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The plaintiffs in the case are the People of the State of New York. The defendant in the case is Nicolas Pierre Louis.

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The plaintiffs in the case, the People of the State of New York offer a deposition in the case for aggravated harassment by the defendant. A New York Injury Lawyer said the plaintiff states that in between the dates of February 22, 2010 through April of 2010, while employed by the Nassau County District Attorney’s Office, as the Assistant Defensive Attorney, I received a number of voice mails from the defendant, Nicolas Pierre – Louis. The voice mails consisted of screaming, yelling, and the use of profanity. Each of the voice mails are both alarming and annoying, filled with profanity and threats as well as offensive comments. These recordings caused me to fear for both my safety and the safety of one of my co-workers as well.

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A woman seeks damages for personal injuries sustained when she slipped and fell (slip and fall) inside parking lot staircase inside of a Center Mall. The premises are jointly owned, managed and operated by the companies who owned the parking garages/lots of the Center Mall. A third party provides certain maintenance and housekeeping services for the Queens Center Mall.

The woman alleges that on the date of the accident, it was an overcast morning with sunrise at 6:22 a.m., and that therefore there was limited natural lighting at the time of the occurrence. The weather records relied upon by moving accused parties indicate that it had rained on the two days prior to the date of the accident with wind gusts up to 53 miles per hour, however that the weather, on the date of the accident, was clear. It is further alleged that the woman was descending the steps of the stairwell when she was caused to slip and fall due to the negligently designed, negligently constructed and/or negligently maintained stairs and treads; recurring wet, slippery, slick and/or damp condition of their stairwell; and unlit or improperly lit condition of their stairwell. A New York Injury Lawyer said the record reveals that the steps are made of cement that is white in color and that there are strip/tread at the edge/nose of each step prior to descending to the next level, that are dark brown or charcoal-colored, and is contrasting in color from the concrete steps. There are also handrails on both sides of the stairs in the subject stairwell.

Furthermore, there was artificial lighting from fluorescent light fixtures that are attached to the walls and there was natural light from the windows facing the north side of the East parking structure, which are sealed shut.

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Two neighbors had a common fence between their properties. The owner of one of the properties had three young children and a rambunctious dog. The owners of the adjoining property were an elderly couple who lived with their niece.

A New York Injury Lawyer said ihttps://www.1800nynylaw.com/n the year prior to the incident, the elderly lady petted the dog through the fence and called the dog “her boyfriend” because he stood up and licked people’s faces. Prior to the incident, the dog would put his forepaws on the fence and barked.

The dog also put his forepaws on people’s chests but in a friendly and non-aggressive manner. But the dog was big and some people are startled by the dog’s overly friendly behavior.

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A woman first came to see the obstetrician on October 14, 2004. She was told that she was estimated to deliver around May 29, 2005. On her first visit, her blood pressure was 100/60. Her first sonogram showed that the size of the fetus was consistent with the due date. But later sonograms showed that the fetus was larger than its gestational age.

A New York Injury Lawyer said by the middle of the month of May, the woman had edema of the hands and feet, her urine had traces of protein and she reported spotting in her vision. On June 6, she reported shivering and on June 7, she reported that she did not feel any heartbeat.

The woman still had not given birth by June 8, 2005 but when she felt tightness in her abdomen and saw blood on her underpants, she went to the hospital. She was noted to have contractions and was placed on a fetal monitor. She was found to only be one to two centimeters dilated.

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A man owned a Chesapeake Bay retriever. It attacked the daughter of his neighbor and caused serious injury to her. The father brought suit against the dog owner and asked the court to declare the Chesapeake Bay retriever a dangerous dog.

A New York Injury Lawyer said a dangerous dog is defined as one who has attacked a person or another animal without justification and has caused serious injury. Under the law, the owner who allows his dog to bite another person knowing that his dog has a propensity to bite shall pay restitution not exceeding $1,500 plus penalties and pay unreimbursed medical expenses, lost earnings and other damages resulting from the injury. The dog will also be put down. Further, the law mandated that the owner of the dog shall be strictly liable for medical costs resulting from injury caused by his dog.

The judge made an oral decision declaring the Chesapeake Bay retriever was a dangerous dog. He imposed the $1,500 civil penalty. The judge declared also that the owner was strictly liable for the unreimbursed medical expenses. The judge deferred ordering the euthanasia of the dog as it had already been sold.

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Plaintiff was admitted to one of the defendants’ hospitals for a cesarean section (birth injury or birth injury accident), the second of such procedures performed upon her, and emerged therefrom a paraplegic (paraplegia). The instant action was then commenced against defendants.

Were the defendants negligent that would warrant a finding of medical malpractice?

Plaintiffs introduced medical experts whose view were to the effect that the injuries to the plaintiff resulted from a compression of the arteries supplying blood to the spinal cord, and this view found some further support in the hospital’s own records, in a note containing the impression that the plaintiff was suffering from paralysis as a result of the compressing of her spinal cord.

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Kings County Personal Injury 125

The plaintiff in the case is Don J. Peters and the defendant in this case is the City of New York, et al. The other plaintiff in the case is Charlene Cowan and the defendant in this case is the City of New York, et al.

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There are two appeals or two cases before the court.

On 24 May 1975, a family were riding in their station wagon but had to stop at the side of the Southern State Parkway in Nassau County due to mechanical difficulties. The father and driver, alighted from the vehicle, went around to the rear, and leaned inside the open tailgate window. The wife remained seated in the front passenger seat, and their daughter was in the rear seat. At this point, the station wagon was struck in the rear by an automobile owned by defendant-one and driven by defendant-two. The father was seriously injured in the car accidentwhen he was pinned between the two vehicles. The mother and daughter were thrown about the station wagon by the force of the impact but suffered less serious physical injuries than the father. Although neither mother nor daughter actually saw the car strike their station wagon as they were facing forward or to the side, both were instantly aware of the impact and the fact that the father must have been injured and each thereafter immediately observed their seriously injured husband and father.

While on 3 June 1978, a father and a mother were riding with their two infant daughters in the family car along a roadway in the Mid-Westchester Mall in Cortlandt, New York. A New York Injury Lawyer the father was driving the vehicle, his wife, was in the front passenger seat with their one-year-old daughter in her lap, and their other four-year-old daughter was also seated in the car. Their car was struck by an automobile owned by another defendant-one and driven by another defendant-two, allegedly, in a reckless manner and at an excessive speed (car accident or auto accident). The mother suffered a fractured clavicle in the collision, the father sustained a broken finger, and the four-year-old daughter suffered abdominal injuries. Their one-year-old daughter died a few hours after the accident as a result of her various, severe injuries, alleged in the complaint to have been observed by plaintiffs.

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The respondent in the case is the New York State Insurance Fund. The appellants in the case are Merchants Insurance Company of New Hampshire, Inc., and CPN Construction Corporation.

About the Case

The defendant in the case, Merchants Insurance Company of New Hampshire, seeks an inter alia for a judgment that was made by the Kings County Supreme Court which orders that the company is required to defend and indemnify the CPN Construction Corporation in a personal injury suit titled Salinas versus Briarwood Ave. Association. The defendant is appealing the order from the Supreme Court that granted the plaintiffs motion for a summary judgment and declared they are obligated to defend the defendants, CPN Construction Corporation and Building Block Contracting Corporation in the personal injury action.

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The plaintiff in this case was David Weber. The defendant was Joseph Kowalski.

Case Facts

A car accident occurred on July 15th, 1972. The plaintiff, his wife, and his two young children were traveling in Putnam County when a collision occurred between his vehicle and the one driven by Joseph Kowalski. In 1974, two law suits were initiated in the Dutchess County Supreme Court. The first, in January was filed by Weber and his wife. The second, a month later, was on behalf of their children. The court ordered the two cases consolidated. An application for general preference was made. This was subsequently denied, and the consolidated action was ordered to be transferred to the County Court after 90 days unless the application was renewed, which it was.

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