For an individual catastrophically injured when he was struck by a truck. This matter resolved after long-fought litigation and the start of a trial.
In an infant birth trauma case in Kings County Supreme Court. The settlement negotiated included a payout of $7,000,000.00 to an infant that was brain damaged at and around birth by the malpractice of an OB/GYN. This matter resolved just prior to jury selection.
In an infant birth trauma case in Queens County Supreme Court. The settlement negotiated included a payout of $14,300,000.00 ($5,800,000.00 guaranteed) to an infant that was brain damaged at birth by the malpractice of an OB/GYN and the Hospital. This matter resolved during jury selection against a major metropolitan area hospital.
For the Estate of a man that died as a result of malpractice in Suffolk County.
In a medical malpractice case against New York City Health & Hospitals Corporation, in a difficult medical malpractice case on the eve of trial in the New York Supreme Court, New York County. The settlement was deemed an “exceptional result” by the Honorable Justice Douglas E. McKeon in a decision published by the Court.
In a Wrongful Death Medical Malpractice, Supreme Kings, J. Rosenberg, Settlement during trial.
In a scaffolding accident case in Supreme Court Queens County. After selecting a jury and starting a trial, the defendant’s folded and settled the case involving an injured worker. After jury selection and 2 days of trial, this matter resolved for $1,125,000.00, before Justice Ritholtz, Supreme Court Queens County.
In a highway motor vehicle accident involving a truck and a passenger car, the case was litigated in the Supreme Court Queens County. After winning liability on a Summary Judgment Motion, the defendants’ folded and settled the case involving an injured passenger in the motor vehicle.
A Wrongful Death Medical Malpractice New York Jury Verdict Reporter, May 2001, Sergi v. Tankel et. al. Supreme Kings, J. Hall. At the time of this outcome, Mr. Lambrou was only practicing law for 3 years was only 28 years old. This case included the testimony of 5 medical experts and lasted nearly three weeks.
A Wrongful Death Medical Malpractice To be published in the New York Jury Verdict Reporter, February 2007, Windham v. Lutheran Hospital, Supreme Kings, Judge Rosenberg, Settlement during discovery.
A Wrongful Death Medical Malpractice New York Jury Verdict Reporter, April 2004, Hendricks v. Wein, et.al., Supreme Bronx, J. Katz, Settlement during trial.
Personal Injury Case Slip and Fall, to be published in the New York Jury Verdict Reporter, February 2007, Reed v. Neighborhood Partnership Housing Development Fund Company, Supreme Kings, Judge Donald Scott Kurtz, Settlement immediately prior to jury selection.
Auto Accident, as seen in the New York Jury Verdict Reporter, Stylianou v. Calabrese et. al., Supreme Queens, J. Golia. After a lengthy trial, a Queens County jury returned a verdict in favor of Mr. Lambrou’s client in the amount of $570,000.00 for injuries arising out of a motor vehicle accident. During the course of the trial, the defendant called numerous medical witnesses to testify that the plaintiff’s shoulder injury and resulting surgery were not caused by the subject accident. With only one medical witness, the plaintiff’s treating Orthopedic Surgeon, Mr. Lambrou was able to persuade the jury otherwise and the jury awarded $570,000.00 to the plaintiff. The applicable insurance policy had a $100,000.00 limit and after the appeal was lost, the defendant’s insurance carrier settled the matter for several multiples of the policy limits fearing bad faith litigation.
On January 13, 2011, after nearly two weeks of a hard-fought trial before Justice Lawrence Knippel, that included the testimony of 8 experts, in a case that was turned down by several other attorneys, Mr. Lambrou persuaded a Kings County jury that the medical malpractice of two Internal Medicine doctors was a substantial factor in the death of a 57-year-old morbidly obese smoker of 40 years from lung cancer for their failure to suspect and diagnose her cancer earlier. The jury was persuaded to also award the family $850,000.00, which, with interest, approached $1,000,000.00. After the verdict, the matter settled. Published in the New York Jury Verdict Reporter April 25, 2011. Dragonetti/Cicolello v. Peloro., 2011.
Disclaimer: That results from previous verdicts are not guaranteed in future cases.