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Leav & Steinberg, LLP client recovers $1,425,000.00 for back injury on matter where defendant had argued no serious injury.

$1,425,000.00 million dollar recovery for a client injured in an accident. Defendants had argued that the force of the impact could not have caused the injuries and that the injuries if related, were not serious or permanent and thus not entitling the plaintiff to recovery. Leav & Steinberg, LLP defeated both arguments and resolved the case on the eve of trial.

Leav & Steinberg celebrates our 20th Anniversary with an exceptional start to 2019; resolving over 75 cases in the first four months

Leav & Steinberg, LLP celebrates its 20th anniversary and has record first four months of success helping personal injury clients.

Leav & Steinberg urges everyone to step up and protect Civil Rights-Help fight against HR 1215

Though our country has gone through a turbulent time with the recent election, we understand that many have become frustrated and upset with even discussing the topic of government and politics.  However, it has come to our attention that certain elected government officials have put forth a bill which would severely curtail the rights of … Read more Leav & Steinberg urges everyone to step up and protect Civil Rights-Help fight against HR 1215

Self Driving Cars-Autopilot assist vehicles and the legal liability discussion

As many cars manufacturers are developing self driving cars and cars equipped with autopilot features, we must consider where the legal liablity falls when the vehicle and its operator are negligent

New York State Crime Victim Board’s Eligibility for Surviving Spouses May Soon Include Domestic Partners

Regardless of where one sits on the issue of rights to domestic partners, there have been some current legislative activities in the New York state legislature that people should give some attention. The New York State Assembly Bill # A04024 is a bill intended to amend the executive law, “in relation to eligibility of domestic … Read more New York State Crime Victim Board’s Eligibility for Surviving Spouses May Soon Include Domestic Partners