Bronx Premises Liability Settlement:
Santana v City of New York
Santana was an eight year old girl who cut her leg on the sharp edge of a black board in a public school classroom. She sued the school, claiming the school failed to properly supervise and maintain the school. She also said the school failed to properly train the teachers.
Prior to trial, the parties entered into a settlement in Santana v City of New York.
Santana v City of New York Date of Settlement: October 2013
Santana v City of New York Bronx Premises Accident Settlement: $25,000.00.
Each Bronx premises liability accident situation is different, and it is vital to have your case evaluated to determine if all the elements of negligence are present. Having an experienced, knowledgeable, hardworking, and caring attorney from Daniel Szalkiewicz & Associates, P.C. handle your case will provide you with the best chancing of receiving the large and fair settlement that you deserve. Our legal team will send investigators to the site to conduct examination into the circumstances involved to research the intersection, question witnesses, and take statements. We immediately send claim letters to alert the insurance and require the potential defendants to preserve all relevant evidence.
This is a Bronx accident settlement. These have been recorded with the courts. They are examples, not to be construed as previous results from our firm. They are meant to provide you with guidance to understand the potential value of your injuries.
With our solid hard working reputation for our clients and tough litigators and settlement skills, Daniel Szalkiewicz & Associates, P.C. can swiftly and caringly bring your case to a favorable resolution. Do not suffer in silence any longer; call our team today to discuss your options for pursuing justice and ensuring your rights are protected. We provide exceptionally qualified legal counsel, and to make sure our clients are not hurt twice, we only take a 31.5% contingency fee, compared to the industry standard one/third to 45.00%. If we don’t win for you, you owe us nothing.
Authored by: Daniel Szalkiewicz