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Daily Harvest Meal Kits Leading to Gastrointestinal Pain and Hospitalizations

TikTok influencer Abby Silverman, a Sullivan, Papain, Block, McGrath, Coffinas, & Cannavo client, often receives packages from companies to review on social media. However, after consuming Daily Harvest’s French Lentil + Leek Crumbles, she says she developed extreme stomach and gastrointestinal pain leading to hospitalization. She is not alone. As multiple people across the country…

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20 SPBMCC Attorneys Make the 2022 Super Lawyers® and Rising Stars® Lists

The firm is pleased to announce that 20 members of our firm were recognized in the 2022 New York Metro Super Lawyers® and Rising Stars® lists. Every year, Super Lawyers recognizes accomplished attorneys in the New York Metro through an extensive peer-selection process. Below are attorneys who received this year’s honorable recognition. 2022 New York…

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Coffinas Recovers $1,200,000 in Breast Cancer Diagnosis Delay Case

The attorneys at Sullivan Papain Block McGrath Coffinas & Cannavo P.C. are pleased to announce the recovery of $1,200,000 on behalf of a medical malpractice victim whose breast cancer diagnosis was delayed.   Plaintiff Undergoes a Mammogram to Detect Signs of Cancer, Never Receives Results   A 52-year-old woman had a mammogram in February 2016….

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Senior Partner Nick Papain Mentioned on FOX News Regarding VCF Deadline

Many people do not realize that registering with the World Trade Center Health Program (WTCHP) and the Victim Compensation Fund (VCF) are separate processes. Experienced VCF lawyer, Nick Papain, recently mentioned on FOX News that he is getting calls from “clients – first responders in particular – who were certified for a particular illness more…

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