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SPBMCC Partner Mark Apostolos Obtains $1 Million Settlement for Family of Labor Law Accident Victim

On April 19, 2022 in Westchester Supreme Court, SPBMCC Partner Mark Apostolos obtained a $1 million settlement for the family of a man who died while working on a construction site.    Construction Worker Succumbs to Injuries After Suffering Workplace Accident   The plaintiff was working on a construction site on October 4, 2018 when…

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6-Year-Old Boy In Critical Condition After Falling Down Elevator Shaft in Bronx Apartment Building

On April 21st, 2022, a six-year-old boy accidentally fell down an elevator shaft in a six-story Bronx apartment building and suffered life-threatening injuries including a fractured skull. Officers and firefighters found him unconscious on top of the elevator around 12:45 pm that day.   Child Finds Unlocked Door to Elevator Shaft From Roof of Apartment…

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Can I Sue My Apartment Complex for a Fire?

Since the start of 2022, New York City has had a string of serious fires in various apartment buildings and housing complexes throughout the five boroughs. In fact, the Department of Investigation has opened an inquiry into whether a pattern of maintenance problems has contributed to recent fires at public housing developments in the City….

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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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