Seidenstein v. Szlakowicz New York Pedestrian Accident Verdict

New York pedestrian accident Verdict:

Seidenstein v. Szlakowicz:

Seidenstein was crossing the street at First Avenue and East 59th Street. Szlakowicz made a left turn in the intersection and struck Seidenstein while she was in the cross walk.
Seidenstein filed a lawsuit, saying the driver did not use proper caution while making the turn.

A jury awarded Seidenstein at trial a New York car accident verdict.
Seidenstein v. Szlakowicz New York Pedestrian Accident Verdict

Date of Verdict: October 2013

New York pedestrian accident verdict: $62,800.00.

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