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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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Data Shows 2021 Was the Deadliest Year of Car Crashes in NYC Since 2013

A study recently published by Transportation Alternatives noted that 273 people died in car crashes in New York City in 2021. Of the 273 total fatalities, over a quarter of them (73) occurred between October and December alone. This is the highest number of traffic fatalities recorded in New York City since 2014 when Vision…

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Firm Partner Liza Milgrim Recovers $700,000 for Assault Victim in New York City

On January 17th, 2022, SPBMCC Partner Liza Milgrim successfully obtained a settlement totaling $700,000 in a security negligence case where a woman was physically assaulted, raped and threatened death by a gun-bearing assailant in her own apartment building.     Woman Assaulted In Her Apartment Building, Claims the Building was Negligently Maintained   The plaintiff…

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Construction Worker Fatally Falls Through Roof of Abandoned Hospital

The New Jersey State Police is investigating a fatal incident where a construction worker fell through the roof of an abandoned psychiatric hospital in Marlboro on Wednesday, November 17th, 2021.    33-Year-Old Construction Worker Found Dead Inside Abandoned Psychiatric Hospital   Cristian Velez-Hurtado of Paterson, New Jersey, was found inside Marlboro State Hospital around 9:30…

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Avoiding Fire Injuries During the Holiday Season

While the winter holidays are the most festive time of year, they can quickly become a nightmare if you or someone you know suffers a serious burn injury. An increase in elaborate holiday cooking and baking, flammable holiday decorations, and the increased use of candles and fireplaces leads to a higher rate of house fires…

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