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  • $62M for Vic

Verdicts and Settlements

Below are some of the results NY injury law firm Rubenstein & Rynecki has obtained for its clients—

  • $62 million verdict for medical malpractice causing double amputation
  • $25 million  verdict (reduced on appeal) for a family who suffered the loss of two children in a tragic motor vehicle accident in Greenwich Village
  • $22.9 million verdict (reduced on appeal) for a motorcyclist struck by a milk truck in Queens
  • $17.9 million  for medical malpractice causing amputation of hands and feet
  • $8.75 million  for a man who was sodomized by a NYC police officer in a police precinct bathroom
  • $7.15 million  for the wrongful death of the father of two and damages for injured victims in case of police firing a 50-shot barrage
  • $7 million  verdict (reduced on appeal) for two badly burned victims when the car in which they were riding plummeted through a fence onto the tracks in a LIRR yard
  • $7 million  for man hit by car and lost leg after highway accident
  • $7 million for railroad accident on LIRR
  • $5 million  for the family of a woman who died in childbirth as a result of medical malpractice at a Bronx hospital
  • $4.5 million  for a young woman paralyzed as the result of medical malpractice at a Manhattan hospital
  • $3.7 million  (structured settlement) for the family of a yellow cab driver who died in a fiery crash with a private sanitation truck
  • $3 million  for the family of an African immigrant wrongly shot and killed by a police officer during a raid on a warehouse in Chelsea
  • $2.8 million  (structured settlement) for a Brooklyn boy caused to suffer epileptic seizures after being struck in the head by a large chunk of ceiling in his mother's bedroom
  • $2.5 million for a man who suffers permanent short-term memory loss from a head trauma as a result of a motor vehicle accident
  • $2.5 million for a boy who suffered a brain injury caused by being struck by a DWI driver which resulted in toughened DWI penalties in New York State
  • $2.5 million  from the City of New York to the family of United Nations security guard who died as a result of the Staten Island "Andrew J. Barberi" ferry crash
  • $2 million  for the family of a Jamaican woman whose death in a psychiatric ward was captured on a shocking video that depicted hospital staff ignoring her for hours
  • $1.9 million  settlement for Florida victims of collision between pedicab and bus
  • $1.5 million for the family of a woman who died as a result of the failure to recognize and properly treat respiratory distress during labor and delivery
  • $1.5 million  for a New York City cab driver wrongly shot by police
  • $1.5 million  for a Brooklyn longshoreman who suffered a severe stroke as the result of medical malpractice in the failure to diagnose his vascular disease
  • $1.45 million  for a Bronx woman for a medical malpractice case where a surgeon failed to properly perform spinal cord surgery resulting in a stroke
  • $1.25 million  for victims of negligent driving by police officer
  • $1.1 million  for the family of a Haitian woman who died following childbirth as a result ofmedical malpractice
  • $1 million  for a 17-year-old Brooklyn youth whose leg was severely fractured when struck by a car while standing in a pedestrian median zone in Brooklyn
  • $1 million  for a Brooklyn parochial student whose classmates forced him to cross-dressbased on a teacher's order
  • $1 million  for woman who fell as the result of negligently constructed staircase
  • $900,000  for victim of elevator accident
  • $900,000  for a Canarsie grandmother who was struck by a motorist while backing out of his driveway
  • $750,000  for a 6-year-old boy whose leg was mangled when he was thrown from a ride in a Brooklyn amusement park
  • $440,000  for victims of police brutality at Caribbean parade
  • $440,000  for victim of train derailment
  • $400,000  for telephone repairmen roughed up and falsely arrested by traffic cops
  • $300,000  for Haitian man beaten by cop at motor vehicle office in Brooklyn
  • $250,000  for child injured as a result of negligent supervision of students at school
  • $175,000  for wrongfully arrested Florida man
  • $75,000  for photojournalist, a victim of excessive force and false arrest by police while trying to photograph police misconduct

Rubenstein & Rynecki and its predecessor firms have been representing victims since 1972. If you or a loved one has been hurt in an accident, major or minor, suffered medical malpractice or been a victim of police misconduct, you may be entitled to money damages. Rubenstein & Rynecki may be able to help you. No recovery, no fee. Contact us today for a free consultation.