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  • Partners Levine & Wiss Recover $1.25 Million for Pedestrian Who Was Hit By a Car
    Partners Levine & Wiss Recover $1.25 Million for Pedestrian Who Was Hit By a Car

    We Helped an Injured Pedestrian Hold a Reckless Driver Accountable for her Actions Our partners, Scott Wiss and Joel Levine recently scored a major victory on behalf of a client who was struck by a ...

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  • Verdict Search Names Levine and Wiss, PLLC in New York's Top Verdicts & Settlements for the 10th Consecutive Year
    Verdict Search Names Levine and Wiss, PLLC in New York's Top Verdicts & Settlements for the 10th Consecutive Year

    Every year Verdict Search compiles a list of the largest verdicts and settlements achieved by personal injury attorneys in New York. At Levine and Wiss, PLLC, we are pleased to announce that we have ...

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  • What Is the Difference Between Economic and Non-Economic Damages?
    What Is the Difference Between Economic and Non-Economic Damages?

    In personal injury cases, the injured party—the plaintiff—is often looking to seek compensation for the damages they have sustained. While they understand exactly what this means in terms of simply ...

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  • Settlement vs. Trial
    Settlement vs. Trial

    In a personal injury case, the ultimate goal for the plaintiff is to seek compensation and justice. When it comes to compensation, there are a number of avenues that the party can take to accomplish ...

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  • Injuries Caused by Defective Fireworks
    Injuries Caused by Defective Fireworks

    Despite Independence Day being just one day, there are plenty of people who want to use fireworks to celebrate for many weeks. Regardless of legality, people are using fireworks, sometimes without any ...

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  • Understanding Comparative Negligence In New York
    Understanding Comparative Negligence In New York

    To many, personal injury cases appear to be cut-and-dry. They feel as though if a person is responsible for an injury, they are 100% at fault and compensation should be awarded as such. This isn’t ...

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