Retired grandmother seriously injured on defective sidewalk

A retired bookkeeper and grandmother from the Bronx was seriously injured when she tripped and fell on a defective sidewalk.  Her injuries were extensive and she required surgery followed by a month in a rehabilitation facility.  Schulman Blitz, LLP sued the owner of the adjoining apartment building and procured a favorable settlement for our client.

New York woman injured in Las Vegas hotel on a faulty elevator

A New York woman on vacation in Las Vegas was injured due to a faulty elevator at a hotel and required multiple surgeries on her knees.  Following our client’s deposition, Schulman Blitz, LLP was able to negotiate a very favorable settlement!

Blitz to Handle Case of Brutal Police Attack Caught on Tape

A Manhattan man claims that cops who arrested him for disorderly conduct slammed him down on a car hood, repeatedly struck him with a baton and Maced his eyes while he was handcuffed on a Bronx street. And he appears to have cellphone video to prove it. The crude footage of the June 20 incident… Read more »

‘Brutal’ Police on Video

A Manhattan man claims that cops who arrested him for disorderly conduct slammed him down on a car hood, repeatedly struck him with a baton and Maced his eyes while he was handcuffed on a Bronx street. And he appears to have cellphone video to prove it. The crude footage of the June 20 incident… Read more »

Girl’s HS Nightmare

A 13-year-old Staten Island honors student who was sexually assaulted at her high school had insult added to devastating emotional injuries when officials kept the classmate suspected of the attack in school – and later put the pair in the same summer class, the girl’s outraged mom told The Post. If that weren’t bad enough,… Read more »

Public Misled on Air Quality After 9/11 Attack, Judge Says

Christie Whitman, when she led the Environmental Protection Agency, made “misleading statements of safety” about the air quality near the World Trade Center in the days after the Sept. 11 attack and may have put the public in danger, a federal judge found yesterday. The pointed criticism of Mrs. Whitman came in a ruling by… Read more »