Slip-and-fall in icy Staten Island driveway results in 250G settlement ...
STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. -- A former Mariners Harbor resident whose ankle fractured when he slipped on ice in his landlord's driveway three years ago, has settled his lawsuit for $255,000, his lawyer said.
Mario Metry, 31, was injured on Jan. 31, 2011, said his attorney, Michael H. Bush of the New Dorp firm Chelli & Bush.
According to Bush, Metry had gone to the Lake Avenue home of his landlords, Giuseppe and Vincenza Taormina, around 7 p.m., to pay rent for the apartment he leased next door....
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Take nothing judgment entered in slip & fall suit against La Morenita Meat Market
A “take nothing” judgment has been entered in litigation brought by Juan Zuniga, who filed a slip-and-fall lawsuit against La Morenita Meat Market.
As previously reported, the suit was filed Feb. 27, 2012, in Jefferson County District Court.
Court records show the plaintiff filed a motion to compel settlement on Feb. 18, asserting that the defendant insists as a condition of fulfilling its settlement an inclusion of proper language release.
The motion asked the court to compel defendant’s counsel to authorize the execution of an appropriate release.
The following month, on March 28, a take nothing judgment was entered in the case, ending all claims, court papers say.
The lawsuit alleged that on Jan. 30, 2011, Zuniga was proceeding into the Port Arthur store when he slipped and fell on a wet substance on the floor.
The suit alleged the defendant knew of the dangerous condition and failed to prevent the plaintiff from being injured.