The personal injury lawyers at Worby Groner Edelman, LLP have established a reputation for success and attracted attention from numerous media outlets including TV, radio, and print publications.
NYPD Detective John Walcott, a cleanup worker at Ground Zero and the Fresh Kills landfill, isn’t sure whom to blame for his leukemia. All he knows is that his life will never be the same.
More than 600 people have filed a class-action lawsuit contending they suffered health problems from the cleanup of the World Trade Center.
Two NYPD detectives are claiming in a new lawsuit that the city failed to protect them from toxic fumes at Ground Zero and from 9/11 debris at Fresh Kills landfill.
A Yonkers boy who suffered permanent injuries after being hit by a twice-convicted drunken driver two years ago has won a $14 million settlement.
A Bronx landlord was found partially liable for the 1993 slayings known as the St. Valentine’s Day massacre and was ordered to pay the victims’ families a chunk of a $16.4 million judgment.
Dating violence used to be overlooked – or else confused with typical adolescent dramatics. Now there seems to be a rising tide of awareness.
About 800 people who worked clearing the World Trade Center site have filed a class action against the leaseholder and those who supervised the cleanup, alleging they did little to protect workers from the toxins that were unleashed when the towers collapsed on Sept. 11, 2001.
Three years after the World Trade Center attacks, people who worked and lived near ground zero are sick with respiratory problems
Only 1 in 5 cleanup workers at Ground Zero wore respirators while at the site in the aftermath of the terror strikes.
An angry mother yesterday accused Westchester Medical Center of botching a routine procedure on her daughter that left the young woman comatose and brain-damaged.
Five times a day, someone is killed by a truck driver who’s asleep at the wheel.
Car phone companies believe you can drive and talk at the same time. But a lawsuit filed in New York recently would hold them responsible for what drivers do behind the wheel.
A former student of Five Towns College in Dix Hills has been awarded $480,000 from the college after a Westchester jury found the college liable for an injury she received while living in off-campus housing.
The mother of a 14-year-old Greenburgh girl who was crushed to death by her school bus last month broke down and wept yesterday as lawyers announced a $30 million lawsuit against the bus company and bus driver.
Judge says personality sets great attorneys apart
Hospital awaits more actions after outbreak of Legionnaires’
Officials seek links to Sound Shore Legionnaires’ cases
Class action claims workers inadequately shielded from toxins
St. Vincents faces 2nd suit over sex attacks on patients
Girl alleges district ignored boy’s strife before his suicide
Ten years ago today, a propane tanker heading east on Interstate 287 barreled toward the median.
Catheter mistake damaged woman’s brain, suit alleges
A $14.4 million out-of-court settlement was awarded yesterday to an 11-year-old boy, who was run over by a delivery driver with a history of drunken-driving convictions.
U.S. money to aid terror victims’ kin has Dec. 22  cutoff
Construction crew, companies blamed in wrongful-death case
Victim’s lawyer blames Cottage School for attack
Victim’s lawyer lays groundwork for filing civil suit
Mount Kisco man fell 12 feet when floor at site collapsed.
City admits no liability despite $500,000 verdict
A group of workers has filed a class-action lawsuit against the companies hired to clean up after the World Trade Center attack.
The former girlfriend of a Tuckahoe baseball star who tried to strangle her before throwing himself in front of a train last May has sued the Tuckahoe school district, her lawyer said.
A 34-year-old construction worker who was left paralyzed by a fall at a Yorktown work site two years ago has laid claim to a $4.7 million settlement.
Hundreds of people who worked on the World Trade Center cleanup after the Sept. 11 terror attacks have filed a class-action lawsuit.
If you or someone you love has been injured due to another person’s negligence, you may be eligible to receive compensation. Contact Worby Groner Edelman, LLP today.
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