Manhattan Verdicts and Settlements
Manhattan verdicts and settlements are found bellow. A verdict is a decision that happens when the jury rules on all the evidence. A settlement is when the attorneys and parties agree to a figure without letting the judge or jury decide. Sometimes you will see a high/low figure. This means the parties agree to a range that the victim will receive. For example, if the parties agree to a $75,000.00/$25,000.00 high low, the most the victim can receive is $75,000.00, even if the jury decides the injuries are worth more. Similarly, the least you can receive is $25,000.00, even if the jury finds the victim has no case. The verdict or settlement does not include fees and costs. Most Manhattan personal injury attorneys take a third to 42% of the recovery, but our Manhattan personal injury firm only takes a low 31.5% fee.
The most recent three settlements or verdicts are displayed. Click on the links to get all jury verdicts or settlements for each category.
Car Accident: Manhattan Verdicts
New York car accident verdict: Barry v White: Barry was driving on Columbus when his car was struck by one driven by White. Barry injured his head, back, arms, and legs. Barry sued White, saying he was speeding and did not brake soon enough. At the trial on Barry v. White, a jury awarded for Barry. Read more
New York car accident Verdict: Disla v. Cohen: Disla was driving in the middle lane of the Hutchinson River Parkway when he was rear ended. Disla sued claiming the drivers were negligent in controlling their car. The driver contended that Disla made a sudden turn from the right lane in front of Cohen, causing the accident. A jury awarded Disla at trial a New York car… Read more
Pedestrian Accident: Manhattan Verdicts
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… Read more
New York car accident verdict: Arroyo v City of New York: Arroyo was crossing he street when he was hit by a police car. Arroyo sued the City of New York, claiming the police offer was speeding and carelessly operated his vehicle. At the trial on Arroyo v City of New York, a jury awarded damages for Arroyo. Read more
Bicycle Accident: Manhattan Verdicts
Car Accident: Manhattan Settlements
Bicycle Accident: Manhattan Settlements
Pedestrian Accident: Manhattan Settlements