Blog Posts in April, 2014

  • State Court Gives Reciprocal Discipline to Attorney Censured by Federal Court

    Case: In the Matter of Vlad A. Kuzmin, an attorney and counselor‑at‑law Court: Supreme Court, Appellate Division, First Department, New York Date: 7/24/12 From: New York attorney Gary E. Rosenberg (personal injury and accident attorney and lawyer; serving Brooklyn and Queens; Queens injury lawyer ) ************************************************** RELATED POSTS: Federal Conviction for Filing ...
    Continue Reading
  • Accident Victim's Drug Treatment Records Need Not Be Disclosed Where Their Relevance Not Shown

    Case: Budano v. Gurdon Court: Supreme Court, Appellate Division, First Department, New York Date: 7/24/12 From: New York attorney Gary E. Rosenberg (personal injury and accident attorney and lawyer; serving Brooklyn and Queens; Queens accident lawyer ) ************************************************** RELATED POSTS: Mother in Birth Defect Medical Malpractice Suit Need Not Disclose Records of Six ...
    Continue Reading
  • Plaintiff Denied Court's Commission to Conduct Non-party Witness Deposition of Eyewitness Living in Ecuador

    Case: Sanchez v. Metro Builders Corp. Court: New York Supreme Court, Dutchess County Date: 7/20/12 From: New York attorney Gary E. Rosenberg (personal injury and accident attorney and lawyer; serving Brooklyn and Queens; Queens injury attorney ) ************************************************** RELATED POSTS: DEFENSE MOTION TO COMPEL DEPOSITION OF NON-PARTY WITNESS DENIED FOR INCOMPLETE SUBPOENA ...
    Continue Reading
  • Court Won't Allow Child's Settlement Money to Be Withdrawn to Be Used by His Mother

    Case: D.J.T., III an infant v. Grenadier Realty Corp. Court: Supreme Court, Bronx County, New York Date: 7/13/12 From: New York attorney Gary E. Rosenberg (personal injury and accident attorney and lawyer; serving Brooklyn and Queens; Queens accident attorney ) ************************************************** RELATED POSTS: INSURANCE COMPANY SLOW PAYING SETTLEMENT MONEY OWES PLAINTIFFS INTEREST ...
    Continue Reading
  • Claim for Burns from Hair Care Product Tossed Where Plaintiff Ignored Warning Label Not to Use Near Open Flame

    Case: Licorish v. L'Oreal USA, Inc. Court: Supreme Court, Appellate Term, First Department Date: 7-16-12 From: New York attorney Gary E. Rosenberg (personal injury and accident attorney and lawyer; serving Brooklyn and Queens; Queens injury lawyer ) ************************************************** RELATED POSTS: ACCIDENT VICTIM'S PERSONAL INJURY BURN CASE ALLOWED TO PROCEED; SHE CLAIMS THAT ...
    Continue Reading
Page 1 of 1