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#41
$________ RECOVERY Landlord liability - Hazardous premises - Presence of lead - Lead poisoning in minor.
Western Division Housing Court, Massachusetts (48783)
#42
$________ INCLUDING $________ PUNITIVE AWARD - Landlord Negligence - Lead Paint - Lead Exposure - Lead Poisoning - Medical Malpractice - Pediatric Malpractice - Delayed diagnosis of lead exposure in infant ________ - Negligence by landlord in failing to remove lead from apartment infant ________ lived in - Cognitive deficits - Deficits in visual attention and problem solving.
Bronx County (48579)
#43
$________ TOTAL RECOVERY INCLUDING $________ VERDICT AND $________ RECOVERY UNDER HIGH/LOW AGREEMENT WITH SEPARATE ________ - Premises liability by building owner and landlord for negligent repair and/or maintenance leading to lead exposure of minor ________ - Alleged medical malpractice pediatric malpractice for failure to timely test for lead exposure and failure to provide anticipatory guidance and lead risk assessment - Alleged brain damage, cognitive defects, and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder.
Kings County (48884)
#44
$________ VERDICT - MEDICAL MALPRACTICE - PEDIATRIC MALPRACTICE - FAILURE TO PERFORM RISK ASSESSMENT FOR LEAD PAINT EXPOSURE - FAILURE TO GIVE ANTICIPATORY GUIDANCE - LANDLORD NEGLIGENCE - LEAD POISONING TO TWO CHILDREN - DIMINISHED IQ AND COGNITIVE DEFICITS.
New York County (48930)
#45
$________ JUDGMENT ON DEFAULT Child exposed to lead paint - Hyperactivity disorder - ________ landlord defaults and does not contest liability - Hearing on damages only.
Massachusetts (47208)
#46
$________ JUDGMENT ON DEFAULT Child exposed to lead paint - Hyperactivity disorder - ________ landlord defaults and does not contest liability - Hearing on damages only.
Massachusetts (46285)
#47
$________ CONFIDENTIAL RECOVERY Lead paint exposure - Violation of lead paint statute - Ingestion of lead paint by infant living on premises.
Massachusetts (46286)
#48
$________ RECOVERY PLUS WAIVE OF APPROXIMATE $________ WORKER'S COMPENSATION LIEN - ________ FALLS APPROXIMATELY 25 FEET WHEN MAN-LIFT HE IS OPERATING FROM BASKET AT END OF 25-30 FOOT LONG BOOM, TOPPLES UPON ENCOUNTERING UNCOVERED TRENCH - DOMINANT WRIST FRACTURE AND NON-UNION - TIBIAL PLATEAU FRACTURE - FEMORAL CONDYLE FRACTURE - COMPRESSION THORACIC FRACTURE - TALUS FRACTURE - MENISCUS TEAR - OPEN REDUCTION INTERNAL FIXATION - SURGICAL HARDWARE INSTALLATION AND REMOVAL - INABILITY TO WORK - PERMANENT DISABILITY - PROBABLE NEED FOR BILATERAL KNEE REPLACEMENT SURGERY IN FUTURE.
Bronx County (34087)
#49
________ verdict - ________ - Fraud - Each side accused the other of fraud in a real estate deal that went bad
Jefferson (165884)
#50
$________ GROSS VERDICT Failure to remove lead paint from rental home - Lead paint ingestion by minor ________ - Permanent neuro-cognitive deficits.
Philadelphia County (38457)