Written by Ronemus & Vilensky on August 10, 2013
Two years ago, Kenrick Gray, an African-American resident of Staten Island, was aggressively stopped and frisked by a NYPD officer named Michael Daragjati. Although he didn’t find any weapons or contraband on Gray, Dargjati took Gray into custody after he
Written by Ronemus & Vilensky on July 3, 2013
New York’s medical malpractice statute of limitations is designed to protect the medical profession from having to take responsibility for the most grievous of medical malpractice errors. However, because New York is one of six states that does not have
Written by Ronemus & Vilensky on October 17, 2012
Suffering a traumatic brain injury is a scary and potentially life changing event. Choosing the right brain injury attorney to represent you legally may make a significant difference in the outcome of your litigation and your ongoing security. Brain injury
Written by Ronemus & Vilensky on September 17, 2012
Find out how many Erb’s Palsy cases your lawyer has handled. And how many they have taken to trial versus settling out of court. The insurance companies don’t respect a lawyer unless they know that they will actually take a case all the way to verdict and not accept low ball offers to settle. Ask him/her how long he/she has handled these kind of cases.