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Newburgh Rear-End Collision Leads to Judgment Against Defendant as a Matter of Law

By Dupée & Monroe, P.C. |

In the case of Garry and Diane Fowler v. Batiste Tucker and Omar and Mary Stringfield, we represented the Fowlers, who were injured in a three-car collision on Route 17K in the Town of Newburgh. Our clients were heading west on Route 17K, and the defendants were heading east. The Stringfields had stopped on… Read More »

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Barnes and Noble premises liability

Brooklyn Premises Liability Lawsuit Survives Defendant's Motion for Summary Judgment

By Dupée & Monroe, P.C. |

A recent decision in the Supreme Court, Kings County serves as a reminder of the facts which must be proven or refuted in a premises liability case, including when the property was last inspected before the personal injury accident occurred. In the latest phase of litigation that has been ongoing since 2009, the judge… Read More »

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Civl Rights

New York City Civil Rights Case Lives to Fight Another Day

By Dupée & Monroe, P.C. |

The case of Lino v. City of New York, once dismissed by the court before trial, has been reinstated by the court’s appellate level, keeping hope alive that the plaintiffs may yet be able to put an end to a daily practice of the NYPD that is infringing on the civil rights of hundreds… Read More »

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