A $175,000 settlement was obtained for a local worker hit by a board while loading a truck due to the negligence of the truck owner. Worker sustained injury to the neck that required surgery.
H, C & D secured a $300,000 settlement for a local bicyclist who was hit by a car and sustained a non-permanent head injury.
H, C & D obtained a settlement for a Rensselaer County woman who was hit head-0n by a drunk driver, sustaining a knee injury.
As reported in the Albany Business Review & Times Union: Lionheart Pub back in the hands of original owner, will reopen Lionheart closed temporarily, reverting to original owner
From the Albany Business Review: “It is Mr. Aumand’s hope to either recover the monies that are owed to him, or to take back over the business that he built over the course of 23 years.” – Ryan T. Donovan, Esq. Read more here: Times Union Article Albany Business Review Article
Client Jeanette Jacques was in an automobile accident in Oneonta, NY, in October of 2015. She sustained a neck injury with a recommendation of surgery and a closed head injury, with elements of a mild traumatic brain injury. After being dissatisfied with her original Attorney, she hired Michael Conway of H, C & D. Following …
Michael Gagnon, an Albany Plumber, was injured when he fell from a ladder during the construction of the Homes 2 Hotel off of Wolf Road on December 5th, 2014. Gagnon suffered a torn meniscus in the left knee, which required surgery and may result in the need for a knee replacement in the future. The …
Legionnaires’ survivor: ‘I’m lucky to be alive’
Lawsuits filed following Saratoga Springs Legionnaire’s outbreak By Claire Hughes Published 9:28 pm, Friday, May 12, 2017 Ballston Spa Two lawsuits have been brought in connection with an outbreak of Legionnaire’s disease in Saratoga Springs last fall. The son of Alice Johnson, an 86-year-old woman who died in October after contracting Legionnaire’s disease at the Wesley …