Around 7 A.M. this morning, New York’s Bravest responded to a 911 call for an odor of gas in the Kingsbridge section of the Bronx.
Category: Premises Liability
Roadway and sidewalk defects- proving prior written notice and being able to recover for damages is a challenge and attorney must understand how to prove what is needed.
Camp injuries-many children are unreasonably exposed to danger and injured at camps due to negligence
Earlier today, a crane collapsed across the span of the Tappan Zee Bridge resulting in injuries to at least three people as they swerved to
During the summer of 2013 our client, a 10 year old boy from New Jersey was injured while playing football at a field located in
TI Rap Concert turns dangerous and violent. Leav & Steinberg retained to represent several injured.
Leav & Steinberg obtains $1,200,000 judgment against bar on behalf of client who was assaulted by a drunken patron. Claims were made against the bar pursuant to the Dram Shop laws.
New York’s Dram Shop law is found in Section 11-101 of the General Obligations Law. Dram Shop laws are strict liability statutes that allow for
The ongoing risk to fans at baseball games: the right to bring a claim for negligence when the team or league makes the danger greater than can be anticipated. The ongoing discussion around the country.
Neglient security and unsafe business practice leaves many injured when an event is not properly supervised or lacking appropriate security.
Leav & Steinberg are successful in obtaining a settlement on a very challenging liability case for a client who tripped over a “U-Boat” in a Queens supermarket.
Our client, a truck driver from Massachusetts, was making a delivery at a local New York grocery store and sustained an injury his ankle. At