The Law Office of Reuven Epstein

271 W. Route 59
Spring Valley, NY 10977

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The Law Office of Reuven Epstein

Personal injury case results by our attorney advocates

If you have sustained a serious personal injury as the result of someone else’s fault or responsibility, contact our firm to find out if you may have a case.

Accident with a large truck, client needed multiple surgeries. Defense alleged it was mostly Plaintiff’s fault and that injuries were the result of prior accidents. Settled for 1.5 million dollars.

Motor Vehicle, Settlement

The Result

Back surgery. Defense position impact caused no damage to either vehicle. Plaintiff was under active treatment with a chiropractor, including a visit on the day of the accident. Primary insurance policy exhausted, excess policy contributed.

Wrongful Death, Verdict

The Result

Single mother of one, run over by a delivery truck. New York Times denied it was there truck and that woman disregarded a “do not walk signal”. There were no direct eyewitness to incident.

School Incident, Mediated Settlement

The Result

Student injured during recess. School denied any wrongdoing; argued that accident was spontaneous and unavoidable. Infant sustained paraparesis (partial paralysis affecting the lower limbs). Mediated for primary insurance policy and most of excess policy.

Construction Accident, Jury Selected

The Result

Construction worker fell from unguarded scaffold. Fractured leg and foot. Defense denied fault and claimed plaintiff could work. Structured settlement exceeded $1 million.

Motor Vehicle, Settlement

The Result

Police officer directing traffic struck by motor vehicle. Officer resuscitated at hospital, suffered multiple injuries and several surgeries. Lien of $1,600,000 waived and officer’s lifetime workers’ compensation benefits maintained.

Motorcycle Accident

The Result

Defendant pulled into major intersection without leaving sufficient time for Plaintiff motorcyclist to enter, scraped and bruised all over his body and several broken toes. Although Defendant initially denied liability, settled for $85,000.

Dog-Bite

The Result

Plaintiff was mauled by Defendant’s dog. Defendant claimed that it wasn’t his dog, it was a neighborhood stray, and that his dog had never displayed any “dangerous tendency” a complete defense in New York.  Our investigators and statements of the terrorized mailman were able to show that Defendant wasn’t being truthful. Settled for $100,000.

 

The Law Office of Reuven Epstein

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(845) 208-2444