NEW YORK, New York, February 1, 2017 — The Frankel Law Firm in New York City recently settled a lead poisoning case for the sum of Two Million and Six Hundred Thousand Dollars ($2,600,000.). The suit alleged in relevant part that the plaintiff was lead poisoned in an apartment in Westchester County, New York. The… Continue reading Lead Poisoning Victim Represented by The Frankel Law Firm Recovers $2,600,000.00
What rights does a young adult have to bring an action dating back many years to a time when he or she was a child? An example may be instructive on this issue. A young adult, 20 years of age, learns that when she was 3 years old she suffered from an elevated lead level. … Continue reading How Young Adults Bring an Action Dating Back Many Years
In New York City there are statutes which define the legal responsibility to maintain sidewalks. The New York Administrative Code Section 7-210 which was effective on September 14, 2003 (and therefore applicable since that date,) provides that it is the legal duty of the owner of a property abutting any sidewalk (including the intersection portion… Continue reading Accidents on Defective or Poorly Maintained New York City Sidewalks – Who is Legally Responsible for Maintaining the Sidewalk?