New York Personal Injury Attorneys
SPBMCC Member Mark A. Apostolos Secures $825,000 Settlement for Wrongful Death
On May 24, 2023, SPBMCC Firm Member Mark A. Apostolos secured an $825,000 settlement for the family of a woman struck by a vehicle while crossing the street and died from her injuries.
Woman Killed by Vehicle While Crossing Within a Crosswalk
A woman was killed while walking within a crosswalk on the Bronx River Parkway in Westchester. According to a police investigation, she was walking across despite not having a walk signal.
Despite Green Light, Case Settles for $825,000
According to the police investigation and reconstruction of the accident, the vehicle that struck the plaintiff had a green light. Still, Apostolos proved that the driver was violating the speed limit when she was struck and that the municipality had previously failed to replace the street lamp on the corner where she was struck. The case was settled in Westchester County Supreme Court for $825,000 just prior to trial.
Learn More About Firm Member Mark A. Apostolos
Mark Apostolos has been with the firm since 2013 and has proven to be a tremendous advocate for his clients, recovering millions of dollars on their behalf. He has also successfully achieved numerous jury verdicts for his clients, including six and seven-figure jury results. He is licensed to practice law in New York and New Jersey. To learn more about firm Member Mark Apostolos, click here.
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As a full-service personal injury firm, Sullivan Papain Block McGrath Coffinas & Cannavo, P.C. specializes in all areas of personal injury. Our dedicated litigation support teams diligently and vigorously represent clients, including matters related to 9/11-related illness, personal injury, car accidents, construction accidents, medical malpractice, premises liability, product liability, and firefighter law across New York City, Long Island, Nassau, Suffolk counties, and New Jersey. Contact us today to learn more about our firm or schedule a consultation with an attorney.