The trial team of Michael Rose and David Cheverie from Hach & Rose, LLP secured a $12.8 million dollar verdict on behalf of a security officer in New York City. The officer was injured by a negligently installed door closing mechanism in the new wing of a hospital that was under construction. The individual suffered a severe neck injury as she was passing through the doorway.
The six-week trial put the spotlight on the contractors hired to install the door. While they claimed they were following the instructions of the architect, so they were not responsible for the injury, the team at Hach & Rose were able to prove that it was, in fact, their negligence that caused the injury to the worker. The jury deliberated for less than 30 minutes before delivering the verdict in favor of the client.
To learn more about this case and the firm’s victory, read the press release here. If you have been injured in an accident, contact the experienced New York City workplace injury attorneys of Hach & Rose, LLP today.
In a new article posted to our Must Know Info page, New York City personal injury attorney Michael Rose discusses how having a previous injury should not have any effect on a new injury’s value in a settlement or verdict.
Insurance companies and their defenders would argue that because a person had, for example, a previous back injury, a new injury to that person’s back is worth less in terms of their financial liability. This is untrue. Whether the injury existed before the accident or not is irrelevant since the cost of treating it after the accident is the issue at hand.
For more in-depth analysis on this topic, read Michael Rose’s post, Prior injury does not mean your recovery should be reduced.
If you suffered a repeat injury, do not let the insurers sell you short. Contact a personal injury attorney from Hach & Rose, LLP, by calling (212) 779-0057 to get the representation need after being injured in an accident.
At Hach & Rose, LLP, we are dedicated to helping accident victims pursue the financial compensation, emotional closure, and justice that they need if they were injured by another person’s negligence or recklessness. Click here to read more about our firm, our commitment to our clients, and some of the recognitions we’ve received in the past.
In the following video, attorney Gregory Hach with Hach & Rose, LLP, discusses the role that personal injury attorneys play in helping society at large. Specifically, he talks about leveling the playing field between injured workers and large construction companies to find justice for Hach & Rose, LLP, clients. Watch below to learn more.
As a lawyer, achieving an AV rating is the highest recognition that an attorney can be awarded by their peers and judicial officials. In this video, attorney Michael Rose discusses this accomplishment and other significant honors for which his firm is recognized.
At Hach & Rose, LLP, not only are we willing to take questions from clients, but we encourage our clients to ask us questions so that we can offer our honest advice. Answering clients’ questions is just one of the ways our firm makes an effort to ensure that individuals are kept aware of their case every step of the way.
In the following video, attorney Michael Rose of Hach & Rose, LLP, discusses the fact that many people are able to pursue both workers’ compensation benefits and a personal injury case for the same accident. While workers’ compensation benefits can provide a worker who is injured in the course of their employment with a percentage of their wages and money to cover related medical expenses, a personal injury lawsuit against a negligent third party can help that accident victim and their family be made whole again. Learn more by watching the video below.
When you simply rely on the goodwill of insurance companies to provide you with the proper compensation after an accident, the results are often disappointing. In this video, attorney Michael Rose of Hach & Rose, LLP, discusses how filing a lawsuit when hiring an attorney, although not required, can help move your case forward and get you the results you need.
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