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HUMANITARIAN CRISIS HERE @ HOME?

CLAIMSTAT ALERT: COMPTROLLER STRINGER RELEASES NEW DATA SHOWING SHARP RISE IN CLAIMS AGAINST NEW YORK CITY DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTION Report Provides Facility-by-Facility Breakdown of Claims to Identify ...
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IT'S AT BRATTON'S FEET

Men Allegedly Shot by Off-Duty NYPD Officer File $90M Suit Against City By: NY1 News Two men who were shot back in April, allegedly by an off-duty NYPD officer, announce plans to sue the city. Joseph ...
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WHAT WAS IN THIS COP'S HEAD?

Our thanks to Edgar Sandoval and Corky Siemaszko for their coverage of this Newman Ferrara case: Hockey players shot by drunken off-duty NYPD cop plan $90 million lawsuit Joseph Felice and Robert ...
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IT'S A MIRACLE THEY DIDN'T DIE

Our thanks to the Associated Press for its coverage of this Newman Ferrara case: Joseph Felice and Robert Borrelli sue Brendan Cronin, off-duty NYC cop, for $90 million after shooting Published: July ...
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LAWSUIT AGAINST DRUNKEN COP WAS INEVITABLE

Our thanks to Caroline Bankoff for covering this Newman Ferrara case: Westchester Men Suing NYPD Officer for Nearly Killing Them in Drunken Shooting By Caroline Bankoff The fallout from that April ...
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ALL IN A DAY'S WORK

In 2004, Officer Paul R. injured his right knee while working at Newark International Airport. (Apparently, Paul slipped on a wet curb and fell to the ground.) Some two years later, Paul pursued a ...
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YOU'VE GOT SIX MORE MONTHS

Schumer, Gillibrand Announce, After Their Push, FEMA’s ‘Proof Of Loss’ Deadline Extended Six More Months; Will Help Ensure Sandy Victims Have Time to File Flood Insurance Claims ...
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SO IT IS WRITTEN

Havah Hume sued the Town of Jerusalem for injuries she sustained when she slipped in front of her driveway. Hume claimed that while she was walking along the edge of the road, some gravel gave way and ...
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LUNCH BAG BRAWL

Christopher Gunsam was injured when he was hit by another student's lunch bag. But because he was late giving the municipality notice of the claim, Gunsam asked for, and received, permission to ...
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THE FALL OF MOUNT VERNON?

Valerie Lindsay sued the City of Mount Vernon after she slipped and fell on a sidewalk's defective asphalt patch. When Westchester County Supreme Court denied a request to have the case thrown ...
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LUTHER!

Luther Johnson sued the City of New York and the New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA) after a slip and fall on a sidewalk near a NYCHA building. Because it wasn't responsible for maintaining ...
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NOT A FAMILY AFFAIR

Michael Chenkin filed a civil rights claim against the City of New York, alleging he was wrongfully arrested when officers responded to a "domestic abuse" call. Chenkin argued that the ...
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CLAIMS REACHED A SUMMIT

Contracts Contractor’s claims denied in part as time-barred. A contractor brought four disputes, arising from contracts with the Parks Department for heating and ventilation work, to be resolved ...
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SYRACUSE IS GRATE-FUL

Lori Duffel sued the City of Syracuse after she trip and fell over a sunken sidewalk tree grate. When the Onondaga County Supreme Court declined Syracuse's request to dismiss the case (on the ...
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WHAT'S A CONTRACT CHANGE WORTH?

Contracts Contract Dispute Resolution Board denies claim for additional compensation. Under a value engineering change provision contained in its contract to reconstruct a pedestrian bridge for the ...
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ON NOTICES OF CLAIM

Dear Colleague: I have good news to report from Albany: Governor Cuomo has signed legislation to provide uniform, fair, cost-effective and straightforward statewide procedures for filing a Notice of ...
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NO SILVER LINING FOR SILVERITE

Contractor's inability to calculate exact damages did not excuse late filing. A contractor petitioned the Contract Dispute Resolution Board ("CDRB"), claiming additional compensation for ...
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OH BABYLON, LOST BABYLON

As he was approaching his boat, Carlo Giarraffa stepped into a dirt-covered sinkhole and was injured. When he later filed suit, the town of Babylon claimed that because it hadn't received any prior ...
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HITTING THE STREETS

Carlos Vega fell to the ground and was injured while riding his bicycle over a pothole. When he later filed suit, the New York County Supreme Court denied the City's request to have the case thrown ...
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WHAT A DITCH!

Kevin Zelie was playing basketball in a park owned by the Town of Van Buren when he fell in a drainage ditch situated several feet away from the play-area's boundary. After a negligence case was ...
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HE WHO WOULD CLIMB THE LADDER ...

Long after a worker fell off a ladder and was hospitalized, the Board of Managers of the 1235 Park Condominium sent a notice of claim to its insurance carrier, Clermont Specialty Managers. After ...
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NOT FUNNY

Leonard Simmons filed a personal injury case against the New York City Transit Authority (NYCTA). After the Bronx County Supreme Court awarded relief in Simmons's favor, NYCTA appealed to the ...
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POTHOLED PAST

In 1982, John Shufeldt drove his car over a pothole. Some 25 years later, he claimed -- for the first time -- that the City of New York had caused the condition and had been negligent in failing to ...
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AIN'T LIFE UNKIND?

Ruby Wilson tripped and fell on a subway stairway and later sued the New York City Transit Authority alleging negligence. After her case was dismissed by the New York County Supreme Court, Wilson ...
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SIDEWALK HAVOC

In Sachs v County of Nassau, a man was seriously injured on a sidewalk which bordered Petrina DeLuca's property and a Nassau County road. After the Nassau County Supreme Court dismissed the case ...
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