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$4.1 Million Personal Injury Settlement

Our client suffered severe and permanent injuries as a result of a 2013 car accident caused by a negligent driver. As a result of the impact, our client sustained serious and permanent injuries to his lumbar spine, his bladder, his left foot & shoulder and required multiple, extensive surgeries. Due to the nature of his…

$3.3 Million Settlement

Our client was working on a construction site, making shaft openings when he fell through an unmarked shaft opening and fell 20 feet. Due to falling approximately two stories, our client sustained catastrophic injuries to his lumbar area, right wrist & fingers, right ankle & foot, left knee, and left tibia. These injuries required extensive…

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  • NY1: A Step Closer to Justice for John Ramsey

  • "There is no physical evidence linking John Ramsey to the crime," said Craig Phemister, his attorney from the litigation firm of Napoli Shkolnik PLLC. "He was not even there that night."

Publications

  • Complaint Filed Over Mesh Devices

  • Several individuals have filed a complaint over allegations that a mesh device used in surgeries caused them injury. The suit states that the mesh products are “biologically incompatible with human tissue” and causes inflammation of the pelvic tissue and can contribute to severe, adverse reactions. The client alleges that she has experienced “significant mental and…

  • Knox County in Maine Joins Opioid Litigation

  • Knox County has joined a lawsuit alleging that opioid manufacturers helped create the drug epidemic by pushing doctors to prescribe their painkillers to increase profits even though patients were becoming addicted. Knox has become the 12th county in Maine to join the lawsuits against 28 manufacturers of opioids. County Commissioners voted unanimously  to hire Napoli…

  • Hill Harper Backs John Ramsey’s Exoneration Motion

  • An actor known for his roles on “CSI-NY” and “The Good Doctor” threw his support Friday behind a man who spent 33 years in prison for a murder he says he didn’t commit and is trying to overturn his conviction in the face of new evidence. Hill Harper, 52, appeared at a press conference for…

  • Hill Harper Speaks in Support of John Ramsey

  • John Ramsey, who served 33 years in prison for a crime he says he didn’t commit, filed a motion based on recently discovered documentation pointing to his innocence. At the center of the case is the fact that authorities repeatedly ignored Ramsey’s requests for a report detailing the arrests of two men who fit the…

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Self-Driving Cars and Traffic Safety Concerns

02.20.19 | Personal Injury

We have seen many amazing revolutionary breakthroughs in technology over the last few decades. And there seems to be no sign of it slowing down any time soon. Of all the advances we have seen some of the greatest are demonstrated in our vehicles. From advanced safety features to better comfort controls and enhanced designs…

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Common Tax Related Scams You Should Avoid

02.15.19 | Commercial Litigation & Class Actions

Far too many people have lost millions of dollars as well as their personal information because thy have become victims of the common tax scams that run rampant around this time of the year. Scammers use the regular mail, telephone, or email to set up individuals, businesses, payroll and tax professionals and to get personal information…

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John Ramsey Files Motion for Exoneration

02.12.19 | Napoli Shkolnik News

John Ramsey spent 33 years in prison for a crime he didn’t commit. He and his legal team, including civil rights attorney Craig Phemister, recently filed a motion to prove his innocence. The court papers were filed in Brooklyn Supreme Court and charge that the NYPD and Brooklyn District Attorney withheld exculpatory evidence.

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How to Deal With Another Person’s Insurance Company

02.11.19 | Personal Injury

Many experts would advise you against speaking with the other person’s insurance company. While you do need to call your own car insurance company to report the accident, you are under no obligation to talk to the other driver’s insurance carrier. The best way to deal with the other insurance carrier in most serious car…

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