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GMR Partner Wins All Three of His Three New York Trials in 2023

GMR Partner Matt Moroney won three out of his first three New York trials this year. He tried the cases in three different counties: Kings County (Brooklyn), Bronx County, and Westchester County. In the Westchester County case, his client admitted liability for causing the car accident, and Matt defended the case on the issue of damages.  […]

GMR Wins Auto Liability Jury Trial in Middlesex County, New Jersey

GMR Senior Associate Tom Giardina won a Middlesex County, New Jersey, jury trial in which Plaintiff sued, alleging a permanent low back injury related to a T-Bone collision.  Plaintiff allegedly sustained traumatic damage to hardware in his low back from a previous surgery. Plaintiff’s doctors recommended hardware removal.  Mr. Giardina argued via medical testimony that the […]

GMR Wins Pennsylvania Jury Trial for Philadelphia Hospital

GMR Senior Associate Jessica Smeriglio successfully defended a Philadelphia hospital sued for negligence in a jury trial. Plaintiff was a 52-year-old woman who claimed she slipped and fell on liquid in the lobby of one of the hospital buildings. Plaintiff’s counsel argued that the hospital was on notice of the liquid because it was raining […]

GMR Wins Auto MSJ in Middlesex County, New Jersey

GMR attorneys Patricia Howlett, Keith Bursack, and Sean Dugan teamed up for a victory on Summary Judgment in Middlesex County, New Jersey. Patricia wrote the brief with Sean’s assistance, and Keith argued the motion. We represented the driver of the middle car in a three-car collision. Based on caselaw, we argued that our client should […]

GMR Wins Again at Trial in Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania

GMR Senior Associate Tom Giardina won a Philadelphia County jury trial in which Plaintiff sued, alleging ongoing injuries related to a T-bone collision.  Plaintiff, who was only 25 years old at the time of the accident, alleged sustaining lower back disc herniations with radiculopathy per medical testing.  The defense argued that the objective testing only […]

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