Lawyer Can't Drop Accident Lawsuit Just Because There's No Money to Be Made.

Court: Supreme Court, Bronx County, New York

Case: Soto v. 39_43 School Street, Inc.

Date: Aug. 14, 2012

From: New York attorney Gary E. Rosenberg

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Facts: In 2011 accident victim was riding his motorcycle and fell when his bike hit a slick spot in the street near an auto body shop.

His lawyer is asking the court's permission to drop his client's motorcycle accident case. The lawyer has found himself stuck on a case where all the defendants are defaulting and there doesn't appear to be insurance. Also, the auto body shop is out of business.

The Court says to the accident victim's lawyer, essentially, "too bad." You don't have a good enough reason to quit representing this injured accidnt plaintiff. This lawyer will have to handle this matter to its conclusion, one where there is likely to be no money.

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