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17 People Dead and Dozens More Injured in Worst NYC Fires in Decades

On Sunday, January 9th, a Bronx apartment fire lead to the deaths of 17 individuals, including eight children, and many more left in critical condition after suffering serious injuries. The horrific incident was one of the most severe New York City fires in decades.   Faulty Space Heater Ignites in Duplex, Causes Massive Apartment Fire…

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Harlem Blaze Destroys Row of Stores, One Firefighter Injured

Early in the morning on Wednesday, November 3rd, a massive fire destroyed a row of stores on Lenox Avenue in Harlem. The five-alarm fire began just after 3 am before spreading to other stores.   The blaze continued for nine hours before firefighters on the scene brought the fire under control. It took more than…

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SPBMCC Partner Glenn W. Nick Secures $1.6 Million Settlement on Behalf of New York City Firefighter and His Wife

On November 3, 2021 in New York State Supreme Court, Kings County, Sullivan Papain Block McGrath Coffinas & Cannavo P.C. Partner Glenn W. Nick recovered a $1.6 million settlement on behalf of a New York City firefighter and his wife.    Firefighter Uses Scuttle Ladder to Access Building Fire   On March 6, 2018, our…

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Washington Heights Apartment Fire Kills 7-Year-Old Boy, Critically Injures Grandmother

Early Saturday morning on October 30th, a fire at a Washington Heights apartment building killed a seven-year-old boy and critically injured his grandmother. Here, our team of New York firefighter law attorneys at Sullivan Papain Block McGrath Coffinas & Cannavo P.C. provide an overview of the tragic event.   Washington Heights Apartment Building Catches Fire…

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Hackensack Office Fire Caused by Exhaust Fan

On Saturday, October 9th in Hackensack, New Jersey, a fire broke out in an office building off of Main Street. First responders discovered that the blaze broke out as a result of an exhaust fan catching fire. Here, the premises liability and firefighter attorneys at Sullivan Papain Block McGrath Coffinas & Cannavo P.C. discuss the…

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