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The failure to provide safety harnesses to a roofer working on a residential house resulted in a traumatic injury to the worker. The roofer fell from a height of approximately 15 feet onto a garbage dumpster. The injury resulted in several surgeries to save the arm and then amputation.
The insurance companies for the general contractor, bank (mortgagor), and employer settled with the employee for more than five million dollars for his pain, suffering, and loss of use of his dominant right hand and arm.
The failure to maintain a residential driveway in the wintertime resulted in a painful injury to an ambulance paramedic. The elderly home owner had not treated the ice and snow in the driveway for several days. One evening, she called 9-1-1 due to an emergency. On arrival, the paramedic slipped on ice in the driveway.
The insurance company of the homeowner paid for the homeowner's failure to maintain the driveway in a safe condition resulting in the significant hand and wrist injury.
A young male was operating his vehicle on French Road in Cheektowaga, NY when the operator of another vehicle crossed the center line and side-swiped his vehicle. He sustained serious injury to his neck and back, including cervical and lumbar disc herniation. Fortunately, he did not require surgery.
The insurance company attempted to disclaim coverage by alleging the driver intentionally crossed the center line. We prevailed against the carrier and secured a settlement for our client.