Appellate Court Adds $200,000 To Jury Verdict For Car Accident Victim

Typically appellate courts address whether high verdicts are too excessive, but they do occasionally review claims of unfair low verdicts, especially where a jury finds evidence of a permanent injury but awards zero in compensation for future pain and suffering. On August 31, 2022, an appellate court increased a Westchester County jury verdict by more than $200,000.

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U.S. Justice Department Announces $1.2 Billion Healthcare Fraudulent Billing Schemes Using Telemedicine, Genetic & Cardiovascular Testing

On July 20, 222, the U.S. Justice Department announced it had filed criminal charges against medical professionals, clinical laboratory owners and telemedicine executives. It is claimed that by their schemes the defendant's intended to bilk Medicare out of $1.2 billion, though actual losses to th...

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Legal Malpractice Claim For $6M Reinstated

On March 22, 2022 an appellate court covering suits filed in Manhattan reversed a lower court that had dismissed a legal malpractice claim regarding the sale of a condominium. The plaintiff claimed that their attorneys were negligent for allowing their breach of contract action to be dismissed on...

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