In the matter of BG vs SPACE54, the Court held in favor of the Plaintiff and against SPACE54 for failing to return all the monies to a family who had contracted to hold a bar-mitzvah but whose event could not legally take place due to COVID restrictions enacted by Governor Cuomo. Due to SPACE54’s wrongdoing, the defendant will be required to return all the monies paid by the plaintiff plus statutory interest, together with costs and disbursements.
Tuli v Cabgram Devs., LLC Tuli v Cabgram Devs., LLC 2022 NY Slip Op 00643 Decided on February 01, 2022 Appellate Division, First Department Published by New York State Law Reporting Bureau pursuant to Judiciary Law § 431. This opinion is uncorrected and subject to revision before publication in the Official Reports. Decided and Entered: February 01, 2022 Before: Kern, J.P., Friedman, Singh, Scarpulla, Rodriguez, JJ. Index No. 153164/20 Appeal No. 15192 Case No. 2021-01008 [*1]Richard Tuli, M.D., Plaintiff-Respondent, v […]
Ridesharing companies like Uber have changed the way people get about to their preferred destinations since Uber makes traveling more convenient, which is why millions of commuters download this app to book a ride to their destination. Fortunately, most Uber riders arrive at their destination without incident; nonetheless, Uber drivers have been involved in numerous accidents. Several Uber passengers have been injured when their Uber is hit by another vehicle. Road accidents are inevitable and can be equally traumatic on […]
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Despite Bankruptcy Filing, Held & Hines’ Secures Big Settlement for Juno Drivers Held & Hines Settled Unsecured Juno Ride Share Drivers’ Claims in the Delaware Bankruptcy Court. See Case 19-12484-MFW Doc 236-1 Filed 02/20/20 . Juno USA agreed to pay the unsecured creditors “an amount equal to $875,000, and all fees and expenses of the Committee’s Retained Professionals which “shall not exceed, in the aggregate, the sum of $375,000 (the “Committee Professional Fee Cap”). This is a huge victory for […]
When you’re injured on the job, you need to file for workers’ compensation. There are a number of different benefits workers’ comp provides, and you should certainly take advantage of these benefits, especially if you’ve been seriously injured. Here are some of the benefits workers’ comp provides: Medical Costs If you’re injured at work, workers’ comp should cover the cost of your medical bills. This includes any ER visits, hospital stays, doctor’s appointments, medications, physical therapy, tests, and even any […]
There are a lot of different ways you can be injured in the workplace. These injuries are often covered by workers’ compensation laws, so if you do suffer a workplace accident, you will usually be able to receive compensation. While that can be very comforting to know, most people would rather completely avoid any type of injury when at all possible. By understanding the most common injuries in the workplace, you can better see where a potential accident could occur […]
Sometimes, the best option for a personal injury case is to go to trial. You want the judge or, in rare cases, a full jury to see what you’ve gone through and provide you with the compensation the guilty party is simply refusing to give you through a settlement. However, there are some instances when settling is the best option. Here are a few times when settling your personal injury case is the best option. The Settlement is Fair While […]
If your child has been injured due to someone else’s negligence or fault, you may want to take this other party to court to win compensation for the medical bills along with the pain and suffering your child has experienced. Because anyone under age 18 cannot sue someone, you must bring the personal injury lawsuit against the other party yourself on behalf of your child. Other than this factor, suing on behalf of a child is fairly similar to suing […]