Michael Rose of Hach & Rose, LLP was quoted by the Times Union in a story this week.
Attorney Rose is representing the family of Edson Thevenin, a man who was fatally shot by police. The officer who fired on Thevenin has been on paid administrative leave since April 2016, when the shooting took place. He was reinstated this week.
The Thevenin family’s case has yet to go to trial. In a statement, Rose outlined some of the thorny issues surrounding this reinstatement. “The current litigation on behalf of Edson Thevenin’s family will raise questions about this decision. The Thevenin family looks forward to their day in court.”
Read more about this developing story here.
Senior partner and lead trial attorney of Hach & Rose, LLP, Michael Rose, has added to the must-know-information released by the firm. He talks about the risks and rewards of taking a case to trial instead of accepting a settlement.
The article, titled The Risks, Rewards, and Pitfalls of Putting Your Case Before a Jury, lists an example of when sending a case to trial might be a good idea and when it might not, as well as other decisions that must be made regardless of the chances of winning a case. For this article and more information that is important, for injured parties as well as other attorneys, head over to the Must-Know-Information page.
If you’ve been injured and you have more questions about what to do next, contact one of the attorneys at Hach & Rose, LLP by calling (212) 779-0057 today!
At Hach & Rose, LLP, our team of experienced attorneys treats every single case we handle with the same importance and urgency. In this video, attorney Michael Rose discusses how the attorneys of Hach & Rose, LLP, prepare and evaluate every single case in order to maximize their clients’ recovery.
In this video, Michael Rose of Hach & Rose, LLP, discusses how having an experienced lawyer can help increase the value of a client’s case. With so many unique laws in New York, it is vital to have an attorney that can help fight against big companies as well as have a thorough understanding of the laws that pertain to particular cases.
In the following video, attorney Michael Rose of Hach & Rose, LLP, discusses the aspects of being a lawyer that he finds most rewarding. Specifically, he highlights the gratification that comes with helping a struggling family find financial relief after an accident.
In this video FAQ with Michael Rose, it is clear that the relationships developed with clients lasts well beyond the cases themselves. From being sent pictures of clients’ new homes to even being invited to weddings, Rose says there is no greater feeling than being able to see and be part of how a client’s life has changed as a result of the firm’s help.
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