As reported in The Wall Street Journal, plaintiffs’ lawyer Robert Vilensky filed a notice of claim against the city on Tuesday signaling his intent to seek another $1 billion for those who join the class-action case. “There’s no number high enough,” Mr. Vilensky said.
The New York Post recently discussed Ronemus & Vilensky’s class action lawsuit relating to the 2022 Bronx Apartment Fire. “When I heard about what happened…my blood boiled because this was a preventable accident and a preventable fire. By that, I mean the fire spreading,” Robert Vilensky told the Post.
Yahoo.com features attorney Robert Vilensky in its article about the 2022 Bronx condo fire.
The New York Law Journal covers the progression of Ronemus & Vilensky’s class-action lawsuit on behalf of the tenants of the Bronx Apartment Fire that occurred on January 9, 2022.
CourthouseNews.com profiles the claims Ronemus & Vilensky is asserting in its class action lawsuit on behalf of tenants affected by the 2022 Bronx Apartment Fire.
Vibe references Attorney Robert Vilensky’s ongoing class-action lawsuit on behalf of apartment tenants in its coverage of fundraising efforts relating to the 2022 Bronx Apartment Fire.
The Daily Kos references Attorney Robert Vilensky’s class action lawsuit on behalf of the tenants of 333 East 181st Street in its coverage about the 2022 Bronx Apartment Fire.
Attorney Robert Vilensky speaks with theGrio about the 2022 Bronx Apartment Fire, along with the racial and socioeconomic considerations it has raised.