Manhattan Garage Collapse — What you Need to Know Manhattan was shaken this week by the collapse of a large parking garage — here’s what you need to know: The Ann Street Garage has been the subject of scrutiny from city inspectors for decades. Nearly two decades ago, city inspectors cited the property owner for … Read more
Any number of situations can warrant a personal injury case – including car and transportation accidents, instances of negligence, product defects, and medical malpractice. While every case is different, New York law ensures that injured parties can seek monetary compensation to assist with medical bills, property damage, lost wages, and even non-economic losses, such as … Read more
New York City Housing Authority has neglected many tenants and is being sued for many violations of living conditions.
14 year-old camper is allowed to work in the kitchen of a sleep away camp when he is burned on boiling corn. Camp tries to argue he is an employee and can not sue. Leav & Steinberg defeat this argument and recover $685,000.00 for his injuries.
Camp injuries-many children are unreasonably exposed to danger and injured at camps due to negligence