George M. Rosenberg, Esq.

  • A worker in a parking lot run was over by truck, resulting in injuries requiring removal of his spleen and parts of his colon. There were allegations of significant comparative fault of the plaintiff and employer negligence. Plaintiff’s medical bills exceeded $1 million dollars with a life care plan of $10 million.

  • Wrongful death of a 79-year-old man struck by an MTA bus as he was walking in a crosswalk. The bus driver claimed that he was blinded by the sun and that he did not see anyone in the crosswalk. Suit brought by decedent’s 89-year-old surviving spouse.

  • Auto accident wherein plaintiff claimed defendant backed into her while she was parked, causing injury to her neck which required cervical anterior fusion.

  • Auto accident wherein plaintiff sustained severe orbital fractures requiring multiple surgeries.

  • Auto accident involving a big rig which resulted in post concussion syndrome with mood swings and major depression.

  • Pedestrian accident wherein a woman was injured by a bus as she stepped off the curb. Each party claimed that they had the right of way.

  • Numerous auto v. auto collisions resulting in a wide range of injuries or death.


Representatives Cases

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