New York City is known for its massive construction projects, whether they be to house the millions of people that call New York City home, provide office and retail spaces for businesses, or facilitate needed gathering places. Nearly 200,000 New York City residents work in construction and risk their lives to make our city a … Read more
As the second-largest Marine Corps base in the United States, Camp Lejeune has had a notorious history unlike any other military training facility to date. From its early days as a WWII training point to its 30-plus-year water contamination crisis, the historical timeline of the military base has affected countless veterans and civilians — leaving … Read more
As our firm has worked tirelessly over the last 24 years to help those seriously injured in accidents, all our cases are “moving” and “impactful.” Sometimes, however, a case has just a certain set of facts that make our work all the more important. Inside the Personal Injury Case Leav & Steinberg, LLP has been … Read more
While COVID-19 restrictions has crippled the City and many firms, Leav & Steinberg, LLP has the infrastructure, technology and reputation to resolve matters for full value and get our client’s complete justice; resolving over 20 cases for nearly $3,000,000.00 in the last month.
Partner Edward Steinberg presents the New York Legistlative Changes at the Decisions 2018 seminar on behalf of the New York State Trial Lawyers Association
Partner Edward Steinberg was retained by a NYPD Officer having successfully represented her family in the past and recovers the full $1,000,000.00 limits for a carpal tunnel hand surgery as a result of a car accident.
This blog is often filled with stories of clients who have sustained serious life altering injuries and have asked LEAV & STEINBERG, LLP to represent them in seeking the legal justice and adequate compensation due to the negligent actions of others. Very often the cases take years to progress through litigation. Very often at each … Read more
Subways and taxis are common ways to get around New York City. But an ever more common and older method of transportation is walking. There are sidewalks throughout Manhattan and the boroughs. And on these sidewalks are many pedestrians walking to various destinations. The City of New York Parks & Recreation department has a program … Read more
Connecticut Train Crash Highlights Rail Dangers, But Also Improvements in Rail Safety Back in the 1980’s there was a radio commercial encouraging people to “take the train to the plane.” If you think about it even a little bit, the tune will come to you. New York City is well known for its subway trains … Read more
Under the lip of the kitchen sink. In the corners of the shower. Around the base of the bathroom sink faucet. Then there are always the science experiments in the back of the refrigerator. These are common areas of mold growth. Mold can be a good thing, like penicillium that produces the antibiotic penicillin. But … Read more