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GMR Wins Philadelphia Slip and Fall Jury Trial for Local Hospital

GMR Partner Joseph Petka represented a local hospital sued for negligence. The case involved a 66-year-old nurses aide who tripped and fell off the curb while leaving the emergency room at 3:00 AM. The plaintiff testified that it was so dark out that she could not tell she was walking off a curb. Plaintiff’s liability […]

GMR Wins Trial in Brooklyn, NY

GMR Partner Matthew Moroney won a jury trial in Brooklyn, NY. At the trial, the defense stipulated to negligence, and the only issue was whether the plaintiff sustained a serious injury from the car accident. The plaintiff was a 23-year-old woman who underwent shoulder surgery for alleged rotator cuff and labrum tears. She had no […]

GMR Settles Civil Rights Case for $175,000

GMR Partner Matthew Moroney represented a plaintiff who alleged a correctional officer assaulted him.  The plaintiff had a seizure disorder and was under medical observation.   During an episode, he could not follow the directions of the correctional officers properly, which led to the excessive force.  He sustained cuts and bruises to his face.  The parties […]

GMR Wins Philadelphia Jury Trial on Liability in Rear-End Accident

GMR Partner Jeff Tenthoff won a liability trial on a rear-end collision. It was early morning work traffic during a wintry mix on 4/2/2018 when plaintiff Tammy England was rear-ended shortly after coming to a complete stop for a red light on Henry Avenue in Philadelphia’s Roxborough neighborhood. Although the plaintiff watched the defendant’s vehicle […]

GMR Wins MSJ in Westchester County, New York

Senior Associate Samantha Pullman prevailed on a Westchester County, NY, Motion for Summary Judgment dismissing all claims against her client, a gutter installation company. Plaintiff alleged that he was permanently injured after falling on a dangerous condition created by the client’s negligent installation of gutters and downspouts. Samantha argued that there was no credible evidence […]

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