he was discharged from the hospital. Brooklyn Man Dies After His Physicians Fail to Provide Proper Treatment A 46-year-old husband and father of four...
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SPBMCC Partner Elizabeth Montesano Obtains Settlement of $1 Million for the Plaintiff in Medical Malpractice Case

May 8, 2020 in
Firm Partner Elizabeth Montesano successfully represented a 35-year-old woman whose breast cancer diagnosis was delayed for a year and a half because of her physician’s negligence.  Plaintiff Receives a Delayed Breast Cancer Diagnosis After Her Physician’s Misdiagnosis  In June 2016, the plaintiff felt a...
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