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An Owner’s Liability For The Acts Of Its Dog

September 10, 2019 in
An owner of a dog who knows, or has reason to know, that his or her animal has a vicious disposition or a vicious propensity will be strictly liable for injuries or property damage caused by its animal. The term “vicious disposition” includes not...
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SPBMC Member David J. Dean Obtains $19 Million Verdict in Kota vs. Nassau County

August 29, 2019 in
SPBMC Member and trial attorney David J. Dean obtained a substantial verdict against Nassau county that was recently featured as a part of New York Law Journal’s Top Verdicts & Settlements 2019 issue, ranking #12 Verdict overall and #1 in its category. The case,...
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Fourteen SPBMC Attorneys Recognized on The Best Lawyers in America® 2020 List

August 21, 2019 in
The attorneys at Sullivan Papain Block McGrath & Cannavo P.C. are pleased to announce that 14 attorneys were named to The Best Lawyers in America® for 2020, a peer-reviewed recognition and national legal rating service.  Robert G. Sullivan, Partner, was recognized in the practice...
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SPBMC Counsel James Wilkens’ Recent Multi-Million Dollar Verdict Published in the New York Law Journal

July 30, 2019 in
The details of a multi-million dollar verdict obtained by SPBMC Counsel James Wilkens’ were recently published in the New York Law Journal. The verdict was obtained after the delivery of Wilkens’ client, Somaya McCloud, was determined to be mismanaged, causing her to suffer severe...
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SPBMC Partner Nicholas Papain Obtains $1.75 Million Settlement for U.S. Postal Worker in Slip-and-Fall Claim

July 26, 2019 in
SPBMC Partner Nicholas Papain recently obtained a $1.75 million settlement for a United States Post Office letter carrier who sustained a significant ankle injury after he fell on ice on a homeowner’s driveway.  Mr. Papain’s client, a 40-year-old letter carrier, was delivering mail the...
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