Attorney Schwitzer obtains $5.225 million in compensation for automobile accident victim
Many argue that justice is slow, but it always comes. That was the case for Ivory Underwood a 57-year-old man who suffered a serious automobile accident in February 2011 while driving his car for a street in New York City. He was struck by a Department of Environmental Protection vehicle on that day.
William Schwitzer gets $ 8.5 Million in defense of a Young Mother
JUNE 1, 2015 – A woman received compensation of $8.5 million from the owner of the building where she lived, by order of a judge in Brooklyn, after suffering severe injuries when the roof of her apartment collapsed on her.
Famous Math Professor Killed in New Jersey Turnpike Crash
The oldest son of genius John Nash Jr. said he wish his father safe travels, but that would not come to pass; the Princeton professor died in a car crash on the New Jersey Turnpike.
Two Off-Duty Officers Killed in Separate Accidents
It’s been a tragic week for the NYPD this week – and it’s only Wednesday, May 6.
The NYPD officer who was died in while hiking in Ulster County has been identified as Katarzyna Erario, who was a cop of Manhattan’s 33rd Precinct in Washington Heights, for three years, local media reported.
Army Reservists Snap into Action to Save Car Crash Victims
A multi-car wreck in Queens on April 12 a one car careening onto a field where Army troops were training — and the group of reservists jumped into action to save lives, local media reported.
The collision which took place on the Cross Island Parkway at Northern Boulevard at 8:45am caused one car to go airborne and land on the Fort Totten running track where soldiers were training, Patrick Bishop, the spokesman for the Army Reserve told the New York Post.
Mayor in fire safety push after seven children die in Brooklyn fire
New York Mayor Bill de Blasio is pushing for increased fire safety regulations after seven siblings died in a Brooklyn house fire on March 21.
“Having literally stood in that house and seen where these children were lost, it is an unspeakable tragedy, and there has got to be something that we take from it and learn from it and do better,’’ Mayor de Blasio was quoted in the New York Post as saying.