Schiavetti, Corgan, DiEdwards, Weinberg & Nicholson, LLP takes pleasure in announcing that Tara R. Di Luca has become a member of the firm January 1, 2019.
Congratulations to Richard Nicholson on his most recent defense verdict! This Rockland County venued matter involved the alleged failure to timely diagnose a meningioma brain tumor in a then 9-year-old male. Plaintiffs claimed that the defendants failed to appreciate the signs/symptoms of an evolving brain tumor and negligently referred the infant-plaintiff for an Electroencephalography study as opposed […]
The New York Appellate Division, Second Judicial Department found that a ureteral stent was not a “foreign object” for purposes of medical malpractice statute and thus, action should have been dismissed as time-barred. The denial of summary judgment was reversed on these grounds. Angela M Ribaudo represented the appellant.
Samantha Quinn achieved a resounding victory in the Appellate Division’s First Department as the justices upheld the previously issued summary judgment. Ms. Quinn was able to conclusively show that no proximate cause was proven and unsupported hindsight was insufficient to create an issue of fact.
Carl Weinberg was victorious yet again, securing a defense verdict today in a case involving an alleged failure to adjust a ventilator and transfer a newborn for high frequency oscillatory ventilation causing pneumothorax and wrongful death in 25 week old premature infant. This was Mr. Weinberg’s second defense verdict in as many weeks. The plaintiff was […]
The Schiavetti firm started the year off in impressive fashion, notching three consecutive victories. Maureen Arciero achieved a defense verdict in a case where there was an alleged failure to properly treat and care for a 69 year old resident, resulting in the development of pressure ulcers warranting hospitalization, multiple debridements, sepsis and death. Following Ms. Arciero’s […]
David Sisskind secured a defense verdict today in a case involving alleged negligent failure to appreciate a post-operative bleed and failure to identify and remove a laparotomy sponge. The plaintiff was represented by Michael Noonan Esq.
John Corgan secured yet another defense verdict today in a case involving alleged ER negligence, which resulted in an infection, pain and suffering for the patient. The plaintiff was represented by Stuart Lang Esq.
Eric Mishara emerged victorious from the Rockland County courthouse today after successfully attaining a defense verdict in a case involving an alleged failure to diagnose and treat a pulmonary embolism that resulted in the death of the patient. The plaintiff was represented by David Kates Esq.
Richard Nicholson earned yet another victory today after successfully attaining a defense verdict in a case involving an alleged failure to timely perform an endoscopy and to timely diagnose and treat a gastrointestinal bleed. The plaintiff was represented by Bruce Ressler Esq.