Michael Rose, of Hach & Rose, LLP, recently lectured at the New York State Bar Association’s continuing legal education (CLE) program on construction accident injury law. The one-day program, which took place on March 21st, 2014, offered an overview of some of the most important aspects of construction accident litigation.
As one of New York’s most respected and accomplished attorneys in the area of construction accident litigation, Michael offered his insights into evaluating and presenting a plaintiff’s case for compensation following a serious construction accident injury. You can watch his presentation below:
Michael A. Rose, partner at Hach & Rose, LLP, was recently featured in New York Magazine in an ad highlighting some of the top-rated attorneys in the New York area. Michael Rose has been able to secure several multimillion dollar verdicts for his clients, including one case last year that resulted in a $13 million award for a man injured in a construction accident.
When asked to comment, Michael Rose stated, “We think this is a great reflection on the hard work our firm has done representing those who have been injured or killed in accidents.”
You can read more about this honor here.
The New York personal injury attorneys at Hach & Rose, LLP, are dedicated to helping accident victims in their pursuit of compensation and justice. If you or someone you love has been injured because of another party’s negligence or recklessness, contact them today at (212) 779-0057.
Michael A. Rose, partner at Hach & Rose, LLP, will once again be presenting at a New York State Bar Association Continuing Legal Education (CLE) event, which will take place next month on December 7 at the Affinia Manhattan Hotel. This CLE event, “Construction Site Accidents: The Law and the Trial 2012,” is part of the NYSBA’s Practical Skills series.
Mr. Rose will be one of several speakers at the event, and will be discussing a number of matters concerning construction site accidents including, (1) Social networking sites and formal and informal discovery, (2) What elements must be satisfied before a plaintiff is granted a summary judgement under Labor Law § 241(6), and (3) Issues surrounding OSHA investigations of construction site accidents. Michael Rose has participated in a number of NYSBA’s CLE events in the past and is pleased to have the opportunity to present again next month.
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